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Former Gov. Mike Sullivan once called Wyoming “a small town with unusually long streets.” While that in one sense greatly oversimplifies an incredibly diverse state, from mountain … more
At the Powell Tribune we’re proud of producing a paper that not only has relevant, interesting stories, exciting pictures and useful advertising, but one that displays all of this information … more
Three years ago an Amish community started taking shape south of Powell. As it’s grown, Powell residents have had more chances to see horse drawn carriages going down the road — … more
When my family first moved to Cody in 2017, we made the most out of being close to Yellowstone, cruising the park and discovering the beauty of the North Fork. We also ran into all the tourist … more
As I was working on a story for our upcoming home improvement special section I happened to chat with a young woman only recently graduated from Northwest College. She was showing off how her … more
Years ago, when I still lived in Colorado, I was goose hunting with my father and brother at a leased blind in front of a mostly well frozen pond.  We put a decoy spread of standing geese … more
While the Northwest College student center construction nears the final stretch, fans of large building projects (such as my children when they were really young and loved excavators) will still be … more
When Gov. Mark Gordon signed the biennium budget for the state after the recent legislative session, he approved a budget that included a line that will help the Northwest College Foundation in its … more
The 2024 Budget Session is over and legislators have gone home, but this year they have unfinished business to attend to. The state Legislature should hold a special session to once again pass … more
Park County has a land use plan, and it seems everybody is unhappy with at least some aspects of it.  Sounds like a perfect compromise plan to me.  But I’ve … more
It’s understandable the Park County Commissioners tend to favor keeping solid public board members they’ve appointed on those boards when they’re interested in another term. … more
In 2008 I brought a classic New York-style cheesecake to a Super Bowl party with my fiancé’s brother and his family. My future brother-in-law was hoping to see history — the … more
Southside Elementary School students absolutely love French toast sticks — or cinnamon sticks, or sticks, or toast.  They love pancakes and, of course, cereal — especially the … more
For a bit there, I was pretty excited about a bill being considered in Cheyenne.  The thought of no longer paying property taxes? Sign me up.  House Bill 204 failed on third … more
A $100 bill remains an extraordinary piece of currency to hold. Even in an age of inflation, a Benjamin still represents some serious dough. These days, the bill is also a veritable work of art, … more
A funeral date is set for the celebration of a 33-year-old life taken too soon. Taken too soon from his wife and infant daughter. Taken from a family who saw their son battle an overseas war in … more
As this is being written Thursday morning, one of what I’m sure was one of the worst days in the history of Sheridan, and throughout the state, is over and a killing of a police officer that … more
Within the next couple of months expect to see notice of an open house for the armory, now the home of Northwest College’s career and technical, non degree programs such as CDL and machinery … more
After a near sleepless night on a hard-cushioned couch in a delivery room at a hospital in Athens, Georgia, I had the chance to see my wife hold our firstborn son for the first time. Soon after, I … more
Take a look at the Park County Land Use Plan just certified by the county’s planning and zoning commission. I dare you to look through it and not find something that makes you … more
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