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Wyoming is prepared to challenge a federal vaccine mandate in court, Gov. Mark Gordon declared in a statement Thursday. President Joe Biden Thursday announced sweeping new policies that require … more
A pair of Powell police officers have been honored for helping to save the life of a local resident this summer. At a Sept. 7 Powell City Council meeting, Officers Kevin Bennett and Ryan Davis … more
Powell Valley Healthcare is making a major software transition for its electronic health record (EHR) system, which handles clinical documentation and billing. PVHC previously used software from … more
It was Sept. 10, 1946, that Northwest College officially began holding classes. At the time it had 100 full- and part-time students, and only three instructors. Its classrooms were borrowed from the … more
Powell Panthers will celebrate Homecoming this week with a variety of activities, culminating with Friday night’s football game. Throughout the week, Powell High School students are donning … more
Identifying herself as a traveling nurse on her last day in Powell, Suzanne Ackerman approached Homesteader Museum Executive Director Brandi Wright during the museum’s Homesteader Days pie sale … more
Emergency personnel teamed up last week to assist and evacuate an 84-year-old fisherman who was injured in a fall along a river west of Cody. It was around 3:36 p.m. Thursday that the … more
Cheryl O’Brien will visit the Powell Library next week to discuss her book about the prisoner of war camps that were set up in Wyoming amid World War II. “World War II POW Camps of … more
A prestigous group of panelists will discuss the value and the future of America’s two-party political system at an upcoming event in Cody. Hosted by the local group Wyoming Rising, the free … more
Western wildfires are spreading farther. They’re burning hotter. And now they’re climbing higher. Between 1984 and 2017, high-elevation fires saw a median altitude increase of more … more
Cheyenne attorney Harriet Hageman announced her candidacy Thursday for Wyoming’s lone seat in the U.S. House of Representatives, launching her bid to oust current Rep. Liz Cheney, … more
A veterans service officer from the Wyoming Veterans Commission will visit Powell next week. Brad Cline is available to meet with veterans and their families to discuss state and federal … more
A member of the Park County Fair Advisory Board was mistaken when she charged that a pig was mistreated at one of the fair’s market shows, people involved with the event … more
As COVID-19 cases create time-consuming burdens in local schools, several temporary employees will be hired to provide some relief for staff in Park County School District 1. During a special … more
An outbreak of COVID-19 cases at the Powell Valley Care Center has affected 11 residents over the past week. However, as of Tuesday, none of the affected residents were experiencing symptoms … more
Twenty years after terrorists launched a series of attacks on the United States, citizens of Powell will gather to honor and remember those killed on Sept. 11, 2001. Beginning at 5:30 p.m. … more
The Powell City Council approved the sale of a sliver of land along Coulter Avenue, which makes a Dairy Queen in Powell one step closer to reality.  The council approved a sale price of … more
The number of people infected with COVID-19 in Park County continues to rise. As of Wednesday, there were 214 confirmed and probable active cases of the disease within the county, up from 160 such … more
As folks flocked to the Cabre Building on the Northwest College campus Tuesday night, retired professor Rob Koelling graciously welcomed the groups before they stepped into the Northwest Gallery. … more
Although Polecat Bench is known around the world for its unique geology and fossils, the formation north of Powell may be best known among locals as a popular spot for litterers. “Right now … more
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