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The Park County voting machines have been tested more than usual in advance of the November general election.  On Thursday morning, all machines were tested as part of a public test done each … more
A former Blair’s Market employee was arrested Wednesday on charges of felony theft and parole violation after allegedly stealing $1,936.74 from the business.  According to the affidavit … more
Northwest College has a temporary kitchen in place for the next 18 months while a new student center is constructed.  At last week’s Park County commission meeting, commissioners … more
SHERIDAN (WNE) — For more than a century, cheatgrass has plagued native wildlife across the western United States. The invasive weed poses many threats; the most concerning is that it fuels … more
An overabundance of turkeys within Buffalo city limits means pooped-on cars, pecked-on gardens and yards, and waiting at an otherwise empty intersection for the birds to cross the road. Terry … more
CHEYENNE (WNE) — To reduce long lines on Election Day that may discourage people from exercising their right to vote, the ACLU of Wyoming is urging county clerks across the state to continue … more
CASPER — A man who entered the U.S. Capitol during the Jan. 6 riot after traveling from Wyoming to Washington D.C., was sentenced Wednesday to 30 days in jail. A federal judge in Washington … more
Two Northwest College wrestlers were mauled by a grizzly bear while hiking Saturday on the South Fork. Kendell Cummings, a sophomore from Evanston, and Brady Lowry, a redshirt sophomore from Cedar … more
Northwest College is enrolling more students under age 19, even as overall enrollment is falling, as more local high school students take advantage of dual and concurrent enrollment … more
Russell Stafford closed his eyes and nervously searched for the right words to describe the moments leading up to the tragic accident that would haunt him for years to come. Though he served as a … more
A committee consisting of parents, community members and members of the school district will soon be formed to review the school district’s policy regarding censorship of books and other … more
Through community outreach the Powell Police Department strives to be seen as more than patrol cars on city streets. The department recently held three events: Faith and Blue on Friday, the first … more
That cool-down early in the week, with a show of fall? Beet growers loved it. The sugar beet harvest reached the halfway point Tuesday, with 50% of the crop in the Lovell Factory District … more
One of the 11 candidates who had filed to run for school board has dropped out. Aida Polson, who had registered as a candidate for the Park County School District 1 Board of Trustees, has … more
Candidates for Northwest College board of trustees positions will appear in a public panel talk Thursday, Oct. 20 at 6:30 p.m. in Room 70 in the Fagerberg Building. Co-hosting the panel are … more
The Park County Land Use Plan is getting close to a first draft. At last Tuesday’s county commission meeting representatives from land use consultant Clarion spoke with commissioners in … more
The Cody Fire Department assisted Cody Regional Health with hanging its new tree lights for its 28th Annual Love Lights Ceremony on Friday, Dec. 2 from 5-7 p.m. at the Spirit Mountain Hospice … more
CHEYENNE (WNE) — A local man was arrested Monday evening after he allegedly fired several shots at a vehicle downtown, according to a Tuesday news release from the Cheyenne Police … more
CHEYENNE — Interim Secretary of State Karl Allred has moved quickly to request the removal of absentee ballot drop boxes statewide.  Three days after he was sworn into office, he sent a … more
JACKSON (WNE) — A Utah man facing federal property damage charges following what officials believed to be nine years of illegal motorbike races held in Grand Teton National Park was sentenced … more
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