Former lawmaker cites ‘sloppy bookkeeping’ The plea deal offered to former state lawmaker and prosecutor Sam Krone — for stealing more than $9,600 from the local bar association — was a lenient one, the presiding judge said last week. “You are getting,...
20 hours ago
Local kids ringing doorbells tomorrow night won’t be looking for candy, but rather, something more nutritious. Youth will collect food donations for Powell Valley Loaves and Fishes around Powell from 5:30-8 p.m. Wednesday as part of the 31st annual Fall...
20 hours ago
Sheridan Media (press release) The Powell Tribune reports the Wyoming Department of Transportation, at the request of Gov. Matt Mead and members of Wyoming's congressional delegation, is pushing to get more Yellowstone residents and workers to follow...
23 hours ago
Nearly everyone 6 months or older should receive a flu vaccine each year, says the Wyoming Department of Health. One dose ... Bill Crampton, Park County public health nurse manager, hopes for a turnout in Cody similar to that in Powell earlier this...
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Three years ago, the residents of Yellowstone National Park claimed one of their rights as Wyoming citizens: state-funded educations for their children. Now, the State of Wyoming wants to ensure those who live and work in Yellowstone fulfill one...
10/12/2017
Numbers have historically been tied to state’s unemployment rate Preliminary data indicates that enrollment at Northwest College may have dipped a little from last year. Current fall enrollment at NWC sits at 1,677 students, 1,535 of whom are considered...
10/12/2017
When taking roll call in Powell classrooms, 1,835 students are present this year. Park County School District No. 1 saw an increase of about 1.4 percent — or 25 students — in enrollment this fall. “We’ve been steadily enrolling [students],” said Jay...
10/10/2017
Informal meetings an invitation to discuss management options, hunting Before making decisions on how to best manage grizzly bears in the state, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department plans to host “scoping meetings” to discuss the issue with the...
10/10/2017
Getting a new electronic sign for the Powell Valley Chamber of Commerce will be a community-wide effort. Local governments and organizations have already pledged around $13,750 toward the new reader board, which is expected to cost around $23,000. Now,...
10/10/2017
Powell resident again one of the first to harvest a wolf When Mike Hirsch woke up Saturday and found no injunctions on the state’s wolf hunt, he went and purchased a tag. Hirsch didn’t scout the area he planned to hunt on Sunday; he knew the wolves...
10/5/2017
Powell Tribune Powell Middle School students (from left) Guadalupe Hernandez (in background), Brent Childers, Camryn Patton and Kailiokalani Wisniewski take a test on Friday morning in their science class. In the 2017 PAWS exams last spring, Powell ...
10/3/2017