Shortly thereafter, their daughter, Linda Ann, was born in Casper, WY. A few years later the family moved back to New York for a few years, then returned to Midwest. They also spent a few years in Powell , WY . While in Powell, Pat worked at the...
6/23/2017
The orphan lamb had taken a turn for the worse — until a mama dog came to its rescue. Oakley, a miniature Australian shepherd, had noticed the little lamb was not doing very well. “She just wouldn’t suck the bottle,” said Keela Hopkin, who raises lambs...
6/23/2017
Powell Tribune After receiving tentative approval by the Wyoming Business Council for a $435,400 state grant for the project in March, GT Aeronautics and the City of Powell decided against moving forward at that time. However, if negotiations with the...
6/22/2017
Park County commissioners say they will not help build a grizzly bear-deterring fence around the county’s Cody landfill unless environmental groups match their contribution, dollar-for-dollar. That “challenge” from the commission appeared to be dead on...
6/22/2017
Ravalli Republic Nationwide, Sheridan has the lowest number of veterans that use its services. The presentation said that this low use is the “perfect opportunity” to recommend changes to “more accurately align the unique needs of the Montana/Wyoming ...
6/22/2017
Terry Odom to stay on as permanent CEO A 25-year-old partnership between Powell Valley Healthcare and its management company is coming to an end. The Powell Valley Healthcare Board voted Wednesday to not renew the organization’s contract with HealthTech...
6/20/2017
Board of Trustees to re-evaluate, revise policies A significant increase in the amount of bad student debt that Northwest College will need to write off this year has school college leaders scratching their collective heads. For the July 2016 to June...
6/20/2017
For the first time, a Crow politician made the trip to witness the pipe ceremony during the tribe’s annual return to Foretop’s Father, the Crow name for Heart Mountain. Carlson “Duke” Goes Ahead, vice chairman of the Crow Council, traveled to The Nature...
6/20/2017
Elva is survived by Bonny (Bill) Rouse of Powell , Wyoming , granddaughter Georgette (Josh) Jordening of Gering, Nebraska, grandsons Byron (Jacque) Rouse of Huntley, Montana, Ryan Votapka of Bozeman, Montana, son-in-law Frank Votapka of...
6/19/2017
A 23-year-old kayak guide died in Yellowstone Lake on Wednesday while trying to rescue a client who had capsized. Guide Timothy Hayden Ryan Conant, of Salt Lake City, was part of a group that included nine clients and three guides, Yellowstone National...
6/15/2017
It’s been a wet year, with well above average snow and rain in the area. One benefit: The wildflowers are going nuts. It was a wonderful surprise for botanist Fernando Furquim as he arrived in Park County from Santiago, Brazil, late last month. Furquim...
6/15/2017
“We were afraid somebody was going to buy it and then shut off all access, and we just thought that would be a loss to the community,” said Katherine Thompson, The Nature Conservancy's northwest Wyoming program director. Located west of the Buffalo ......
5/30/2017
Cody Enterprise The fraud charges were the result of a lengthy, multi-agency investigation, according to a May 24 press release from John Green, acting U.S. Attorney for the Wyoming District. The Federal Bureau of Investigation, U.S. Bureau of Health...
5/26/2017
Powell Tribune Terresa Humphries-Wadsworth walks from Cody to Powell on Saturday in honor of Armed Forces Day. In September, she will walk from the Wyoming Veterans Memorial Park in Cody to the Wyoming State Capitol Building in Cheyenne — over 400...
5/26/2017