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Casey McQuiston was on the road, working the North Complex fire in California, when he got a call from Shoshone National Forest Supervisor Lisa Timchak. She was making it official, offering McQuiston … more
How has your life changed during the COVID-19 pandemic? The American Heritage Center (AHC) at the University of Wyoming is continuing to collect experiences and thoughts of the state’s … more
GILLETTE (WNE) — Campbell County Health has received an insurance settlement almost a year after a ransomware attack crippled its computer systems and disrupted its operations for … more
Next month, a Greybull saddlemaker will participate in the fourth annual “Made in America” product showcase at the White House. J. L. Blair Saddlery is among a host of businesses from … more
Thoughts of “Here we go again” had to be on collective minds. Temperatures plunged 50 degrees in 24 hours on the eve of the early dig of the 2020 sugar beet harvest, giving rise to … more
Even when you have a catchy name like Funny Farm Feeds, it’s hard to get your name out there in the feed business, says Ronnie Gillett. But two years after starting the enterprise, he and his … more
The technology is decades old, but it’s hard not to marvel at some of the ways GPS is being used today. Besides giving people near-precise driving directions and telling hikers how far … more
The Wyoming Department of Agriculture is now accepting applications for the Wyoming Meat Processing Expansion Grant Program. Gov. Mark Gordon appropriated $10 million in federal CARES Act funds to … more
Two cows. Same University of Wyoming McGuire Ranch pasture northeast of Laramie near Sybille Canyon. One cow has 383 horn flies sucking her blood. The other cow has four. Why that remarkable … more
Big Horn Basin crop budgets for irrigated alfalfa, barley, corn and sugar beets are now available in a publication from the University of Wyoming Extension. “The goal of these budgets is to … more
This month’s dramatic polar plunge not only pummeled plants now, but residents can expect damage and dieback next spring, according to the University of Wyoming Extension horticulture … more
An insurance team is investigating the cause of a fire that destroyed five school buses and significantly damaged the Powell school district’s bus barn. While the cause has not been … more
Two young adults suffered serious injuries on Monday evening after their vehicle crashed along a canal road west of Powell. A total of four young people had been riding in the 1994 Isuzu Rodeo … more
The Powell City Council signaled a willingness to change city ordinances in order to pave the way for a meat processing facility in an industrial zone on the south side of town, if a number of … more
Powell’s new school year brought a wave of new students, especially those needing special education services. The district welcomed 25 new special education students on the first day; that … more
When the COVID-19 pandemic hit and school buildings closed in the spring, Park County School District No. 1 leaders didn’t know how many families would decide to keep their kids home in the … more
Stress levels over East and West Newton lakes have fallen with each inch that the water has receded. Fingers are crossed the soggy conditions continue to improve. “It’s way down. … more
Powell Valley Healthcare is hosting a breast cancer awareness event at 6 p.m. Wednesday in the grassy area east of the main clinic building. The public event includes dinner choices of broccoli … more
After nearly 20 years with the Park County government, landfill manager Tim Waddell has retired. “I’ve had enough,” Waddell said on Sept. 14, his last official day. He started … more
Construction on the emergency room at Powell Valley Healthcare will require closing the ER’s outside entrance and the pharmacy drive-up from Monday through Wednesday, Sept. 28-30. The ER … more
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