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After 22 years of megadrought, the ability for Glen Canyon Dam to generate electricity in the coming year is uncertain. The dam may be a long way from Powell, but the city gets a small amount of its … more
A meeting on the Bighorn River Blueway Trail in Lovell last week marked the beginning of renewed attempts to market the Big Horn Basin’s recreational opportunities and provide visitors and … more
After watching residents line Lovell’s main street to welcome home the remains of Vietnam War veteran 1st Lt. Ray Krogman, Tim Beck was struck with a thought. “There’s people … more
Wyoming will soon start receiving millions of dollars in National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) formula funds to help develop charging stations and other electric vehicle infrastructure … more
Local photographers of all ages are invited to submit images for the annual Gib Mathers Photography Contest.  The contest was founded by the Friends of the Powell Library in partnership with … more
CHEYENNE (WNE) — More than 2,000 employees were affected when the software that Cheyenne Regional Medical Center and its overall health system uses for timekeeping and processing payroll was … more
In perhaps Gov. Mark Gordon’s final action regarding bills that passed the state Legislature during its recently completed budget session, he vetoed some legislation Friday and allowed others … more
Raising money to fight cancer, seven Powell volunteer firefighters joined more than 2,000 firefighters from across the country and around the world in successfully climbing Seattle’s Columbia … more
Two Powell lawmakers are set to face off in August’s Republican primary election, with Rep. Dan Laursen challenging Sen. R.J. Kost to represent Senate District 19. After serving in the state … more
While Sharon Bryant, mother of the late Berry Bryant, took the podium Sunday, a tear rolled down Mandy Williams’ face. She stood arm-and-arm with Northwest College President Lisa Watson, backs … more
With funding being limited last year, the Wyoming State Loan and Investment Board didn’t offer any mineral royalty grants. That was “kind of a big hit,” said Payton Allerheiligen of … more
It’s been another dry year for the Big Horn Basin, but it does appear the area will have enough water storage for the irrigation season. The low amount of storage at Buffalo Bill Reservoir … more
On a recent trip to Cody, Powell High School senior Jace Bohlman was perusing the plant section when he noticed the store had a huge problem with identifications. The store, which he didn’t … more
At the Nelson Performing Arts Center next week, Powell High School’s Acting 2 class will perform in “Almost, Maine.” This semester marks the second time that Acting 2 — a … more
Sunlight Photographics has been one of the oldest businesses on Bent Street, opening its doors in 1979. At the time, it was located at Bent Street and Second Street, but the business eventually moved … more
There’s a lot that goes into planting and maintaining a garden, and it can be quite troubling to find leaves with half moon shapes eaten out of them. There are a few insects that munch on … more
Backyard chickens are growing in popularity but it might be hard to find someone who loves their chickens more than Jane Claar. “I just wanted to be able to have pets and they’re good … more
A Powell woman is heading to prison after driving under the influence of narcotics with her infant in the backseat. Mallory E. Smith recently accepted a three- to five-year prison sentence as part … more
After the overwhelming response to last year’s event, the Northwest College Foundation will again host NWC Giving Day on Thursday, March 31.   During last year’s 24-hour giving … more
While it’s common knowledge that agriculture plays a big role in the Park County and Big Horn Basin economies, quantifying that role is difficult. As Park County commissioners embark on a … more
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