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A Jackson-based nonprofit has sent a formal complaint to Gov. Mark Gordon about gifts that an outfitting group presented to two Game and Fish Commissioners at the end of their terms — and has … more
The Powell school district is moving back into the former Home Ec Cottage. After allowing the Powell MakerSpace to use the building for more than five years, Park County School District No. 1 now … more
Each year, the Park County Farm Bureau Federation hosts a series of coloring, poster and marketing contests for area elementary school students, usually drawing about 20 entries. But participation … more
It’s that time of year, when the City of Powell begins spraying for mosquitoes. Spraying days will only be announced on the city’s website by 2 p.m. on the day crews will be spraying. … more
Patrol deputies with the Park County Sheriff’s Office are receiving 21 brand new sets of body armor — gifts from a Colorado nonprofit and local donors. Thanks to a fundraising effort … more
U.S. Highway 14-A between Burgess Junction and Lovell will reopen for the summer ahead of Memorial Day weekend. “We’re ready to open Friday at noon,” said Wyoming Department of … more
If you spot an Eastern spiny softshell turtle in the Big Horn Basin, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department wants to know. Spiny softshell turtles are a species of greatest conservation need in … more
John Shaw and David Leighton were recently named to “Barron’s Top 100 Private Wealth Management Teams” published by Barron’s Magazine, a publication covering business and … more
K-12 educators still have time to sign up for the computer science endorsement cohort at Northwest College.   This endorsement, which can be earned throughout the course of the summer, is … more
Powell’s American Legion post is inviting the community to honor and remember the country’s fallen veterans with a series of Memorial Day events. On Monday, May 31, members of … more
Sleeping Giant has decided not to open the zipline this summer, according to a Tuesday letter sent out by owner Nick Piazza. “Our promise to Park County was always centered on the ski season … more
CASPER (WNE) — Gov. Mark Gordon has tapped his constituent liaison to serve as Wyoming’s next public records ombudsman, his office announced last week.  Darlena Potter had served … more
Powell High School senior Andy Beavers is the recipient of this year’s scholarship from the Park County Farm Bureau Federation. Beavers will receive $650 for his freshman year at Northwest … more
The last snow water equivalent update for the year was released this week and shows the statewide snowpack at 58% of median, down 4 percentage points from one week ago. One year ago the state … more
On June 7, T-O Engineers plans to open a new office in Cheyenne to better serve existing and future clients in the region. The office will be located in the Jonah Bank Building, 205 Storey Blvd., … more
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, therapists at Yellowstone Behavioral Health Center have seen more people in crisis. “I think it’s not a surprise to anybody that the past year has been hard … more
Locked away in a small, isolated room in the back of a shop at Diamond Wings Upland Game Birds, a sleep-deprived Karl Bear watched history being made. At 3:30 p.m. Monday, wild greater sage grouse … more
When reviewing the preliminary annual budget for Park County School District 1, the board of trustees also looked at the salary paid to its superintendent.  Jay Curtis has been the … more
This year’s Powell High School graduation ceremony will, thankfully, be different from last year’s. It will be held live and in-person at 2 p.m. Sunday in the high school auditorium. … more
Last year, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Youth Clubs of Park County were closed for three months, into part of the summer. This year will be different. In February, the Park County … more
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