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POWELL (WNE)  — Vaccines meant to help prevent monkeypox are now available on a limited, targeted basis across the state, according to the Wyoming Department of Health (WDH).  Public health experts are tracking an outbreak of monkeypox that has spread across several countries that don’t normally...
POWELL (WNE) – The preliminary trial of Joseph Underwood, who is charged with mutilating or disposing of a dead human body to conceal a felony offense, has been delayed.  Underwood also faces charges of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, interference with a peace officer and fleeing or...
POWELL (WNE) — When Preston Randolph’s name was called out as the winner of an Emmy last Saturday, he was in Cody surrounded by his family.  He had an invitation for the swanky red-carpet event, yet he chose to be in his living room watching the live-stream of the awards ceremony with his wife,...
CASPER (WNE) – Two people died Thursday when a small plane crashed in the Bighorn National Forest, the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office reported Sunday.  The plane went down en route to Buffalo from Powell. It ignited a wildfire that, as of Friday afternoon, had burned about an acre of forest near...

Sarah Wormald, of Powell, hands out meals to volunteers as they work to help Red Lodge residents recover from the destruction from flood waters. Wormald was one of several volunteers from Powell who went to Red Lodge to feed workers as they helped the town recover from the flood. (Photo by Mark Davis, Powell Tribune)

POWELL — On June 17 before sunrise, volunteers started arriving in downtown Powell to load their vehicles with supplies prior to heading north in an 11-County convoy. They forged their way to flood-ravaged Red Lodge to show support for residents and volunteers with free food, drinks and a heaping...
POWELL (WNE) — A popular bill would give hunters who are unsuccessful in acquiring a tag in limited quota draws the option of donating application fees back to the Wyoming Wildlife and Natural Resource Trust and/or to the Game and Fish Department to be used for sportsperson access projects and...
SHERIDAN — A bill to continue greater sage grouse bird farming — a controversial practice adopted by Wyoming in 2017 in addition to other conservation efforts for the sage grouse — passed a third reading in the Senate Friday. Now received for introduction in the House, if passed, the bill would...
Remains of missing Texas woman found in Cody   POWELL (WNE) — The remains of a 29-year-old woman who’d been missing for weeks were found Monday in Cody.  On Wednesday, police identified the deceased as Rachel Sirman of Texas. Cody police said they’d had “intermittent contact” with Sirman between...
Stamp collecting has turned into a lifetime hobby and a source of education form Powell resident West Learned. Learned collects stamps from around the world but one of the areas he focuses on his stamps from Hungary. His expertise in the field has earned him a post as treasurer of the Society of Hungarian Philately. (Photo by Dave Bonner, Powell Tribune)

 

Love affair with stamps earns Powell man international post   By Dave Bonner Powell Tribune Via Wyoming News Exchange   POWELL — A post-World War II uprising in Hungary attracted the attention of a 12-year-old Powell boy and inspired a life of stamp collecting. ...

Recycled boats grace the skyline on a hill overlooking U.S. Highway 310 north of Frannie. The sculpture was created by an area artist who hopes it will remind viewers of the value of time with family and friends.   Photo by Mark Davis, Powell Tribune.

Artist changes the Frannie landscape with new art installations   By Mark Davis Powell Tribune Via Wyoming News Exchange   POWELL — An area artist going by the pseudonym Greg Wymoing — no, that’s not a typo — wants you to think. And smile.  He recently installed a sculpture — “Hull’s Half Acre: A...

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