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The Wyoming Game and Fish Department captured an adult male grizzly bear in the Pinedale area last week, relocating it to the Mormon Creek drainage, approximately 5 miles from the East Entrance of … more
Beginning Saturday, people can apply to win the opportunity to snowmobile in Yellowstone National Park without a commercial guide this coming winter. Authorized in 2013, the Non-commercially … more
Are you running out of activities while self-isolating with your friends and family? Officials at Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area say they may have a solution. Bighorn Canyon is again … more
Mark Jenkins, critically acclaimed author and internationally recognized journalist, joined Wyoming Humanities as its inaugural Resident Scholar in July. A contributing writer for National … more
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will open the bighorn sheep hunting season beginning Saturday, Aug. 1 and running through Aug. 31 in the Owl Creek drainage portion of Bighorn Sheep Hunt Area … more
From 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at the Cody Country Art League, artist Ron Rogers will offer a drawing class on composition with value, structure and perspective. This class is designed with easy … more
SHERIDAN (WNE) — The Longmire Foundation has canceled in-person activities for the ninth annual Longmire Days in favor of a virtual event, scheduled for August. In past years, the event has … more
Heart Mountain Interpretive Center will take part in a new national event, “America’s Summer Roadtrip,” on Saturday. The online broadcast, created and hosted by The Pursuit of … more
Residents and businesses in a significant chunk of Powell will lose electricity for roughly an hour and a half — from 6 a.m. to 7:30 a.m. — on Wednesday morning. City officials plan to … more
Following a surge in late June, the number of active cases of COVID-19 in Park County has continued to drop. As of Sunday morning, there were 18 people with active infections, according to Park … more
Going into the 2020 Junior Livestock Sale, no one quite knew what to expect. “We came in unknowing, with a lot of changes and a lot of concerns and in the middle of a pandemic and in the … more
A decision by the Park County Clerk’s Office to eliminate several rural polling places for this year’s elections is proving unpopular with some voters and officials. Two citizens … more
Heath Streeter is challenging Powell City Councilwoman Lesli Spencer, but Streeter said he didn’t put his name in out of any dissatisfaction with her performance on the council. … more
Lesli Spencer was appointed to the Powell City Council in 2015, elected to a full four-year term the following year and is now seeking re-election for a second term. The Ward 3 council member is … more
The Wyoming Department of Agriculture is faulting a helicopter pilot who mistakenly leaked herbicides onto multiple properties in the Willwood area last year. Pilot Andrew Paulson was contracted … more
Wyoming Food Bank of the Rockies has scheduled multiple mobile pantries across the state to help alleviate the food insecurity brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, including one in Powell on … more
Students from 14 states and six countries were among the 208 who graduated from Northwest College in May. Northwest College is a two-year, residential college offering transfer programs based upon … more
Visitors to the University of Wyoming campus and other UW-owned facilities are required to wear face coverings, the university’s Board of Trustees decided last week. On July 16, the board … more
Park County Search and Rescue is hosting an open house from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday at the unit’s new building in Cody. The street in front of the hall, located at 721 15th St., will be … more
If you unexpectedly receive any seeds in the mail, don’t plant them, authorities say. The Wyoming Department of Agriculture said it’s received reports of people receiving seeds from … more
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