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JACKSON (WNE) — What started out as a way to monitor travel patterns of Jackson visitors to see if the town was meeting their needs has now become an effective tool for tracking tourism trends … more
The Adventure Cycling Association’s newest route — the 1,374-mile Parks, Peaks, and Prairies Bicycle Route (PPP) —  brings the organization’s total cycling route network … more
LARAMIE (WNE) — The Legislature’s Management Council voted last week to postpone a study of the University of Wyoming’s governance structure until at least 2021. In February, the … more
When animals attack humans in Wyoming, the Game and Fish Department immediately dispatches its Predator Attack Team to assist, investigate and make management decisions. But like many of the … more
Recent rains, combined with warm spring weather that caused snow to melt earlier than normal, have quickly filled Buffalo Bill Reservoir and forced officials to release large quantities of water into … more
For the first time since mid-March, Powell school buildings will open for classes on Monday as summer school begins. Parents and school staff will be screening students for COVID-19 symptoms, … more
Students and teachers will not be required to wear face masks as summer school begins next week, but the decision will be left up to individuals. “Teachers that want to wear a mask will get … more
Dr. Carletta Collins, Powell Valley Healthcare oncologist and hematologist, has a pleasant manner about her. Late for an interview because she was with a patient, she apologizes more than once. … more
A Powell man is facing criminal charges and has been temporarily banned from visiting the Park County Courthouse on his own after repeatedly causing disruptions there. County officials say … more
Compete for a Cause, a talent show and fundraising event, is returning to Cody for a second year. The competition is open to performers of any age and to all talents, with prizes awarded for each … more
No campsites are available at Buffalo Bill State Park and other state parks this weekend due to the continued high demand for outdoor recreation. “With the Fourth landing on a Saturday, we … more
Most facilities at Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area will be open and ready for the public for the Fourth of July weekend. In the north district, the Ok-A-Beh Marina opened last week, … more
If your plans for the Fourth of July holiday include a visit to the Bighorn National Forest, forest officials are offering a few important safety reminders to help ensure your holiday is a safe … more
With fundraising coming along more slowly than hoped, the construction of the “Powell Wall of Honor” has been delayed. The project, led by members of American Legion Hughes-Pittinger … more
Beginning Tuesday, a portion of the Beartooth Highway (U.S. Highway 212) will be closed on weekday nights for construction work. The highway will be closed between milepost 22.8 (just west of … more
TORRINGTON (WNE) — Eastern Wyoming College has been ordered to slash expenses by almost $1.5 million over the next two years. How that’s going to happen is still somewhat up in the … more
The Campbell County Commission has instructed county employees to begin investigating what it would take to withdraw Gillette College from the Northern Wyoming Community College District. “I … more
The director of transportation for a Worland-based beverage company has been named to the Wyoming Transportation Commission. In his new role, Greg Venable will help oversee the Wyoming Department … more
The number of local cases of COVID-19 continued to rise this week, with 11 positive tests announced Tuesday and five more on Wednesday. Tuesday’s total represented largest single-day … more
Park County commissioners plan to maintain their funding for local senior centers, but most of the other outside organizations they typically support — ranging from economic development … more
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