POWELL – After a hiatus in 2021, Heart Mountain Interpretive Center will again host its annual Winter Program Series during the months of January, February, and March. Heart Mountain staff will present three programs: “In the Northern Country” on Jan. 29; “Disability and Displacement” Feb. 2…
The 2022 officers for Park County Master Gardeners are co-Presidents Katherine Clarkson (Cody meetings) and Nancy Ryan (Powell meetings), Recording Secretary Linda Pettengill and Treasurer Brian Beauvais.
Ucross, a prestigious artist residency program, announced recently the publication of “The Ucross Cookbook: Cooking for Artists on a Wyoming Ranch” (Jan. 18; Hardcover; 216 pages; $40.00). “The Ucross Cookbook” is available at ucross.org, as well as select independent bookstores and shops in…
Mullets and mayhem may have ruled the concert venues in the 1980s, but this weekend Cody Middle School students will take over the stage to put their twist on an iconic Broadway musical that has had audience members dancing in the isles for the past decade.
An audition will be held for the Missoula Children’s Theatre’s production of “The Emperor’s New Clothes” on Jan. 24 at the Cody Middle School commons from 3:45-5:45 p.m. Those auditioning should arrive at 3:30-3:45 p.m. and plan to stay for the full two hours. Some of the cast members will …
The 2022 Northwest Crop Symposium, is 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Jan. 20 at the fairgrounds in Powell. Speakers are Dr. Bart Stevens with the USDA’s Northern Plains Agriculture Research Center and Montana producer Don Steinbeiser.
The Cody Trolley Tours again held its Cody Christmas Decorating Contest alongside its holiday trolley tours, which took riders on a tour of many of the town’s best decorated buildings.
Get started on those 2022 reading goals with an extra incentive from the Park County Libraries. Each library will be participating in a Winter Reading Challenge from Jan. 18-Feb. 28.
Science fiction author Ursula K. Le Guin (1929-2018) once wrote, “I think the imagination is the single most useful tool mankind possesses. It beats the opposable thumb. I can imagine living without my thumbs, but not without my imagination.”
Jayson Erickson (right), of Meeteetse, was recently named a Wyoming 4-H Honors Member, which takes a minimum of seven years to achieve. Powell Extension Office manager Sabina Wyse (left) hands Erickson, an Upper Greybull 4-H Club member, his jacket.
The National Association of Flight Instructors recently announced that NAFI member Benjamin Adnip, of Cody, earned accreditation as an NAFI Master Flight Instructor. This is Atnip’s third NAFI Master Accreditation.
Park County Libraries is kicking off the New Year with a January filled with activities. All three libraries are currently holding a Seed Logo Contest. We are looking for a design to be the logo for the Park County Library Seed Libraries. Entries are due by 5 p.m. Jan. 15. Please see our web…
Because being a caregiver for loved ones who need help can be emotionally, physically and financially exhausting, at the same time it is also rewarding and important. Support is available for many Wyoming caregivers through the Wyoming Department of Health.
SHERIDAN — On Dec. 22, Hayley Bachel celebrated the day she got a second chance at life. She calls it her kidney-versary, and since 2016, she has spent six additional holiday seasons with her daughters — ones she wasn’t sure she would see.
On the morning of Dec. 18, six cadets and two senior members from the Yellowstone Regional Composite Squadron of Civil Air Patrol and a few community members braved the chilly temperatures to lay wreaths on veterans’ graves in Powell and Cody.
Would you answer this job offering? Wanted a person willing to work all hours of the day and night, seven days a week, no vacation, personal days or holidays. There is no salary, bonus or 401K plan. There is no supervisor or on-the-job training.
The Colt revolver has been featured in countless Western films, creating a powerful mystique that has captivated and inspired the public through legends and tales of heroism.
The Big Horn Basin Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution recently presented its Distinguished Service Award to former U.S. Sen. Alan Simpson. The award is given annually to a “person who has shown patriotic leadership in their community.”
Bureau of Land Management Geologist Gretchen Hurley has received a national BLM Director Award for her efforts to reclaim the abandoned uranium mines on Little Mountain in Wyoming’s northern Bighorn Mountains between 2006 and 2020.
POWELL – Heart Mountain Interpretive Center invites educators to apply for a professional development workshop focused on the 80th anniversary of Executive Order 9066, to be held on February 19, 2022. The workshop will be hosted at the interpretive center and is free to attend, but registrat…