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Hospitals in northern Wyoming and southern Montana are being strained by the recent surge in cases of COVID-19, public health officials say, with it becoming harder to find available beds. Park … more
Powell Middle School has been named a National Blue Ribbon School, considered the highest honor an American school can achieve. “Powell Middle School is one of only five middle schools in … more
As two final teams lined up along baselines for the National Anthem, emotions were running high. But there were technical issues and the recording wouldn’t work. So organizers and players … more
Dozens of residents gathered in Cody on Saturday to rally against the mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations proposed by President Joe Biden’s administration. “This is all about … more
The Northwest College Board of Trustees voted Monday to leave COVID-19 response measures in the hands of the college’s administration, which would allow more nimble responses as the spread of … more
Terry Cronin always tries to look at the bright side. And he still has his sense of humor, despite having major portions of his feet amputated after a horrific workplace accident in … more
A 27-year-old Powell man remained hospitalized in Billings on Wednesday, after suffering severe injuries in a Sunday evening crash outside Ralston. Tyler England was ejected from his truck in the … more
When the gavel dropped on the final piece of artwork at the 40th annual Buffalo Bill Art Show & Sale, nearly $1.18 million worth of art had been sold. The Buffalo Bill Art Show & Sale … more
As part of an educational program, the Meeteetse Museums will soon butcher a cow bison with stone tools. The project is a type of “experimental archaeology” and its purpose is to … more
The Battles of Warriors Bulls and Broncs charity rodeo is scheduled for Saturday in Thermopolis. The event will benefit Jordan and Drisana Mann of Cody and Tom and Lori Olson of … more
With September being Archaeology Awareness Month in Wyoming, the Shoshone National Forest, Meeteetse Museums, and National Bighorn Sheep Center are working together to map trees with bighorn sheep … more
The body of a 67-year-old man was found along the shore of one of Yellowstone National Park’s backcountry lakes on Monday, and park officials say another man remains missing. The two men … more
It’s getting significantly more expensive to camp at the Park County Fairgrounds for an extended period of time. Earlier this month, county commissioners did away with weekly and monthly … more
Weather extremes in northwest Wyoming can run from blistering heat to bone-chilling cold. It’s hard on the residents, but it can also take a toll on their likenesses. The Buffalo Bill Center … more
A trial has been delayed for a Cody man and woman who stand accused of fatally abusing a 2-year-old child earlier this year. Moshe Williams, 30, and Carolyn Aune, 28, each face a count of … more
Northwest College has secured funding for the final phase of planning for a new student center and is now beginning to discuss the possibility of construction. In August, the state approved $1 … more
Citing updated population estimates of more than 1,000 grizzly bears in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, the State of Wyoming is once again seeking to manage grizzly bears. At a Thursday press … more
Earlier this month, Shelley and Jeff Hill took over Rayven’s Flowers and Gifts, renaming it Hillside Floral. It was a case of things just falling into place.  Former owner Rayven Moore … more
On Saturday morning, the Bureau of Land Management will partner with the community at the Hogan and Luce Recreation Site north of Cody to celebrate National Public Lands Day.  … more
The Wyoming Arts Council and State Parks recently announced the winners from two Plein Air in the Parks events. The first event was held Aug. 26-29 at the Wyoming Territorial Prison State Historic … more
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