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Spring and summer might feel far away for most of us, but boating season is right around the corner. And with the season, federal and state officials are looking to halt the march of harmful aquatic … more
Hospital patients in multiple departments will have comfy resting spots thanks to a local foundation. The Moyer Community Foundation recently gave a grant of $30,000 that helped purchase 25 new … more
WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Sens. John Barrasso and Cynthia Lummis, both R-Wyo., applauded the Senate on Friday for unanimously confirming Judge Kelly Rankin to be U.S. District Court Judge for the … more
Gov. Mark Gordon will have the option to choose from several bills which to sign to provide property tax relief in Wyoming. All bills differ on approach on how to provide relief. Homeowners saw … more
CHEYENNE — Hours before the end of the session, and days after a failed first round of negotiation, the Wyoming Legislature passed a budget for the 2025-26 biennium early Friday afternoon. … more
The application period for the Tom Easterly Memorial Award is now open and youth in the Big Horn Basin are encouraged to apply. Recipients of this award will receive a free lifetime Wyoming game … more
The Heart Mountain Composite Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol (formerly known as the Yellowstone Regional Composite Squadron), based in Powell, is raising money to go towards aerospace and emergency … more
The return of the Lenten-Concert Series will continue at noon on Wednesday, March 13 in the Union Presbyterian Church with a performance from Pastor Janita Krayniak and Nevin Jacobs as soloists, … more
There’s a case before the Supreme Court that could significantly reduce the federal government’s power to interpret laws and issue regulations — including protections for the … more
Ahmari, one of ZooMontana’s two wolverines, gave birth to one female kit Feb. 6, the third wolverine to be born at ZooMontana. The baby is rather large, and is being well cared for by mom. As … more
The Park County Commissioners have begun sending out some of its Opioid Settlement funds into the community with the hope of stemming the tide of the crisis. At Tuesday's meeting, commissioners … more
Nearly three dozen law enforcement officers from around the region have applied to be Powell’s next chief of police. “There is a quite extensive list,” City Administrator Zack … more
Park County Republicans have put their support behind former President Donald Trump. On Saturday, local Republicans elected Brent Bien of Cody as their delegate to the Republican National … more
Wendi Stovall has challenged Powell leaders, from the mayor to the city council, to make the jump. But she didn’t stop there; she’s been all around the city looking for folks willing take … more
On campus housing has been growing again in popularity the last few years at Northwest College. The college saw an increase in occupancy of residence halls for the fall semester, with … more
It was a surprise birthday luncheon to help Jim Kranz celebrate his 90th birthday Tuesday, March 5 at the Lamplighter in Powell. The gathering included sons Donnie Kranz, recently relocated to … more
The Bureau of Land Management Wind River/Bighorn Basin District tentatively plans to conduct six prescribed fire projects within the Cody and Worland field office areas this spring as part of the … more
In a partnership to raise awareness and promote safety, the Safari Club International Foundation, American Bear Foundation, Shoshone National Forest and the Wyoming Game and Fish Department will … more
LANDER (WNE) — Wyoming’s senior Sen. John Barrasso won’t seek to replace Mitch McConnell as Senate Republican leader.  Instead, he’ll bid for the Republican whip … more
CHEYENNE — With just four days left of the session, 10 Wyoming lawmakers on a second joint conference committee voted to pass a budget for the 2025-26 biennium late Tuesday night. The week … more
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