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GILLETTE (WNE) — The Campbell County Public Library has been accused of criminal activity for having books in the teen and children’s section that some deemed inappropriate for teens and … more
The Cody VA Clinic team is scheduling flu clinics for Cody and Powell area veterans enrolled in VA by appointment only. The clinics will run from 1-3:30 p.m. each Thursday and Friday in … more
After declines in five consecutive quarters, total taxable sales in the state expanded 12.1% in the second quarter of 2021 compared with 2020, largely due to the record-breaking boom in tourism at … more
At first, submissions to the Teton County Health Department’s COVID-19 complaint form were helpful. On Sept. 1, for example, an anonymous tipster wrote that Cultivate Cafe didn’t have … more
Prolonged drought conditions, intensified by record-breaking heat, have prompted Wyoming cattle ranchers to either buy supplemental feed at higher-than-normal prices or cull their … more
A 45-year-old hunter was attacked by a grizzly bear on Saturday in the North Fork area west of Cody, the Park County Sheriff’s Office says. The man was later flown to Billings for medical … more
Another five Park County residents died from COVID-19 earlier this month, the Wyoming Department of Health announced Tuesday. The deaths included four men and one woman. One was an older man who … more
In an attempt to supplement a struggling wild population of black-footed ferrets near Meeteetse, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service released 10 males and 10 … more
It’s been a busy year for Tag Thompson. He bought his first tractor, using money he earned from selling his steers. He farmed his first field, signing a contract with Briess Malt & … more
A state panel has picked three possible successors to Park County Circuit Court Judge Bruce Waters, who is retiring in December. On Wednesday, the Judicial Nominating Commission announced it has … more
If Congress fails to reach a budget deal and the federal government shuts down, U.S. Sen. John Barrasso, R-Wyo., says national parks like Yellowstone should remain open. On Tuesday, Barrasso asked … more
September growth is pivotal for the 2021 season within the Western Sugar Cooperative’s Lovell Factory District. And as area growers sail through the early dig, with beets still in the field … more
Fresh out of college in 1951, Shirley Cox joined a new organization in Powell: the American Association of University Women. Earlier this month, Cox met with fellow AAUW members as she has for … more
For years, people have helped themselves to vegetables from Powell’s Community Garden, robbing those who tend the plots of their hard-earned produce — and typically getting away with it. … more
With the Wyoming Department of Agriculture’s Division of Technical Services, Cort Jones performs a lot of different tasks over an area covering about one-fourth of the state of Wyoming. His … more
Sara Wood’s alfalfa field up on Heart Mountain is a noisy jungle, and she’s pretty happy about that. Wood didn’t apply any pesticides. For every harmful insect, she said, there are … more
An autopsy has revealed that hypothermia killed a 67-year-old man who was found dead on the shore of a backcountry lake in Yellowstone National Park. Mark O’Neill, of Chimacum, Washington, … more
Ernie Marsh of Lovell will join some of the finest traditional cowboy artists in Oklahoma City this weekend for the 22nd Annual Traditional Cowboy Arts Exhibition and Sale at the National Cowboy … more
During the summer, Powell Valley Healthcare served a total of 5,053 meals to local youth. The Summer Food Service Program, coordinated by PVHC, provided nutritious meals from June 1 through Aug. 6 … more
In her first time competing in a national cattle judging contest, Hadley Cooper won a top spot. Cooper placed third in the Junior B Division of the cattle judging contest at the 2021 National … more
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