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When Justine Larsen started losing the use of her hand, she drew. The artwork she created is featured in the exhibit “Birds, Bees, & Beasts: Pen and Inks of the Pandemic,” on display … more
The Wyoming Association of Sheriffs and Chiefs of Police is encouraging residents to install a blue light bulb on their porches to support police. Project Blue Light is a nationwide display of … more
This weekend, the Meeteetse Museums invites the public to join its annual tour of the historic mining town of Kirwin. For guests unfamiliar with the ghost town, museum staff will lead a Saturday … more
On Monday evening, Buffalo Bill State Park officials will discuss their plans to construct new, temporary campsites on the South Fork side of the Buffalo Bill Reservoir. The public meeting is set to … more
Fires are now banned on all Wyoming Game and Fish Commission-owned and administered lands within the Big Horn Basin. Locations include Yellowtail Wildlife Habitat Management Area (WHMA) near … more
Shoshone National Forest officials will hold a community meeting at the Wapiti Fire Hall from 6-7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 11. The purpose of the meeting is to inform community members, recreation … more
A state of Wyoming veterans service officer from the Wyoming Veterans Commission will conduct community outreach services around the Big Horn Basin this month. That includes a Monday stop in Powell, … more
After passing thousands of dollars worth of bad checks to businesses around northern Wyoming — including some stolen from his mother and grandmother — a Lovell man is headed back to … more
After COVID-19 crippled last year’s Park County Fair, local residents were apparently eager to return. Last week’s fair drew sizable crowds and went well, said County Buildings and … more
As tourists pour into Park County, Buffalo Bill State Park administrators saw an opportunity to add some much-needed RV campsites using leftover CARES Act cash. But when they decided to install 40 … more
JACKSON (WNE) — After a two-month investigation, Yellowstone National Park rangers believe they have identified the woman who approached and photographed a mother grizzly bear and her cubs … more
While always encouraging visitation to America’s first national park, Yellowstone Superintendent Cam Sholly has also been looking for ways to ensure wildlife and the landscapes aren’t … more
The Powell Police Department is warning community members to be on the lookout for phone scams, saying elderly residents in particular are falling prey to scammers. In a Facebook post, Powell … more
Wyoming’s Unclaimed Property Division of the State Treasurer’s Office paid out a record $7.423 million to current and former state residents in the fiscal year that ended June 30. The … more
Local children are invited to find a pole and register for the Buffalo Bill Youth Fishing Derby, which is being held from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday. Kids ages 1 to 13 can participate in the free … more
Plein Air in the Parks will pair talented artists with beautiful locations as the competition returns to Cody this fall. The annual painting and drawing competition will take place at Buffalo Bill … more
A Wyoming-based public company plans to build a 640-acre solar farm east of Riverton.  The project will require 300 full-time construction workers for two years as well as 25 technicians, … more
State Health Officer Dr. Alexia Harrist is recommending vaccinated residents in areas with moderate to high COVID-19 transmission wear face masks in indoor public settings, she told the Star-Tribune … more
Sam Mihara spent three awful years incarcerated at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center during World War II, among the tens of thousands of Japanese Americans confined to prison camps by suspicious … more
Having retired from a long career at Northwest College, Dennis Brophy’s plans last fall included traveling, funding new scholarships and visiting family members. “My family and I were … more
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