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Plein Air in the Parks will feature a painting and drawing competition this weekend at Buffalo Bill State Park outside of Cody. Taking place Friday through Sunday, the plein air event pairs … more
The Wyoming Department of Health is urging recreationists to use caution at Brooks Lake in the Shoshone National Forest, after water sampling detected a harmful cyanobacterial bloom (HCB). HCBs … more
Local churches will join together for the annual Community Worship service on Sunday. The service begins at 10:30 a.m. at the Washington Park bandshell, 351 W. Second St., in Powell. Attendees … more
Residents can grow a green thumb with the Sept. 3 to Dec. 10 Master Gardener online training program. “This 14-week online Master Gardener training provides over 40 hours of gardening … more
Crews are working to combat a small wildfire in Sunlight Basin that was started by lightning Monday night. The Painter Creek Fire was estimated at roughly 1 acre in size as of Tuesday afternoon, … more
The Northwest College campus has been closed since March and last week, as it prepared to begin face-to-face classes again, NWC President Stefani Hicswa delivered her annual State of the College … more
A local business owner has been charged with selling unregistered securities and acting as an unregistered broker after raising millions of dollars for what federal authorities say was a … more
A lightning-ignited fire in Yellowstone National Park has burned across about 300 acres near the Lone Star Geyser, about 3 miles south of Old Faithful, according to park officials. Heavy smoke from … more
Northwest College will be undergoing major transformational changes in the upcoming year, college leaders say, and they’re seeking community input on what those changes should be. The events, … more
Despite complaints from Park County commissioners about Wyoming’s quarantine orders being too heavy-handed, state health officials are sticking with the documents’ wording for the time … more
For her 85th birthday, Shirley Thomas wanted to cross off a bucket list item: Zip lining. Along with several family members, Thomas zoomed above the Shoshone National Forest just outside … more
Though Christmas is still months away, plans are already underway to create a truly decked-out holiday home. The Kringle House — which was limited to about 1,000 square feet inside a Bernard … more
The City of Powell website, cityofpowell.com, was taken offline for much of last week over cyber security concerns. On the afternoon of Saturday, Aug. 15, Powell IT Manager Damian Dicks noticed … more
COVID-19 restrictions forced Wyoming Outdoorsmen to cancel its annual banquet — leading to reduced funding for the group — but the nonprofit organization is continuing with various … more
Area residents are invited to join the Northwest College Board of Trustees for a Town Hall Meeting about the NWC Residence Life Master Plan Tuesday, Sept. 1, at 7 p.m. in the Yellowstone Building. … more
In many areas of the state, Wyoming Game and Fish Department biologists and game wardens spend time in the backcountry as a routine part of their jobs. Often, this fieldwork occurs in remote settings … more
Fall enrollment at the University of Wyoming rose dramatically after the Aug. 10 announcement of grant funding for students from the CARES Act. Earlier this month, UW was facing a 20% decline in … more
John E. Higgins and Livia Virginia Higgins of Deaver were named to the University of Wyoming’s spring 2020 Provost’s Honor Roll. John Higgins graduated from UW in May with a Bachelor … more
The University of Wyoming lists 59 students from Park County on the 2020 spring semester President’s Honor Roll. The President’s Honor Roll consists of regularly enrolled … more
Join the Meeteetse Museums at 6 p.m. Wednesday to learn about grizzly bears and wolves in Wyoming. Luke Ellsbury, a large carnivore biologist with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, will cover … more
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