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The COVID-19 pandemic changed how we build homes.  “Over the years, we’ve done everything from custom homes to smaller jobs and remodels,” said Scott Brown, who has been … more
The former Northwest Treatment Center on Julie Lane has been purchased by Trinity Bible Church Pastor Doug Siggins and his wife, Lisa, for use as a family home. NWTC was originally a … more
It was this time a couple years ago when the world, and Powell along with it, found itself in the throes of a pandemic. With so many people out of work and everyone facing an uncertain future, the … more
Local resident Jerry Rodriguez is working hard this spring to install a geothermal heating system in his home so he doesn’t have to work hard next winter chopping … more
A Cody man found guilty of aggravated assault and battery with a vehicle in an October 2020 wreck was sentenced to 10 to 12 years in prison, following the testimonies of many friends and family … more
The Powell Valley Healthcare Board of Directors appointed Chris Cox to fill an open position on the two boards that oversee PVHC and its facilities.  Cox, one of three applicants to the … more
The Powell Valley Hospital District Board of Directors voted Monday to pass on two bids it received for an ambulance garage project, after the bids came in well over the budget for the … more
The Northwest College Foundation Board of Directors elected a new slate of officers and new directors at its Wednesday, Feb. 2, meeting.  The officers include Shawn Warner of Powell as … more
The inaugrual Powell American Legion Cornhole tournament, held at Heart Mountain Hall at the Park County Fairgrounds last weekend, drew hundreds of participants of all skill levels and … more
One by one, as Wyoming experts approached the podium at April’s Wyoming Game and Fish Commission meeting, it became apparent attempts to battle chronic wasting disease in the state are going to … more
Powell-Shoshone students recently competed in the FFA State Convention in Cheyenne. At the convention April 6-9, Powell-Shoshone FFA was recognized as a chapter of innovation for strengthening … more
In the wake of a change in state law, AirMedCare Network is once again offering memberships to help Wyoming residents pay for emergency air ambulance services. Park County legislators and … more
After a long pause due to the pandemic, The Piatigorsky Foundation tours of Wyoming are officially back in person, with two tours taking place this spring. The Piatigorsky Foundation works to … more
Starting next month and continuing through the summer, the Meeteetse Museums hopes to gather oral histories of the region’s ranches. “We are seeking any and all stories about ranches … more
StatePoint — Want to make some serious exterior home upgrades that improve your safety and comfort, add beauty to your home and deliver a return on your investment? Here are five projects that … more
Wyoming students fared better on standardized tests than peers in other states during the pandemic, possibly because they received more in-person schooling, a new study of 11 states … more
Parents who say their daughters were victims in a blackmail case involving a Burns High School student say the school district has been slow to respond to the incident, keeping the student in classes … more
GILLETTE (WNE) — If April showers are meant to bring May flowers, what do April blizzards bring? This past weekend’s snowstorm was one of historic proportions, with Saturday having the … more
Family Features — When temperatures creep up again, it signals time for an annual tradition: spring cleaning. While big projects like windows are hard to overlook, don’t forget smaller … more
Family Features — A home design that blends multiple elements seamlessly can be both inviting and visually interesting. If you’re planning to upgrade your living space in 2022, consider … more
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