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After nearly two decades without an opponent, Park County Attorney Bryan A. Skoric will face Leda M. Pojman in the upcoming 2022 election. Pojman (R) announced she will file to run for Park County … more
The Northwest College Photography Department is hosting an exhibition of students’ work from their recent field studies trip to the Dominican Republic. An opening reception will be held in the … more
Former President Donald Trump will appear at a May 28 rally in Casper, he announced in a statement Monday.  The city has for months been discussed as a possible site for a Trump rally. But it … more
A teacher’s assistant was arrested April 18 and charged with abuse of a vulnerable adult stemming from an October incident in which she allegedly beat a special education student with an ice … more
Cindy Clancy had successfully moved her spotted saddle horse, Takoda, through several challenges at the Fly’n O Ranch. But the horse wasn’t keen on moving through a large, green tarp … more
Spring rains are helping to quench a thirsty Wyoming, but it’s not quite enough to lift the state out of a drought. On top of high fertilizer and fuel prices, the drought is making 2022 a … more
If proposed salary increases are approved, Park County School District 1 will become one of the top 10 paying school districts in the state. During the board’s April 12 discussion of the … more
High school student Nora Hart was taking a scenic detour home on April 23 — as she often enjoyed doing — when she became distracted by something and rolled her vehicle multiple times at … more
Park County commissioners revoked a previous motion to name a summit after Paul Jackson Pollock after finding out the landmark was on private property. Michigan artist Greg Constantine proposed … more
A charity created to support the Park County Sheriff’s Office and its employees will begin fundraising efforts this spring or summer to pay for projects including public safety improvements and … more
The Wyoming Arts Council is now accepting applications for fellowships in Visual Arts, Performing Arts, Creative Writing, and the Native Art Fellowship. Fellowships are open to Wyoming residents, and … more
The 150th summer season of the world’s first national park kicks off this week. Xanterra Travel Collection, the largest park concessions management company in the United States, will host a … more
After fewer than two hours of deliberation Friday, a Carbon County jury found four Missouri hunters not guilty of trespassing for corner crossing at the Elk Mountain Ranch in 2021. The … more
The 2022 Wyoming Legislature passed several bills that will make changes to the Wyoming Game and Fish Department laws and regulations. Many of these bills have an impact on the public, according to … more
On April 28, 2022, Lovell-based Queen Bee LLC issued a voluntary recall of candy products purchased within the last year. The voluntary recall impacts a variety of honey caramel candy products and … more
In a departure from customary practice, federal water managers have begun increasing the flow of the Snake River from Jackson Lake Dam and plan to maintain that flow consistently throughout the … more
In 1994, former President Bill Clinton passed the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act, often considered the most far-reaching crime law in U.S. history.  The act ended Pell Grants … more
The arrival of spring, when rivers and lakes come alive, signals the start of another fishing season in the Yellowstone area. To stimulate some excitement for the season ahead, the East Yellowstone … more
Many people may have never thought about giving birth in their home or any home. This isn’t the case for midwife Melanie Lennon.  Lennon, who has been in the business of births since … more
In 1919 Jay Curtis’ great-grandfather Jay Bob White quickly exited a train and swam the Wind River in order to get to a plot of land where his home would stand for generations. Not only is … more
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