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Flames billow out of an open bay door. The husk of a bus sits inside, yellow paint peeling away to reveal the scorched steel beneath as firefighters try desperately to wrangle the fire at the Powell bus barn. 

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Preparation for potential was a common theme expressed by those who participated at Tuesday’s bear spray giveaway run by Wyoming Game and Fish at the Stampede Rodeo Grounds.

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Voters who need or want to vote via absentee ballot can do so now. The absentee voting period opened last week, and any registered voter can request an absentee ballot now through Nov. 2, the day before the election.

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The Cody School Board approved nearly a half-million dollars in technology acquisitions for more equipment to improve their distance and virtual learning offerings in a Sept. 15 meeting.

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LARAMIE (AP) – The University of Wyoming is developing plans to address a $42.3 million budget cut over the next two years because state revenues are declining due to the coronavirus pandemic and a downturn in the coal, oil and natural gas industries.

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Construction cones and signs redirect traffic at the 16th and Sheridan intersection on Monday morning. One lane of traffic will flow east-west on Sheridan through the intersection during the work, while 16th Street south is closed.

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Jax Finley, 7, wandered down Sheridan Avenue, observing artists along the sidewalk paint in front of businesses.

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Yellowstone Regional Airport is looking for a new director after signing a separation agreement with Bob Hooper.

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A modification to a public health order last week by Gov. Mark Gordon allows schools to offer their full slate of sports this winter. 

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The residents of Clark, Wapiti, South Fork, Garland and the Heart Mountain area will get their polling places back. That was the decision made by the Park County commissioners at their meeting Tuesday.

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Hayley Reed rides Mellow Yellow during the Boot and Bottle Club Trail Horse Challenge on Saturday. The event is a fundraiser for the club, which supports desensitization training for members’ horses. There were 18 obstacles set up, with riders are judged on horsemanship and time.

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Black bear hunters are alerted that the fall black bear season in hunt areas 3 and 4 closed at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday, Sept. 13. The closed areas are located in the Bighorn Mountains.

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JACKSON (WNE) — Despite a lack of in-park lodging due to COVID-19, Grand Teton National Park reported the second highest number of recreational visits — an estimated 710,198 — on record for August.

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The Shoshone National Forest has released a travel management plan that could close popular snowmobiling areas and transition many roads to trails.

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A California man was sentenced to 30 days in jail after he was found guilty of driving on the wrong side of the road and failing to report property damage of more than $1,000, among other charges. He pleaded guilty to driving his employer’s black Ford F-150 off the North Fork Highway and lea…