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A Yellowstone National Park visitor from Connecticut was ordered to spend a week in jail after she was caught walking on thermal ground in the Norris Geyser Basin last month. Madeline S. Casey, … more
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will distribute bear spray to hunters and anglers at no cost on Monday, Aug. 30, at the rodeo grounds in Cody.  On a first-come, first-served basis, 115 … more
At an Aug. 17 meeting, Campbell County commissioners listened to another round of public comment about a library controversy. Several residents asked the commissioners to move questionable books in … more
The Wyoming Transportation Commission recently awarded $27 million in bids for road and bridge projects around the state, including a few local jobs. Century Companies, Inc. out of Montana was … more
Teton District Health Officer Dr. Travis Riddell is planning to issue a countywide mask mandate effective Thursday. If implemented, face coverings would be required in “certain places, with … more
A former Jackson resident has recovered the largest sum of unclaimed property ever possessed by the Wyoming State Treasurer’s Office. The man owned some 16,000 shares of a publicly traded … more
RIVERTON (WNE) — The Teton County Commission is giving some funding to Central Wyoming College this year.  “That’s really encouraging news for us,” administrative … more
Victor E. Lopez faced serious legal trouble in Montana when he was caught with more than 80 grams of methamphetamine in Carbon County in early 2018. But Lopez became a target of federal prosecutors … more
Yellowstone National Park logged its first million-visitor month in July, a milestone symbolic of the heavy tourist traffic across the country’s national parks, as visitors travel to wide-open … more
Offered an inside view of the secretive world of competitive barbecue, I imagined wonderful smells wafting on the breeze and mass quantities of pork products. I wasn’t disappointed. What I … more
Roughly one out of every four high school graduates in the Big Horn Basin go on to enroll at Northwest College, according to data presented to the college’s board of trustees last … more
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Victoria’s School of Dance had a successful 2020-21 season — and their most recent trip put a bow on it. Dancers from the Powell-based studio ventured to … more
A motocross event at last month’s Park County Fair wound up raising more than $12,000 for Stephanie Warren, a Powell Middle School teacher who was diagnosed with breast cancer in … more
The Wyoming Department of Health is cautioning recreationists to be aware of a harmful cyanobacterial bloom (HCB) near the Bartlett Lane access area at the Buffalo Bill Reservoir. The Wyoming … more
The Wyoming Department of Transportation is seeking public comment and review of its 2022 transportation improvement planning document. WYDOT’s draft 2022 State Transportation Improvement … more
The Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation has received a grant from the National Endowment of Humanities to conduct workshops for 72 teachers from around the country next summer. The workshops will focus … more
JACKSON (WNE) — It’s once again OK to fish Yellowstone’s rivers and streams in the afternoon and evening and some fire restrictions have been lifted. On Friday, leaders of the … more
Alexa D. Smith of Powell recently graduated cum laude from Wichita State University in Kansas. Smith obtained a bachelor’s degree in general studies and general studies psychology. She was … more
Last week, the long-awaited fate of Gillette College was decided. By a 4,160-to-1,724 margin, Campbell County voters overwhelmingly approved the college’s separation from the Northern … more
There are a few unique professions today which strategically contribute to the very fiber and fabric of our country. The farmer has always been known as “the backbone of America.” The … more
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