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Feds to decide which route will receive subsidy

Cody airport officials are asking the federal government to continue subsidizing winter flights to Salt Lake City — although a proposal to provide service to Denver would be hundreds of thousands dollars cheaper.

There are times the parking lot at the check station is overflowing with trucks with antlers peeking out of the beds of trucks and trailers carrying horses. Happy hunters show their harvests. But while the mood is usually light, this is serious business.

Sample the Season on Thursday night

With Thanksgiving right around the corner, Powell is kicking off the holiday season this week with Sample the Season.

Three officers and a dispatcher at the Powell Police Department were recognized Monday for exhibiting “prompt and alert actions in the line of duty” that helped save three lives earlier this year.

If you don’t believe in Santa, you haven’t met Sally Montoya.

At age 87, Montoya’s house is filled with toys. Around Powell she has several “workshops” stuffed with more. And she has about two dozen elves. (They might prefer to be called volunteers.)

Attorneys general from 45 states and the District of Columbia have accused Cody Laboratories’ parent company of conspiring with its competitors to fix the price of an antibiotic.

Park County had a couple more decades to pay back the roughly $2.5 million that it borrowed from the state government to reclaim some of its old landfill trash pits.

At sunrise on the morning of the Wyoming pheasant opener, a light dusting of fresh snow covered the fields east of Powell. Jeff Capron and his father, Bob, jumped out of their truck excited to start hunting — just like they’ve been doing for more than three decades. Prince followed right behind, excited for his first hunt.

Eagle Pass lies along the southern boundary of Yellowstone National Park, near Eagle Peak, which at 11,372 feet is the highest spot in Yellowstone. It’s not easy to reach, but photojournalist Joe Riis figured it would be a good spot for a remote camera as part of his efforts to document wildlife migrations around the park.

Living close to Yellowstone National Park has its advantages. Many local residents venture to the park throughout the year — some even moved to the area to be near the natural beauty of northwest Wyoming. But the price may be going up.

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