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One year ago, The Episcopal Church of Wyoming granted $1 million to be used by congregations across the state to help offset the negative impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. St. John’s in Powell … more
As natural and organic marketing opportunities continue to grow, beef producers are challenged to maintain herd health while minimizing the use of antibiotics. Maximizing the herd’s immune … more
Gov. Mark Gordon signed an executive order on Sept. 22 to allow motor carriers hauling hay in Wyoming to operate outside of regular operating hours and carry larger loads.  “Widespread … more
A Campbell County commissioner said he does not believe the Campbell County Public Library should receive funding from the county. Commissioner Del Shelstad made the comment during a meeting … more
JACKSON (WNE) — Record visitor numbers drove Jackson Hole Fire/EMS to its limits this summer as the department saw its busiest summer on record. Chief Brady Hansen said he’ll be … more
Training for those seeking new commercial pesticide applicator licenses is being offered online by the University of Wyoming Extension in December. The Zoom training is Tuesday, Dec. 7-Friday, … more
Producers of fall-planted crops have until today (Thursday) to apply for crop insurance coverage for the 2022 crop year. Current policyholders who wish to make changes to their existing coverage also … more
The Wyoming Beef Council is marking its 50th anniversary this year.  In 1971, the Wyoming Legislature approved a statute authorizing the Wyoming Beef Council. The intent of the act was to … more
Across the country, outdoor enthusiasts volunteered for conservation projects on public lands and spent time seeking opportunities in the country’s outdoor gems on a perfect fall Saturday for … more
A Park County Republican Party official who sent an obscene message to a state lawmaker about vaccine mandates has apologized for language he used. However, the Powell resident says he will not … more
Over the coming weeks, drivers will experience some construction work as they travel through Powell. Thanks to cooperative weather, a contractor began replacing and repairing concrete slabs Monday … more
Former state Rep. Alan Jones of Powell died early Sunday morning at Powell Valley Hospital. The former longtime owner of Dick Jones Trucking Co. of Powell was 79. His nine-and-a-half years of … more
Yellowstone National Park wolf biologists report that the park’s Junction Butte Pack (27 wolves) lost three wolves to Montana hunters during the first week of Montana’s wolf hunting … more
Bob Hawkins of Greybull has been selected as the Wyoming Aviation Hall of Fame’s inductee for 2021. For more than 50 years, Hawkins operated many types of fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters … more
An upcoming presentation at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West will highlight the wide variety of mammals found in Philippine Islands. Lawrence R. Heaney, the Negaunee Curator of Mammals at … more
Shoshone National Forest firefighters are currently responding to a new fire in the Clocktower area in the North Fork Shoshone River drainage.  The 2-acre fire was reported late in the afternoon … more
The Bureau of Land Management plans to soon begin gathering wild horses from the Great Divide Basin, Adobe Town, Salt Wells Creek, White Mountain and Little Colorado Herd Management Areas (HMAs) in … more
A wider swath of Wyomingites is now eligible for Pfizer COVID-19 booster shots after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention authorized the additional inoculations.  The Wyoming … more
GILLETTE (WNE) — A 64-year-old Campbell County man is out $150,000 from scams involving transactions that masqueraded as federal debt relief programs. He told Campbell County Sheriff’s … more
JACKSON (WNE) — A Wilson man went to the hospital after being knocked down by a moose on the bike path northeast of Wilson Elementary School, according to the Wyoming Game and Fish … more
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