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Wyoming’s Office of Tourism is celebrating the 150th anniversary of women’s suffrage this year, declaring 2019 the “Year of Wyoming Women.” On Dec. 10, 1869, the Wyoming territory became the first in U.S. history to grant women the right to vote and hold public office – more than 50 years prior to the ratification of…

Authorities allege that a man who escaped from a Wyoming corrections center was assisted by a staff member and is traveling with her. The Casper Star-Tribune reports Richard Fountaine is still missing after he left the Casper Re-Entry Center on Dec. 28. Fountaine was convicted of burglary in Park County in June of 2017 and…

Drivers in downtown Cody are cautioned that there has been a change in the traffic patterns at the corner of 12th and Rumsey. Yesterday, the City of Cody erected two more stop signs at that intersection, making it now a four-way stop. Public Works Director Philip Bowman told KODI News in November that concerns had…

The Cody Stampede Board has issued a public statement in response to the public’s reaction to an incident that transpired in Las Vegas that has resulted in division among board members and the local Nite Rodeo contractor. Allegations have been made that a man who has ties to the Stampede Board made racist and sexually…

Too much sugar consumption can lead to many health dangers, including obesity, diabetes, heart disease and cancer… and it is one of the most addictive substances on the planet! So how do you break the hold that sugar has on you? I’m Wendy Corr, with your Daily Wellness Tip! If you are overweight, crave sugar…

Fatalities on Wyoming’s roadways are down in 2018, and the Wyoming Department of Transportation and Wyoming Highway Patrol are working to get the word out to drivers to finish out the year safely. Bill Panos, WYDOT director, extended a Happy New Year wish to residents, but added that in order to improve safety on Wyoming’s…

Man who was arrested for burglary in Cody has escaped from the lockdown unit of a Casper halfway house. 29-year-old Richard Thomas Fountaine the second was discovered missing from a secure unit of the Casper Re-Entry Center following a facility count at about 9:45 p.m. Friday, according to a press release from the Wyoming Department…

Flags that have been at half staff since the death of President George H.W. Bush can now be flown high once again. Governor Matt Mead’s office sent out a press release yesterday, reminding residents and businesses to return U.S. and State of Wyoming flags to full-staff. Flags have been at half-staff in honor of President…

The winter storm that began blowing through Wyoming yesterday has closed roads in the Bighorn Basin and throughout the state. According to the Wyoming Travel Information Map, all roads out of Cody are listed as slick with snowfall, strong winds, blowing snow, and reduced visibility. But the road between Meeteetse and Thermopolis is closed both…


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