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 By Mark Davis    News    February 2, 2023

The Wild Kingdom comes to Park County

POWELL -Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom has been resurrected and the show's producers have picked two area ranches' black-footed ferret conservation efforts to highlight in the first season.  When...

 By Mark Davis    News    December 29, 2022

Leroy the holiday Holstein delivers Christmas spirit to Rock Creek Ranch

POWELL -At the Rock Creek Ranch in the Clarks Fork Canyon, Leroy, the nearly 2-ton ranch "mooscot," still has free run of the iconic ranch land. And now he has developed a taste for Christmas.  "He l...


Four athletes involved in grizzly mauling talk about group effort to save teammates

POWELL —Brady Lowry noticed bear scat as he walked with three fellow Northwest College wrestling teammates along a hillside on the South Fork. They were searching for shed antlers — one of their...

 By Mark Davis    News    September 8, 2022

Powell resident aims to help those suffering from mental illness

POWELL- The family of Thomas "TG" Howard wanted to make sure they didn't hide his mental illness and depression, listing it as his cause of death in his obituaries. It was important to find a positive...


Flooding forces evacuation of Yellowstone

POWELL - Unprecedented rain, combined with fast melting late season snow, has flooded nearby communities and forced the closure and evacuation of Yellowstone National Park and nearby attractions. Visi...

 By Mark Davis    News    April 29, 2021

Zebra mussel strike team formed

POWELL — After years of diligently manning aquatic invasive species checkpoints with trained inspectors, testing water systems and preparing for the worst, invasive zebra mussels were delivered to Wyoming via first class mail. For more than a decad...

 By Mark Davis    News    January 6, 2021

Wyoming parks increase their fees

POWELL — As the sun came up on the new year Friday, a series of significant fee increases took effect at Wyoming’s state parks. All fees are increasing, from single day use passes to annual permits, with some increasing as much as 60%. For...

 By Mark Davis    News    April 29, 2020

Sage grouse numbers expected to fall

POWELL - Greater sage grouse numbers are expected to continue dropping across the West for the fourth year in a row, alarming scientists and conservation officials. It also raises questions of...


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