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Following months of investigation and review, the Cody Police Department has reinstated an officer who was accused of being overly aggressive with a teen last winter. Longtime Cody Officer Blake … more
Greater sage grouse lek attendance saw a 15% increase over 2022, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department reports. “The appearance of more birds at leks, or breeding grounds, is thought to be … more
When Anne Young and her recently departed husband Jim Nielson were named Cody Region Landowner of the Year recipients, she was surprised. She may have been the only one, considering the … more
Powell schools continued to perform well on the state’s standardized test during the 2022-2023 school year. Several student cohorts saw double digit increases in the last three years on … more
Few athletes can say they are world champions. Fewer still can boast having two family members with world titles. The latter rare feat was performed by the father-daughter duo of Devin and … more
CASPER (WNE) — Another public meeting on Rocky Mountain Power’s historic rate hike proposals is set for Oct. 12 in Casper.  Rocky Mountain Power, Wyoming’s largest … more
Preparations to sell the public on the renewal of the county’s lodging tax in 2024 are already well underway. At last week’s Park County Commission meeting, Cody Country Chamber of … more
Robyn Cutter with the Park County Archives will be hosting a program with Rev Realty on the History of the Cody Trading Company and what came afterwards. The program will be held Oct. 17 at noon … more
Potential Northwest College students are invited to attend NWC’s annual Preview Day, scheduled for Friday, Nov. 17, from 8:30 a.m.-2 p.m. The one-day showcase allows students who are exploring … more
Every fall in mid-to-late October the irrigation districts in the Cody/Powell area shut down the water flow into their canals. As this happens, fish are trapped in the decreasing water flows. The … more
The Park County Republican Party is preparing to host its marquee fundraising event of the year, a Patriots’ Day Dinner. With a theme of “Diamonds and Denim,” the event will … more
Bighorn Canyon is hosting volunteer Greg Jones on National Fossil Day, Oct. 11. Jones will be giving a geology walk at Barry’s Landing along the fossil wall near the parking lot. The … more
Money to combat the nation’s opioid crisis continues to flow into Wyoming, recently in the form of $1.95 million from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. That’s on top of the … more
The fluid mineral industry’s immense influence in Wyoming was on full display Thursday as the state’s top five elected officials finalized a controversial gas lease in the pinch point of … more
When Bill Long founded the Wyoming Wetlands Society in 1986, he did so as a precaution; “in case the trumpeter swan population in Yellowstone crashed,” he said. Trumpeter swans in … more
What qualifies a student as homeless? To answer this question and as a result provide more students with access to equal opportunity in education, the Wyoming Department of Education has suggested … more
The Powell Police Department plans to soon add another K-9 to its ranks. On Monday, the Powell City Council approved a $17,000 budget amendment that will allow the department to acquire a second … more
Big game and agriculture overlays and 20 acre lot size minimums were top concerns of the vast majority of people who spoke Tuesday at a public hearing on the proposed Park County Land Use Plan. … more
“Oh goody Mommy, we can have biscuits and gravy,” a young boy said after he and his mother received a box of free groceries. It was a remark a volunteer had heard after taking a box … more
A worker for local contractor Groathouse Construction was life flighted to Billings after falling from the new Northwest College Student Center construction site Tuesday morning. And of Tuesday … more
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