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Wyoming’s first lady, Jennie Gordon, was in Powell Thursday to see firsthand some of the food programs supported by her office. Gordon has always been active in food initiatives. She said … more
The impact of 2020 is one of the reasons Claudia Wade, executive director of the Park County Travel Council, is retiring after nearly 35 years. The COVID-19 pandemic wreaked havoc on many industries, … more
Although Park County commissioners want a pair of local buttes to continue to be known as “Squaw Teats,” a state board may not. At a May 19 meeting, the Wyoming Board on Geographic … more
The Shoshone National Forest has a new face at the helm of its natural resources, GIS and planning programs. On May 10, after eight years on the Ashley National Forest in northeastern Utah, LeAnn … more
With the start of June, crews plan to begin chip sealing south of Cody on Wyo. Highway 120 and as west and east of the city on U.S. Highway 14/16/20. Next week, fog sealing is scheduled on U.S. … more
Llamas and ponies and goats, oh my! Those are just some of the animals — along with rabbits, chickens and kittens — that will be on-hand at a Friday Petting Zoo. Hosted by the Powell … more
After the COVID-19 pandemic forced most of the University of Wyoming’s 2020 homecoming activities into virtual formats, the university is planning a full slate of traditional in-person events … more
The Wyoming Veterans Commission is continuing to look for a commissioner to represent the Big Horn Basin. The vacancy is for the Fifth Judicial District, which consists of Park, Big Horn, Hot … more
In conjunction with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s Free Fishing Day on Saturday, daily use fees are being waived at all state parks/recreation areas that provide … more
With the Memorial Day holiday in the books, the summer outdoor recreation season in the Bighorn National Forest has officially kicked off. Campers are reminded to bring their own drinking water, … more
A former Powell resident is among Wyoming Cowboy Hall of Fame’s Class of 2021. The late Richard Skeen was among 43 hall of fame inductees selected by the hall’s State Board of Directors … more
A veterans service officer from the Wyoming Veterans Commission will conduct community outreach services around the Big Horn Basin in June — including a stop in Powell. Brad Cline is … more
A 39-year-old man was injured by a bear Friday morning while hiking in Yellowstone National Park. Park officials said the man had been hiking alone on the Beaver Ponds Trail in the Mammoth Hot … more
Among the businesses shuttered by COVID public health orders last spring were gyms. The restrictions hit three Powell fitness centers hard, right as they were trying to get a foothold in … more
Diminished or loss of hearing is one of the great frustrations in life. Hearing and understanding language is considered the most important part of learning and communication. But it doesn’t … more
From golf to taekwondo to day camps, youth looking for things to do this summer have no shortage of options through the Powell Recreation District. “We try to reach as many people as we … more
Every month, a futuristic-looking machine is wheeled into the Park County courthouse. Soon, employees start taking turns grabbing onto the device’s handles, which sends an electrical current … more
In April, Powell Drug began offering the Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccinations. Just as soon as the local drug store began offering them, the FDA enacted a “safety pause” after a … more
Same ocean, different boats,” is how Dr. Betsy Spomer describes the COVID pandemic experience. Everyone had a similar experience, yet it was different for each individual. “There were … more
The Powell Aquatic Center wants the community to know it’s back and ready for action now that the COVID  restrictions have rolled back.  Memberships are available in various levels … more
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