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The June Fire on the North Fork grew to 2,000 acres by Wednesday night.
An unauthorized drone shut down firefighting aircraft during critical operations on Wednesday.
A chunk of vacant land north of Powell has been formally incorporated into the city by the Powell City Council, helping set the stage for future development.
Teacher Linda Morrison retired at the end of the school year after more than 30 years of turning on young minds in Big Horn County School District No. 2. Morrison served the students at Lovell Elementary School for most of her teaching career, except for one year teaching in Cowley and several years she took off to raise her children. Morrison earned her early childhood education degree at Brigham Young University in 1975. [ 605 more words ]
Planning to build? You might want to take a look at a new policy effective July 1st.
It only took several minutes of fierce wind to topple a decades-old tree on a Heart Mountain homestead Monday.
The massive cottonwood was uprooted in the fast-moving storm, which brought rain and strong wind gusts.
A Utah couple was injured after being “butted” by a bison this morning in Yellowstone National Park.
The new Lovell-Kane Museum is now open at its new location just north of the Lovell Area Chamber of Commerce building on Oregon Avenue in Lovell. The museum building – a house at 354 Oregon Ave. – was donated to the museum in February by Loretta Bischoff, who had used the home as a rental property for years. The home itself is historic, built in 1913, just seven years after Lovell was founded. [ 392 more words ]
Judge Steven Cranfill plans to retire next month. He looks back at his career in part one of two.
Byron Mayor Heidi Brightly conducted a work session with WyDOT (Wyoming Department of Transportation) before abruptly resigning at the beginning of the regular monthly meeting of the town council Tuesday evening. After briefly mentioning that there had been a lot of controversy lately surrounding matters involving the operations of the town, Brightly read aloud a letter announcing her resignation. She passed a copy of the letter to each of the four council members, who were all present for the meeting. [ 304 more words ]
When community garden organizer David Barton learned that he would undergo a major heart operation in April he wondered if the community garden he started with only a handful of volunteers last year would come together without his physical help. Barton, who is still recovering from a heart valve replacement, is under strict medical orders not to perform any “heavy work” or “repetitive tasks” until July -- that includes the plowing, planting and other hard work that goes into bringing the garden back to life in the spring months. [ 651 more words ]
Initially the proposed penalties from the IRS topped $60,000. Read more of the story below.
Two Yellowstone Fire soccer teams won state championships recently. Congrats to the 14U and 10U girls teams!