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Tina Hoebelheinrich, CEO of the Cody Country Chamber of Commerce, spoke about the Cody Cowboy Stroll and Lighted Parade that happened last Saturday.  Also, Tina talked about how business did on Small Business Saturday and what the Chamber has coming up for the Holiday Season.  

Tis the season to be on the lookout for drowsy drivers here in the Cowboy State.  Drowsy driving fatalities on Wyoming roads are six times the national average, according to a new study from the website Value Penguin dot com.   The new study, published by Lending Tree, says drowsy driving was the most prevalent…

Austin-based musician Jeff Plankenhorn returns to Cody on December 9th at the Colonel Venue and Cigar Lounge.  Jeff spoke about how he became a musician, rising through the ranks to be a sought-after guitar player in Austin and how he stumbled onto a solo career at 43.  

Despite a chilly, damp night, hundreds of people lined Sheridan Avenue in downtown Cody for the 30th annual Cody Cowboy Christmas Stroll and Lighted Parade on Saturday night. As people gathered on Sheridan Avenue while the sun set behind Rattlesnake and Cedar mountains, lights, hung on lamp posts, twinkled in the chilly air, giving off…

A festive mood pervaded Yellowstone Regional Airport on Saturday afternoon as dozens of children and adults gathered in heightened anticipation for the arrival of Santa Claus. Santa arrived at 3:55pm sharp thanks to Guardian Flight air service and could be heard saying, “Ho ho ho!” on the tarmac to the delight of the kids who…

Rene Huge, Gallery Director at the Cody Country Art League, spoke about current exhibits that are on display as well as which artists will be featured in December.  She also spoke about art classes for all ages and how to support the Cody Art League.  

Martin Kimmet, Park County GOP Chairman, and Vince Vanata, State Committeeman and District 5 Representative, spoke about the results of the mid-term elections, President Trump’s announcement that he is running for president again, and the State Meeting that was held in Casper.  

Karen Horner, Park County Library Director, spoke the ribbon cutting for the new outreach van as well as the latest on the new Powell library project.  She also spoke about the Library Foundation Winter Author Fest that’s coming up and the Grinch will visit the library and spread his Christmas cheer….as only the Grinch can.…

It’s a Christmas theme on SYP! Janie Curtis, owner of the Cody Santa Con Brew Fest, and Harold Wages and Nick Martin from Toys for Tots spoke about upcoming events, why people should donate and who in the community is helped by donations.  

Aura Sunada Newlin, Interim Director of the Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation, spoke about the re-release of the ground-breaking book by Douglas Nelson titled “Heart Mountain: The History of an American Concentration Camp.”  The book was originally released in 1968, but the updated edition includes a new chapter about the history of the Heart Mountain Wyoming…


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