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A horde of zombies will rise from their graves Friday night and … break into dance? At 5 p.m., two dozen undead-looking members of Victoria’s School of Dance will amass at the … more
When a veteran of the U.S. military dies, they are entitled to a funeral with military honors. A bugler plays taps, an American flag is folded and presented to the veteran’s family and, if the … more
Being labeled as a RINO, or a Republican In Name Only, has long been an insult for party members who are accused of being too liberal. But these days, state Sen. R.J. Kost, R-Powell, says … more
Two Cody area anglers recently received prizes for catching and reporting tagged trout in local waters. As part of a research effort to study trout populations in Buffalo Bill Reservoir and North … more
PINEDALE (WNE) — A man who was sentenced on felony drug charges in July allegedly violated his unsupervised probation earlier this month after he was caught for drugs. The man was arrested … more
JACKSON (WNE) — Search teams found the body of missing 26-year-old Jared Hembree in Grand Teton National Park on Sunday, according to a National Park Service news release. Searchers had been … more
The first month of legalized sports betting in Wyoming wrapped up only a few weeks ago, but the state’s gaming commission is already anticipating expansion in the near future. DraftKings and … more
Federal prosecutors are pursuing a series of interconnected cases against four people alleged to have brought a substantial amount of methamphetamine into the Cody area earlier this year. But … more
An effort that’s saved hundreds of thousands of fish from local canals began with a fisherman with a big heart accompanying a ditch rider on the Cody Canal.  Bob Capron, one of the five … more
Starting around the spring of 2020, the Big Horn Basin housing market began heating up. The sudden uptick in housing sales at a time COVID was creating a lot of economic uncertainty was a welcome … more
With the area’s sugar beet harvest rolling past the halfway point, little crop damage was registered from a brief dip to temperatures below freezing in the last week. Moisture from rain and … more
As part of the Vining Substation renovation, the City of Powell will cut off power to all customers for two nights next week. The first outage will begin on Thursday, Oct. 28 at 11 p.m. and is … more
Russell Schwarz started knocking on Beryl and Winston Churchill’s door years ago, inquiring about a 1950s travel trailer seemingly discarded on their Powell property. Encased in a tangle of … more
A Colorado man is in custody after he allegedly walked out of the Cody Walmart with a backpack full of stolen iPhones. Noah J. Douglass-Wiley, a 24-year-old Colorado Springs resident, has been … more
Although the overall number of people infected with COVID-19 is dropping in Park County, local hospitals are currently treating more patients for the disease than at any other point in the pandemic. … more
As a construction crew took cabinets down in the Home Ec Cottage, they found a small locket with a photograph of two kids. It didn’t take long for the locket to be returned to its original … more
The Home Ec Cottage is becoming the new home base for Powell schools’ special education staff. Renovations are underway on the nearly 70-year-old building, which will house a dozen staff … more
When Kate Birmingham looks at the cracked stucco, fading pink exterior walls of one of Mormon Row’s trademark relic residences, it’s easy for her to imagine the home’s … more
If Yellowstone National Park felt more crowded than usual this year, it wasn’t just your imagination. According to numbers released by the National Park Service last week, the park has already … more
Powell police are encouraging community members to dispose of their leftover prescription medications on Saturday. From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., residents can simply walk into the police department at … more
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