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 By Mark Davis    News    October 3, 2019

NWC students join the fight against CWD

POWELL — As chronic wasting disease marches its way across Wyoming, Northwest College students are pitching in to help battle the disease. NWC’s biology department and the Wyoming Game and Fish Department are collaborating to test a higher... Full story

 
 By Mark Davis    News    September 5, 2019

Gold prospectors still panning in Wyoming

POWELL - Jan Earle can still remember the first time she saw color - flakes of gold - in the bottom of her pan. "It was like finding a lost ring or a diamond. Or seeing a spectacular butterfly for... Full story

 
 By Mark Davis    News    July 18, 2019

Earthquakes, not volcano, biggest Yellowstone threat, says expert

POWELL — The world’s foremost expert on the Yellowstone caldera and the national park’s geophysical characteristics has a sense of humor. “I want you to visit Yellowstone before it visits you,” Robert V. Smith quipped at a recent... Full story

 
 By Mark Davis    News    November 9, 2018

UW students handle Cody mammoth research

POWELL — Like a huge puzzle, young scientists at the University of Wyoming are attempting to piece together how a mammoth died outside of Cody centuries ago. They’re recording as much information as they can about the animal’s life in Park...

 
 By Mark Davis    Sports    August 1, 2018

New Yellowstone head promises job won't be political

POWELL - It's a tough way to get a job. As Cameron "Cam" Sholly prepares to move to his new offices as director at Yellowstone National Park, some have suggested the move is being made under a dark...

 
 By Mark Davis    Sports    July 4, 2018

Meeteetse camp teaches rodeo, faith

MEETEETSE - As cows and their calves neared branding pens, their pressed bays echoed through the valleys of the 91 Ranch in the foothills of the Absaroka Range. A group of riders appeared at the top...

 
 By Mark Davis    News    March 23, 2018

Officials try to control horse populations

POWELL — The four mares and a foal moved slowly as they browsed through Mustang Flats, with at least two ears up at all time. Joseph — a magnificent stallion of colonial Spanish descent — followed his mares, keeping a wary eye on the horizon....

 

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