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On Wednesday, Northwest College biology instructor Mat Osborne was holding his regular class in the Science and Math building when the fire alarm went off. Osborne began coordinating what was … more
In celebration of the 150th anniversary of women’s suffrage, Northwest College’s Women in the West course has been hosting a series of talks. In October, Shelly Neff and Beryl … more
If Park County residents ever need to evacuate, they can expect to follow a process of “Ready, Set, Go!” Local authorities recently decided to use that standard language for any type … more
In a state where the cowboy culture of horses is almost a religion, it was fitting that two of the largest horses in the world were created here. Artist Arturo Di Modica, one of the world’s … more
Area residents who attend this year’s Ag Showcase can expect an evening of food, fun, dancing and live music by Kyle Shobe & the Walk ‘Em Boys Friday, Nov. 15, in the Heart Mountain … more
On Thursday at Northwest College, Park Ranger Christy Fleming from the Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area will share the ins and outs of building a resume and applying for a job with the … more
Have you ever heard of a “blood–brain barrier”? If you haven’t, you may want to attend the next AAUW (American Association of University Women) meeting being held Thursday at … more
Wyoming lawmakers on Thursday defeated legislation that would have prevented some people with mental illnesses from buying guns. The legislation would have required the Wyoming Division of … more
A hunter stumbled upon a woman’s body about halfway between Cody and Meeteetse on Saturday afternoon — and authorities say she appears to have been the victim of a homicide. more
Harriet Bloom-Wilson, Northwest College professor emerita of French and former Intercultural Programs director, recently received the NAFSA Region II International Volunteer of the Year award. A … more
The fate of the 2019 area sugar beet crop lies beneath the frozen ground. With about a third of the sugar beet acreage still to be dug, arctic air plunged temperatures into the single digits … more
Authorities allege a 23-year-old woman neglected and exploited a 69-year-old Meeteetse man earlier this year, leading him to be hospitalized in July. Tristen M. Brewer was arrested earlier this … more
Folks planning to visit Yellowstone National Park in 2020 should be aware of three major road construction projects that will force detours or slow down traffic. One project will result in a … more
On a chilly October day in 1919, a tiny baby girl named Ethel was born on a Garland homestead, weighing only 3 1/2 pounds. In hopes of keeping their little daughter warm, Henry and Laura Meyers … more
After a proposal to put county commissioners and others in charge of designating migration corridors drew widespread criticism, a state legislative committee is apparently changing … more
A 23-year-old Powell man was arrested last week after he allegedly performed a sex act in front of the public library and in view of multiple children. Dylon G. Miears has been charged with … more
Halloween is one of the most exciting times of the year for children, but sometimes hectic for parents and guardians. The Park County Sheriff’s Office is reminding parents to take a moment to … more
307Health, Powell’s pioneering direct primary care medical group, will be among a half-dozen businesses and nonprofits featured at the 2019 Governor’s Business Forum next … more
The effects of invasive Russian olive trees on riparian habitats is fairly well-known, but how does their presence — or removal — affect small animals? Jarren Kuipers, owner and … more
Early November at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West will bring an advance showing of a new WyomingPBS film on artists from the Wind River Indian Reservation. The advance screening of the film … more
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