Author: andrew-rossi

The Bighorn Basin is home to one of the coolest places on earth, according to kids. The Wyoming Dinosaur Center in Thermopolis made the TIME for Kids list of the World’s Coolest Places in 2019. The list includes destinations that are mix of educational, innovative, and just plain fun. The Dinosaur Center was the only…

The rest of 2019 is all downhill – and that’s a good thing. The 77th ski season awakens the Sleeping Giant Ski Area this Friday, December 13th. This is the 10th season since Cody stepped in to help fund much need improvements and save the popular resort from deteriorating into abandonment and closure. Through the…

Don’t shoot that badger! Wyoming Game and Fish sends a friendly reminder to anyone considering the expulsion of these critters from their property. In the State of Wyoming, badgers are considered fur-bearing animals. They fall under the same fur-bearing animal hunting or trapping license required for any of the other fur-bearing wildlife in the state.…

If you need help paying your gas bill this winter, the Wyoming Department of Family Services is offering help. The Department of Family Services is now accepting applications for the Wyoming Low Income Energy Assistance Program, a federal fund that helps Wyoming residents pay residential gas bills from November to April. You may even get…

A new program has been created to help kids beat vaping. The Wyoming Department of Health has partnered with National Jewish Health – the largest nonprofit tobacco quit line provider in the nation – to create My Life, My Quit. This is a free resource that Wyoming teens can access either by phone or online.…

The bid has been awarded for 2020’s $4.93 million dollar Sheridan Avenue project. S&S Builders LLC of Gillette was awarded the Sheridan Avenue concrete rehabilitation project on November 21st. The project be done several phases, all between 10th Street and Stampede Avenue. This is the first significant maintenance on Sheridan Avenue to be undertaken in…

It may have been the Border War – but that didn’t stop law enforcement from forming alliances against drunk driving. For the 5th straight year, several law enforcement agencies from Wyoming and Colorado border communities joined forces for a multi-state impaired driving enforcement operation on November 22nd during the 111th University of Wyoming – Colorado…

Cody can finally review the autopsy of Cody Labs. The sudden closure of Cody Labs this past summer caused a panic in town. James Klessens, CEO of Forward Cody, says nobody took the loss harder than he did, but it’s important to remember that this isn’t the first time a major employer has fallen –…

Several local professionals from various field and backgrounds came together to learn how to respond in the event of a crisis. They were all participating in FEMA’s Public Information Officer Program, a two-day course in how to communicate information to the public and the press. Pat Gerdes, Managing Director of The Blue Cell LLC, a…

Wyoming’s Adult Education program is one of the nation’s best. The U.S. Department of Education Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education administration and the National Reporting System ranked Wyoming’s program 7th in the nation’s among st adult education programs. Wyoming’s Adult Education program is jointly offered by all of the state’s community colleges, including…


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