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Sweet centennial: Western Sugar celebrates 100 years of sugar manufacturing

“This factory has meant a lot to this valley from Cody to Greybull,” said Ric Rodriguez, a Powell farmer and vice-chairman of the Western Sugar Cooperative Board of Directors. The Lovell plant alone brings an annual economic impact of $33.7 … more

Game and Fish ponders how grizzlies will be regulated if delisted

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s Thursday evening public meeting in Cody covered Wyoming draft grizzly bear regulations, not actual hunting rules if the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service removes Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem grizzly bears from … more

Expect no new gun control measures in Wyoming, local lawmakers say

“I don’t think there’s any question there’ll be gun bills, but I don’t think they’ll be geared towards gun control,” state Rep. Sam Krone, R-Cody, said in a recent appearance on KODI-AM’s “Speak Your Piece.” “I think it’ll … more

Boy Scouts survive rafting crash on North Fork

Two inflatable rafts containing four adults and 10 juveniles from the Buffalo Bill Boy Scout camp flipped on the North Fork of the Shoshone River in an area known as “Devil’s Elbow.”   The call came into the Park County Sheriff’s … more

For local war veteran, dog provides help and healing

“A lot of folks might look upon those as small things, but realistically, for a lot of veterans, it’s situations like that — when the dog disrupts a situation, let’s them know that they are there — it’s priceless,” says Vanata, who … more
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