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A judge will decide whether to let construction begin on a new Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints temple in Cody, or to keep the project on hold until a legal challenge is resolved. … more
It’s not unusual to find Powell artist Jerry Johnson seeking solace along the banks of the Shoshone River, but you’ll never find him there without his pup, Bear. He does his best thinking … more
The city is turning its custodial work over to a private company. On Monday, the Powell City Council hired Roselli Cleaning Services to take over the cleaning responsibilities for city hall, the … more
Northwest College students will soon be able to further their goals of becoming a paramedic or going on to a bachelor’s degree in software development thanks to two new programs approved by the … more
Beginning next school year students will be able to learn about modern and contemporary works of modern literature and media, and practice producing technical and professional writing content. … more
Abigail LeBlanc has been training her pull-up strength, she’s brushed up on her interview and writing skills and in the last two years she’s also moved from a city of 2.8 million to a … more
There’s nothing quite like gliding over a massive sheet of clear ice while listening to the slicing of blades and the other-worldly “laser cracking and whumpfing” sounds of a frozen … more
The Park County Library Foundation is holding the Third Annual Winter Author Festival on Saturday, Jan. 20 at the Cody Library. Attendees can anticipate a day adorned with the magic of winter, … more
A four-week series about sustainability and environmental awareness will be offered Thursdays, Jan. 18 to Feb. 8, at Christ Episcopal Church in Cody. Billed “Winter Education: Earth Care … more
CHEYENNE (WNE) — Gov. Mark Gordon has submitted a budget letter to the Legislature’s Joint Appropriations Committee, requesting $20 million to expand the Property Tax Refund program to … more
Citing the lack of snow and the loss of seasonal staff, Sleeping Giant Ski Lodge will not open this year. “With a heavy heart we are announcing that Sleeping Giant will not be opening for … more
Wanting to explore the Big Horn Basin’s many backcountry wonders but not wanting to do so alone, noted conservation photographer Kathy Lichtendahl called a friend, hoping to find a hiking … more
Last month, a Greybull man received a three- to five-year prison sentence for possessing and selling fentanyl-laced pills in Big Horn County. Now, Park County prosecutors are seeking additional … more
As the new student center progress gets into the final stretch, Northwest College is already preparing for another phase of construction: Turning the temporary dining center into a soccer facility. … more
Select Powell High School choir and band students are in the midst of a busy two weeks. Six band and orchestra students and six choir students braved the cold Sunday-Tuesday to participate in All … more
Park County Public Works is getting two dump trucks and a heavy haul tractor, but they're not going to be driving two of the three anytime soon. On Tuesday Park County Commissioners approved two … more
Northwest College is hosting Andrew Laszlo, Jr. for a special presentation on Thursday, Feb. 1, in honor of National Holocaust Remembrance Day. This free event, sponsored by the NWC History … more
The Buffalo Bill Center of the West invites families to awaken from the winter doldrums with a “Winterfest” Family Fun Day on Friday, Jan. 19 from 3-7 p.m. Participants can drop in … more
CHEYENNE (WNE) — Cheyenne Frontier Days officials announced Friday that they have decided not to pursue a deal with Accel Entertainment that would convert Frontier Park into a live horse racing … more
Wyoming’s Big Horn Basin is over 14,000 acres of arid desert, sagebrush steppes and mountain valleys. It is a vast area steeped in historical, geological and archaeological wonders. At 1 p.m. … more
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