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CHEYENNE — Gov. Mark Gordon has appointed Darin Westby director of the Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT). Westby has served as interim director of the agency since March. He was … more
A cool, wet spring followed by a quick change to high, dry temperatures in July had both positive and negative impacts on this year’s crop, and now it all really depends on what the fall season … more
Following nearly two months of debate, five public meetings and feedback from hundreds of area residents, Cody’s planning board has narrowly approved The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day … more
Authorities have charged a Powell man with first-degree sexual assault, alleging that he forcibly raped a woman in a downtown parking lot in June. The case against 40-year-old Christopher S. … more
If you drive down Lane 13 you might get lucky and see an acre of two different varieties of hops being tended to by sheep. Shannon Sapp, co-owner of Secret Ingredient Farm, added Babydoll … more
People will have another chance to make their voices heard about the new proposed Park County Land Use Plan before the Park County Commissioners have a chance to vote to adopt it Oct. 3. A … more
A design for a north Powell pedestrian and bike path is moving forward. At their Aug. 1 meeting, Park County Commissioners unanimously approved sole bidder Engineering Associates to design the … more
Powell’s garbage will soon be getting hauled to Cody by a brand new semi-truck. At a Monday night meeting, the city council agreed to purchase a 2024 Western Star semi-truck from … more
As of this July, Frannie resident Tonie Moore has summited Heart Mountain 14 times — and she completed her first climb at 69 years old, “by the grace of God,” as she likes to say. … more
Around Wyoming farmers and other residents may begin noticing a low buzzing craft spraying fields instead of the typical high flying crop dusters that most are accustomed to.  Since June, … more
Barley has it good in the Big Horn Basin. So good that Briess Malt and Ingredients Company, which provides malt for food products all over and for many craft breweries (including local breweries … more
Property owners with large lots in the GRP, 1 acre minimum zoning area are dividing off small lots in simple subdivisions. At Tuesday's Park County Commissioners’ meeting, three such … more
Going into the 2023-2024 academic school year Powell Middle School students will have the opportunity to participate in a choir club. Assistant Principal Chanler Buck spoke to the Park County … more
The Department of Interior has announced a commitment of $52 million toward strengthening climate resilience in America’s national parks, including funds to help conserve whitebark pines. … more
WASHINGTON, July 25, 2023 ­— The U.S. Department of Agriculture unveiled a geospatial product called Crop Sequence Boundaries (CSB) that offers public access to national-scale visual crop … more
You’ve probably heard of — and perhaps even tried — more than a few questionable mosquito repellents. Maybe you’ve rolled your eyes at home remedies but secretly … more
Laramie, Wyo. — The University of Wyoming College of Agriculture, Life Sciences and Natural Resources has added a fourth associate dean to its administrative team and selected a new associate … more
JACKSON, Wyo. — On average, fresh produce travels over 1,500 miles from farm to fork in the United States — the equivalent of driving from Los Angeles to Houston. In most cities only 2% … more
WIND RIVER RANGE FOOTHILLS—Kristy Wardell donned rain gear though the skies were clear. The lifelong rancher was dressed in protective garb to guard against manure and urine that 366 ewes … more
CHEYENNE (WNE) — In July 2022, Wyoming and the rest of the nation transitioned to a simplified 988 number for suicide lifeline services. That same month, the state began offering full-time, … more
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