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Wyoming’s senior population grew by over 40% from 2010 to 2020 — the second-fastest rate in the nation, according to research from, an online resource hub for … more
Lawyers for Alec Baldwin are asking a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit accusing him of defaming the family of a Wyoming Marine killed in Afghanistan, recent court filings show.  According … more
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department plans to permanently close public access by vehicle to the Willwood area south of Powell.  The area will still be open to foot traffic. Officials will … more
Lenticular clouds were building in the northwest skies as the Wyoming wind whipped up the dust on Heart Mountain. The inclement weather didn’t stop Barbara Jennings from heading to her personal … more
The Northwest College Board of Trustees this month approved a new associate of applied science program.  The college’s program description explains that it prepares students for … more
Kalee Goolsbey said her friend Jess Rood has impacted many lives in Powell. “People call her Mighty Mouse, and she’s just a go-go-go getter,” said Goolsbey.  Now Goolsbey … more
With a bottle of bear spray hanging from his neck and dressed for harsh weather in neon yellow, Dwight Cushman stood by the side of the North Fork Highway, admiring Holy City in the Shoshone National … more
The federal government will include one-third fewer Wyoming tracts than anticipated in the first oil and gas lease sale of the Biden presidency — about 28% of the 459 parcels analyzed across … more
Powell High School students got a taste of show business on Friday when Crazy Mountain Productions came to visit.  Crazy Mountain Productions formerly Studio ODA 406 aims to tell stories that … more
The Wyoming Department of Transportation’s Driver Services offices statewide will start closing for one hour each month for staff development and continued education courses. The first … more
The annual Northwest College Multicultural Showcase returns this year with all the smells, tastes, sights and sounds from countries around the world, representing some of the unique cultures NWC … more
A judge in Rawlins on April 15 rejected a motion to dismiss criminal trespass charges against four hunters accused of corner crossing but said she would consider requests to delay their … more
Local and statewide snow and water content data warn of continued drought conditions, particularly in the northeastern corner of Wyoming, despite last week’s snowfall.  Conservationists … more
You would have thought that school was out for the year by the screams and cheering in the gymnasium packed with school kids. Instead, the middle schoolers keen for an egg bombing were shouting as … more
After driving into the Super 8 Motel sign at roughly 30 mph, James Gallagher, 38, of Lovell was arrested on April 5 on charges of unlawful use of toxic substances and driving under the … more
The Powell Aquatic Center closed on April 2 for its annual maintenance. Due to delays in equipment deliveries, the city isn’t certain when it will reopen.  This year’s maintenance … more
Northwest College President Lisa Watson updated the board of trustees on the new student center project, including where cost estimates sit at this point.  In the last legislative session, … more
Crews in Yellowstone National Park were slammed by more than a foot of snow after attempting to open interior roads Friday. “Due to extremely heavy snow received this week,” officials … more
Quincy Barhaug has a loud hobby. When the homeschooled eighth grader is hammering away on an anvil, the strikes ring out from his blacksmithing shop across the backyard. Quincy, who wears ear … more
On the night of March 14, a Cadillac drifted into the wrong lane and was struck head-on by an oncoming UPS truck southeast of Powell. Both drivers suffered serious injuries, with the man behind the … more
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