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Forty years ago, a dog named Shep encountered a black-footed ferret in his yard at the Hoggs’ place, on the banks of the Greybull River outside Meeteetse. Thanks to that encounter and John … more
As part of a county-wide, multi-agency impaired driving enforcement operation, the Fremont County DUI Task Force made 858 traffic stops, arrested 20 impaired drivers and made 14 controlled substance … more
Several cadets within the Yellowstone Regional Composite Squadron of Civil Air Patrol recently completed the requirements to be promoted to the next grade. The newest cadets, Cadet Airmen Basic … more
After being closed for the past couple of years, the Tongue River Cave has again reopened for recreational use. Due to vandalism and other concerns, getting into the cave requires registering and … more
CHEYENNE (WNE) — Masks will be required indoors, including inside vehicles, for Laramie County Community College employees due to a recent surge in COVID-19 cases across the county and a lack … more
A 300-foot work zone is in place for Paint Creek Canyon slide repairs on Wyoming Highway 296 (Chief Joseph Scenic Byway). The work zone on the $130,000 job is located about 11 miles west of the … more
Two draft bills addressing bias motivated crimes, or hate crimes, failed to be sponsored Tuesday by the Wyoming Legislature’s Joint Judiciary Interim Committee.  One draft bill would … more
A 19-year-old woman suffered “significant thermal burns” in the Old Faithful area of Yellowstone National Park sometime early Thursday morning, park officials say. The Rhode Island woman, who … more
At least two bears were killed in vehicle collisions on the North Fork Highway over the weekend as visitors continue to flood into Yellowstone National Park. And the lives of two young cubs, now … more
One year after a fire engulfed the bus barn, the reconstruction of the Park County School District 1 facility is almost finished. “We are just waiting for the garage doors to be done and we … more
Responding to concerns from environmental groups, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said Wednesday that it will study whether gray wolves in Wyoming and elsewhere in the West should be relisted as a … more
Gov. Mark Gordon, state lawmakers and Wyoming residents are rallying against the Biden administration’s proposed COVID-19 vaccine mandates. Gordon said Wednesday that he may call the Wyoming … more
It was a windy day out on the bench as a couple dozen volunteers showed up to help pick up garbage dumped on the Polecat Bench.  The second annual event, hosted by the Powell Economic … more
The Northwest College esports facility is now open and running. “This is my heaven, straight-up. I’ve never been so happy,” said Kenny Dellisola, a graphic design student at NWC, … more
A man was life-flighted to Billings last week, after his gravel truck crashed and rolled on Wyo. Highway 32 near the Big Horn/Park County line. The crash occurred around 1:15 p.m. on Sept. 7, near … more
The City of Powell is officially recognizing today (Thursday) as “The American Legion Day,” in honor of the 102nd anniversary of the organization’s federal charter. Congress … more
A life of humility and service is celebrated in a newly published book, dedicated to the memory of Father Carl Beavers as “Wyoming Padre, a Cowboy Priest.” Father Beavers, born in … more
A Greybull-based firm is using an online survey to conduct a statewide study of men’s health. In partnership with the Casper-Natrona County Health Department, and with support from Wyoming … more
The Wyoming State Bar today announced that 53 people have been recommended for admission to practice law in the state, including Mallory Blair Riley of Powell. Riley satisfied all requirements for … more
Authorities say a Powell man killed his 4-month-old daughter last month, with charging documents alleging that he may have fatally shaken the infant. Last week, Park County prosecutors charged … more
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