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Seven local men and women are facing felony charges for allegedly using methamphetamine in a filthy Cody home they were sharing with several young children.
Dozens of cattle recently died in the Shoshone National Forest along the Beartooth Highway after browsing on larkspur, a toxic plant that grows throughout the West.
A Cody man was arrested after leading law enforcement on a chase from Lovell to Riverton last week.
Nancey and Larry Blair went from crunching numbers and computer programming in Seattle to the careful handwork of tending a small vineyard when they moved onto their 18-acre property in the countryside near Cowley. And they are enjoying every moment of the lifestyle change. The couple has family in nearby Powell and in Brodus, Mont., so it made sense when they decided to purchase property in the beautiful location on Cannery Road outside of Cowley. [ 845 more words ]
After a series of contentious public meetings featuring strong opposition from neighbors, Park County commissioners have allowed a woman to build a new group home west of Powell.
The Park County Sheriff's Office says David E. Williamson, 64, has been arrested on suspicion of second-degree murder in connection with the death of his wife, 65-year-old Shirley Williamson.
A group of parents and students made an impassioned plea recently to the Big Horn County School District No. 1 Board of Trustees to allow a combination agreement with Lovell High School that would permit a relatively small group of four boys from Rocky Mountain High School to play golf on the LHS golf team. Despite their pleas, the board of trustees voted against the idea at their regularly held board meeting on Aug. [ 485 more words ]
Facing three felonies, 10 misdemeanors and the prospect of a lengthy stint behind bars for allegedly selling prescription drugs and leading police on a high-speed chase, Robert J. Pedro treated a Wednesday court hearing as if it was a joke.
A judge has tossed out a Clark couple’s lawsuit, which alleged Powell school district officials conspired to take away their child last year.