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Scott Hecht recently hung a new mezuzah at his home in a ritual performed by his rabbi, Erik Uriarte. Hecht has lived in the home on Lane 9 for more than 25 years and recently retired his existing … more
Every spring and summer, residents across the state burn materials at their residence or property. In addition, some large scale vegetative burns are conducted to promote healthy forests and … more
Gov. Mark Gordon has declared June 13-20 to be Wyoming Craft Beer Week. The governor’s proclamation says craft breweries “play an integral role in their communities and in Wyoming … more
Northwest College’s new, free “NWC Mobile” app is now available to download on smart phones in all app stores. From one place, users can now ask questions of the college’s … more
Lower water levels at Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area slowed the placement of facilities on Bighorn Lake. However, launch levels at Horseshoe Bend reached and surpassed the minimums last … more
RAWLINS (WNE) — Gov. Mark Gordon has announced that up to $12 million of remaining Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act funds will be used on the Energy Rebound Program, … more
Gov. Mark Gordon’s administration has launched a new website that will provide detailed, updated information on drought conditions in Wyoming. The site drought.wyo.gov, provides resources … more
The Bighorn National Forest is seeking proposals for a concessionaire to operate and maintain 30 campgrounds, group camps and associated recreation sites on the forest. The recreation sites are … more
Amid high winds and triple-digit temperatures, wildland fires have exploded in northern Wyoming and southern Montana. Fires are now raging in the Beartooth Range, the Pryor Mountains, the Bighorns … more
A wildfire north of Clark in the Beartooth Mountain Range blew up on Monday, rapidly growing from about 40 acres in the morning to roughly 230 acres by the late afternoon. When it was first … more
The Wyoming Department of Health knows it accidentally published the personal information of 164,000 residents on a public website earlier this year. But it remains a mystery as to whether any bad … more
The Powell City Council gave initial approval last week to a request to change the zoning of a parcel of land on the city’s south side. If the council approves two more readings, the property … more
Each autumn, when the firefighting season came to an end, Tim Hart would return to Cody. As the cottonwoods yellowed and the elk descended from the high country, the smokejumper would head up the … more
The Wyoming Legislature’s Judiciary committee is slated to meet this week (Monday-Wednesday) in Casper. On the agenda is an overview of a bill draft dealing with involuntary hospitalization and … more
In a change, a new virtual school being launched by Park County School District 1 will welcome students in all grades. District leaders initially planned to limit the virtual school to students … more
As dancer Peyton Hamilton walked off the stage, she felt something she had never experienced before. Previously too timid to perform in front of live audiences, Hamilton had just completed a routine … more
Powell High School has released its honor roll for the spring semester, based on students’ weighted grade point averages. more
Sen. R.J. Kost, R-Powell, visited the Powell Senior Center on June 4 to hear what issues were most on the mind of local senior citizens. Kost began by asking what the residents thought about the … more
The University of Wyoming lists 52 students from Park County on the 2021 spring semester academic dean’s and dean’s freshman honor rolls. The honor rolls consist of regularly enrolled … more
The University of Wyoming lists 39 students from Park County on the 2021 spring semester president’s honor roll. The president’s honor roll consists of regularly enrolled … more
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