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A Powell man who exposed himself outside the Powell Library last fall has been ordered to stay away from the facility — as well as schools, daycares and children in general — for the next … more
After a series of crashes, state and county officials are urging motorists to use extra caution and be on the lookout for snowplows and other work trucks. The Wyoming Department of Transportation … more
A Billings man who fell and broke several bones while ice climbing on the South Fork is offering a big thank you to the first responders and recreationists who helped get him to safety on … more
Wyoming residents can use the Legislature’s website to track legislation and participate in policymaking during the 2020 Budget Session in Cheyenne. The site — located at www.wyoleg.gov … more
The American Legion Auxiliary will host its annual cherry pie luncheon on Friday. The event raises money for Girls State and Veterans Affairs. Lunch will be served from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the … more
The Buffalo Bill Center of the West and the University of Wyoming’s American Heritage Center have created a new fellowship focused on the American West, established in honor of Cody’s … more
Powell Middle School recently named dozens of sixth, seventh and eighth grade students to the first semester honor roll. more
Dozens of students were named to Powell High School's honor roll for the first semester of the 2019-20 school year. more
A Powell woman was injured Monday afternoon when her station wagon was rear-ended by a UPS truck on U.S. Highway 14-A. Sharon Altermatt, 61, had been heading east on the highway in an older model … more
Angela Elizondo told her mother last fall that, if anything ever happened to her, her body “would be found in the mountains near Cody.” In only a matter of weeks, Elizondo’s … more
Unable to find the right angle, Kinley Bollinger needed a higher perspective to capture the scene she wanted to photograph. Against her mother’s advice, she climbed on top the family SUV and … more
Rescue personnel evacuated a 42-year-old Billings ice climber from the South Fork on Saturday, after he fell some 30 feet. Richard James Dvorak was climbing with a party of 10 when he fell from … more
The Northwest College Faculty Organization is voicing its disapproval of the Board of Trustees’ decision to pass a series of policy revisions late last year. “The faculty is profoundly … more
An Indiana treasure hunter who was rescued from the bottom of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone last month has pleaded not guilty to several violations of park rules. David D. Christensen has … more
Replacing an SUV that was totaled in a November crash wound up costing the Park County government nearly $10,000 — even though the wreck was another driver’s fault. The Park County … more
“Wow” was an oft-heard expression from young artists at Westside Elementary School as they explored printmaking techniques and learned about Tippet Rise Art Center in Fishtail, … more
The Powell Hospital District was awarded a $255,277 grant from the State Loan and Investment Board. The grant — approved on Jan. 16 by Wyoming’s five statewide elected officials — … more
Youth in the Big Horn Basin have the opportunity to win lifetime Wyoming hunting licenses, with applications now being accepted for the Tom Easterly Memorial Award. The award was established in … more
Darrell Horton of Greybull and Duane Horton of Otto were recently recognized and presented with an Access Recognition award. The program honors Wyoming landowners who provide access to or through … more
“Taking Flight: The Gripping Tales of Eagles in Wyoming” will be presented at the Cody library on Saturday afternoon. Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area Park Ranger Todd Johnson … more
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