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Outstanding performers from the Showalter Memorial Music Festival will present a concert at 4 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 8, in the Nelson Performing Arts Center Auditorium at Northwest College. The … more
The SinClair Gallery at Northwest College will soon feature an exhibit titled “Moth to the Flame” that will showcase a small group of paintings by alumna Kelly Hartman. The artist’s … more
The Wild West Players will hold auditions Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, Feb. 3, 4 and 5, for the community theatre production of the children’s play “Stone Soup” coming up this … more
EVANSTON (WNE) — The Uinta County Commission chambers were again full for a regular meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 21, when commissioners voted unanimously to authorize the sale of approximately 63 … more
A State of Wyoming veterans service officer from the Wyoming Veterans Commission will travel around the Big Horn Basin throughout February. Tami Hartnett, who is based in Cody, is available to … more
The University of Wyoming Extension is offering several classes to obtain or renew private pesticide applicator licenses in Powell, Lovell, Cody and Basin. The four-hour classes include integrated … more
A 43-year-old woman was bitten by a coyote while cross-country skiing in Yellowstone National Park Tuesday morning. Park officials say the woman, who was skiing on the Grand Loop Road near the … more
Federal disaster assistance to sugar beet growers whose crops were impacted by the 2019 harvest freeze is still not finalized. Growers in the Western Sugar Cooperative’s four-state region … more
Shortly after being named the country’s most popular governor among his Wyoming constituents, Mark Gordon took the stage and announced his agreement that climate change is the … more
Efforts to reduce the number of wildlife vehicle collisions by dropping speed limits aren’t paying off as expected, according to a new study. The problem? People aren’t obeying the … more
Local lawmakers have several favored pieces of legislation and issues they plan to explore in the coming legislative session, ranging from tweaking virtual education to making it easier to sue the … more
State representatives for districts that cover Powell and the surrounding area held a town hall meeting Wednesday to present some bills they’re working on and take questions from members of the … more
When readers see Linda Crichton’s new book, it may be the title that draws a second look. Named “Dragons, Cowboys, and Other Mythical Creatures,” there’s a wide array of … more
You’ve never jumped into frigid Wyoming waters in the middle of winter? Well, Special Olympics Wyoming wants to help you change that this year. The Powell Police Department and local Special … more
More than 100 residents gathered Saturday at Washington Park to take a stand for life, calling abortion evil. “No other word will do,” said Shane Legler, a pastor who led the Stand for … more
With a handful of novel coronavirus cases now reported in the United States, the Wyoming Department of Health says it’s closely monitoring the situation and sharing recommendations with Wyoming … more
A longtime trooper with the Montana and Wyoming highway patrols has joined the Park County Sheriff’s Office as a detention deputy. Allen Cooper joined the sheriff’s office earlier this … more
Local residents are invited to join Northwest College music students and faculty for an honors recital, featuring music students from fall 2019 who will perform their solo repertoire. The concert … more
The American Legion, the nation’s largest veterans organization, is inviting Powell community members to join them in sponsoring young men to attend The American Legion’s Boys State this … more
LARAMIE (WNE) — The University of Wyoming’s trustees are hoping to have a new president selected by the end of February. During the trustees’ meeting Friday, search committee … more
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