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After hearing complaints about some contractors getting away with shoddy work, Park County commissioners are considering how they can help protect rural homeowners. On Tuesday, commissioners … more
On Tuesday, Wyoming officially submitted a petition to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to have grizzly bears in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem removed from protections under the Endangered … more
When Dan Jordan saw a huge muley buck walk out of the brushy bottoms a couple hundred yards away, he couldn’t believe his eyes. Then the monster started heading his way.  The 30-inch … more
After serving as Park County’s coroner for nearly two decades, Tim Power plans to retire at the end of his current term, in early 2023. It will be the first time in his career that Power … more
Cases of COVID-19 are continuing to rise in Park County, with the number of local residents actively infected with the disease more than doubling over the past two weeks. However, the number of … more
A group of Powell High School students recently won a statewide award in a STEM contest for an innovative greenhouse project they’re designing, with the prize valued at $6,500. PHS was named … more
The Powell Police Department is again participating in the annual Donate to Insulate fundraiser to support Special Olympics Wyoming and the Wyoming Law Enforcement Torch Run. Powell officers will … more
Melissa Cook walked into the Powell Tribune smiling from ear to ear; from both ears hung miniature versions of her new book, “The Call of the Last Frontier: The True Story of a Woman’s … more
WYDOT announced seemingly uncontroversial plans in late December to use message signs to remind motorists of posted speed limits and the presence of wildlife along the North Fork Highway. But when a … more
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will host two public meetings this month to discuss mule deer management in the Upper Shoshone mule deer herd unit in Park County. The areas of concern include … more
In late November and early December, Wyoming Outdoor Recreation’s six Collaboratives met for their bi-monthly meetings. Organized throughout the state by Wyoming State Parks, Historic Sites, … more
Bible Study Fellowship International is currently holding Bible studies on the book of Matthew. Classes are available for men, women and children, with in-person and virtual options available. The … more
JACKSON (WNE) — As of last week, The New York Times’ coronavirus dashboard showed Teton County leading the nation in daily COVID-19 case rates. With a daily average of 539 cases per … more
Louise Carter-King resigned as the mayor of the City of Gillette last week, two days after apologizing for old text messages that surfaced — including off-color and denigrating language about … more
I-80 eastbound was closed from several directions the afternoon of Jan. 6 due to brutal winter conditions. Truck drivers had to stay in Rock Springs and Green River for up to 27 hours.  Even … more
As 2022 began, about half of Park County is in extreme drought conditions, with the rest in severe drought conditions, according to the North American Drought Monitor.  In the Big Horn Basin, … more
After spending three months on the run, a Cody man wanted on federal drug and escape charges has been apprehended. Philip A. Dobbins was arrested by the U.S. Marshals Service on Wednesday night, at a … more
Powell High School’s art department has done a lot of large scale projects over the years, but its upcoming project poses a particular challenge. This year they have decided to construct a … more
The Reimagining and Innovating the Delivery of Education (RIDE) Advisory Group has begun soliciting input from parents, families, communities and businesses on “how to create the ideal … more
A pair of area artists will be among the recipients of the Wyoming Arts Council’s 2021 Governor’s Arts Award. Wapiti resident James Bama and a representative for Meeteetse photographer … more
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