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On Nov. 17, Chanler Buck, the assistant principal at Powell Middle School, ran to the gymnasium. He was expecting to address an emergency, but when he got there students and staff were cheering and … more
Turning Mark McKenna’s idea for a new card game into an actual product took the aid of an illustrator, a manufacturer, consultants — and a whole lot of patience from his family. … more
Wyoming game wardens patrolled more than 600,000 miles in 2022, according to the annual Wyoming Game and Fish Department Law Enforcement Report, but the report also reveals the department had fewer … more
There was little trouble at Powell’s bars and other liquor-serving establishments over the past year. “No complaints,” Powell Police Chief Roy Eckerdt reported to the Powell … more
Personal, technical and workplace skills — the three components that uphold the SkillsUSA framework and have become integrated into a community service project making a difference in the lives … more
Customers will soon be able to buy alcohol at both of Powell’s Pit Stop convenience stores. The chain’s West Coulter Avenue location, Pit Stop Travel Center #12, expects to begin … more
Powell community members are invited to revel in the warmth of tea, hot cocoa, snacks, and the joy of reading on Friday, Dec. 1, as Park County Libraries unveils its new StoryWalk at Homesteader … more
CODY — Spirit Mountain Hospice, a Cody Regional Health service, dedicated to providing compassionate end-of-life care, invites the community to join in the heartwarming tradition of the … more
Sam Mihara, who was incarcerated at Heart Mountain as a child, received the Salem Award for Human Rights and Justice from the House of Seven Gables Settlement House in Salem, Massachusetts, on Nov. … more
CHEYENNE (WNE)   — A crash on Interstate 80 between Cheyenne and Laramie on Thanksgiving afternoon resulted in a 19-car pileup that sent two drivers to the hospital with … more
PYEONGTAEK, SOUTH KOREA — On Thanksgiving Day, U.S. Sen. John Barrasso (R-Wyo.) shared a Thanksgiving meal with Wyoming service members and their families stationed at USAG Camp Humphreys in … more
LARAMIE (WNE) — Understanding veterans and their experiences can be tough to comprehend for most who have not served in the military. The Patton Veterans Project has been helping veterans, … more
Rotund, plump, hefty — go ahead and pick the fat synonym and it’ll likely aptly describe Grizzly 566, the second-heaviest grizzly bear ever documented in the Greater Yellowstone … more
CHEYENNE — A state veterans service officer from the Wyoming Veterans Commission will conduct community outreach services around Wyoming cities throughout December. Brad Cline is available … more
C hristmas basket program coordinators Terry and Jan Cronin and Howard and Ann Sanders have been working hard behind the scenes to make the annual assistance program special. They credit … more
A lthough Gov. Mark Gordon cautioned lawmakers to remain conservative in their approach to spending money, issues such as rising property taxes, a severe lack of workforce and the need to address … more
C ody police and school officials say they’re continuing to investigate a late October report that a student at Livingston Elementary School was physically and sexually abused by other … more
A competency hearing for a former Cody resident who allegedly murdered his ex-girlfriend has been pushed to early spring. Joseph C. Underwood’s competency has been in question since … more
P owell’s school district is in need of a fleet mechanic, and they’re using the vacancy as an opportunity to make it more attractive. Park County School District 1’s mechanic … more
B renda and Steve Mattson had just closed up their food truck and Brenda was looking for a quick job to get her through until she could find a more stable situation. She dropped off an … more
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