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After a three year hiatus, the Yellowstone Summer Music Camp hosted by the Northwest College Music Department returns this summer. “We are excited to see the return of our Yellowstone … more
Powell homeowners have until Monday, May 15 to apply to have an 8-12 foot tall deciduous shade tree planted in their yard as part of the Homesteader Roots program. The program, which began four … more
Colin Queen, a 2020 Powell High School graduate, earned a Bachelors of Science in aerospace and aviation science on April 28 from Southern Utah University. He also graduated Summa Cum Laude, … more
WORLAND — John D. Shaw, Financial Advisor with Legacy Financial Partners,  a private wealth advisory practice of Ameriprise Financial Services, LLC in Worland, was recognized in April as … more
The Wyoming Freedom Caucus continues to advocate for protection of parental rights in the wake of pending litigation. Five state representatives who are members of the caucus hosted a virtual … more
Two teen boys have been arrested in connection with the April 30 shooting death of a 15-year-old local girl in a south Cheyenne park. Cheyenne Police Department detectives, working with the U.S. … more
Outdoor recreation advocates won big this spring when the Legislature created a new $6 million trust fund to generate grants for trail building, camping infrastructure and other such developments. … more
A 56-year-old Powell man was sentenced Wednesday to 22-25 years of prison time for sexually abusing a teenager. Per a plea agreement, Robert Andrew McCoy’s sentence cannot be modified or … more
When Chris Baltz, East Entrance fee supervisor at Yellowstone National Park, saw a car parked in front of the closed entrance Thursday evening before dark, he thought the visitors were mistaken about … more
Commencement exercises at Northwest College are scheduled for Saturday, May 13, beginning at 10:30 a.m. in Cabre Gym. The ceremony will be live streamed on the NWC Facebook page and YouTube, or … more
A special use permit was approved unanimously Tuesday as requested and with only the conditions recommended by county planning for a summer church camp in Clark to continue operations as they have … more
While “all nighters” are a thing of the past for the City of Powell’s bars, the city council is being asked to let them stay open later on special occasions. Under current city … more
Although a judge praised a Cody hunter for his “very responsible” decision to self-report the violation, the man must pay $10,000 for his role in the mistaken killing of a grizzly bear … more
The Powell Christian School presented A Night with the Stars on Friday, April 21, from 6-8 p.m. in the Trinity Bible Church gym. Students from preschool to eighth grade put their projects about … more
The Interagency Grizzly Bear Committee will be holding a public meeting at the Wyoming Game and Fish Department Cody Region Office on Wednesday and Thursday, May 10-11. The committee supports … more
Jerred Metz, author of “The Last Eleven Days of Earl Durand,” will speak at the Cody and Meeteetse libraries and at the Powell Homesteader Museum in collaboration with the Powell Library. … more
WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Sens. John Barrasso and Cynthia Lummis (both R-Wyo.) alongside Gov. Mark Gordon, announced they are hosting a Federal Funding Summit to provide free professional … more
The Bureau of Land Management asks recreationists and other travelers to steer clear of muddy trails and roads as spring snowmelt and precipitation have resulted in muddy conditions throughout our … more
Two Powell High School students have won the Wyoming Junior Duck Stamp Competition’s top two prizes. Hayden Watts, a freshman, won the art division with a painting of a ruddy duck and Amelia … more
Powell City Council members are not eggs-actly excited about allowing more backyard chickens. On Monday, council members rejected a citizen’s request to increase the current four-chicken per … more
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