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The unveiling of Powell’s Wall of Honor has been pushed back by a few weeks, now being scheduled for Oct. 14. “I know delays are always disappointing,” American Legion Post 26 … more
The Lone Star Fire burning 3 miles south of Old Faithful has continued to grow to just shy of 1,000 acres. Warmer temperatures and gusty winds associated with the approaching cold front led to … more
The University of Wyoming’s WWAMI Medical Education Program welcomed its 23rd class of new medical students Aug. 17. The medical students were among one of the first cohorts of students coming … more
Community organizations across the country have been looking for new members, and the local chapter of The Fraternal Order of Eagles is no exception. “We’d like to get some more, … more
Cub Scout Pack 144 will be recruiting new scouts on Thursday at Union Presbyterian Church. Prospective recruits are asked to use the church’s Third Street entrance for the 6:30 p.m. event. … more
With Wyoming bracing for its largest revenue decline in state history, lawmakers rejected every tax-raising proposal on their agenda during a committee meeting last week. Due to long-term declines … more
Seven cases of COVID-19 were detected among members of the University of Wyoming community in the six days leading up to Wednesday, all of them off campus. That brought the total of UW-related cases … more
A semi-tractor trailer carrying gasoline overturned while traveling between Yellowstone National Park's Mud Volcano and Fishing Bridge Junction, temporarily closing the road. more
After schools abruptly closed across the country in March, many have wondered what it would look like for students to return. On Tuesday, Powell schools found out. “There’s just a lot … more
A man who murdered his girlfriend in Colorado, then brought her body to the Powell police station and confessed to the crime in late 2018 has received a 34-year prison sentence. Jonathan Akin, 24, … more
The perfect beer storm isn’t the kegger of the year. It’s what’s happening to beer supplies, as a few factors over the past few months are coming together to strain the availability … more
On Wednesday, crews were working to combat a pair of small wildfires that broke out in the Shoshone National Forest — one in Sunlight Basin and another along the Beartooth Highway in the area … more
Powell’s first day of school came close to being postponed — until one employee drove more than 2,300 miles in three days to pick up hundreds of protective barriers. Rob McCray came to … more
Northwest College is receiving support from the federal CARES Act, which was passed as a stimulus to help with the economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. While not allocating money to individual … more
The new Powell Senior Center is starting to take shape, and the people spearheading the effort want the Powell community to be in the loop as it comes to fruition. If they manage to secure the … more
Trapping regulations could soon be changing in Wyoming as a newly organized Game and Fish Department committee explores making recommendations for approval by commissioners. The Trapping Committee … more
After originally being delayed in March due to COVID-19, Northwest College’s 2020 Juried Student Photography Show opens Tuesday, Sept. 1, with an artists’ reception from 6:30-8 p.m. … more
Powell artist Paul Kethley will exhibit “Legends of the Frontier” — a collection of 20 original oil paintings — at the Cody library from Sept. 1-30. Kethley will host a … more
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is seeking information on two white-tailed doe deer that were illegally shot and left to waste north of Cody. North Cody Game Warden Travis Crane said the … more
Recent accounts of a Beartooth Mountain sightseer forgetting to put their automobile in park — and then watching their vehicle roll away and plummet thousands of feet over a cliff — … more
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