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After the Jan. 8 public forum chair Kelly Simone said Tuesday’s regular board meeting would involve discussion on a survey and what questions to include.
After months of discussion, analysis and multiple architectural evaluations, the Northwest College Board of Trustees voted last week to move ahead with proposed repairs to water-damaged Cody Hall.
Sparks flew last week as a Park County committee considered dozens of public comments on a draft proposal for the future management of a portion of the McCullough Peaks.
A faulty electrical outlet is thought to be responsible for a house fire that claimed the life of a local man Saturday night in rural Powell.
A suspect in a murder that took place sometime in the afternoon or early evening hours of Thursday, Jan. 4, at Rose City West apartments in Lovell made his first court appearance in Basin on Monday. During his initial appearance, the suspect, Donald Joe Crouse, a resident of Lovell, was charged with premeditated first-degree murder. Crouse is currently being held at the Big Horn County Detention Center in Basin on a $1 million cash bond. [ 618 more words ]
The five-member board chose vice chair Loren Grosskopf to succeed Lee Livingston at the commission helm.
Lovell Police Officer Matt Koritnik fell in love with the Special Olympics and the organization’s athletes about seven years ago, and now the longtime Wyoming organizer and volunteer is to be honored as one of an elite group of individuals carrying the torch for the USA Games this summer in Seattle. Koritnik is one of a few volunteers who will serve as “Guardians of the Flame” and escort the Special Olympics Flame of Hope on a journey across Washington state for the final leg of the Law Enforcement Torch Run (LETR) before the USA Games begin in July. [ 627 more words ]
At the Dec. 19 meeting, the Cody School Board agreed to allow time for slight revisions to a policy that, if approved, would grant paraprofessionals with substitute teaching licenses to be used as a last resort if no other substitutes are available to teach a class for the day.
Researchers at the University of Montana say proposed fee increases at Yellowstone National Park would drive down visitation and cause gateway communities to lose millions of dollars worth of business from tourists.