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Both Cody residents charged with first-degree murder in the death of Paisleigh Williams pleaded “not guilty” in a case where the verdict is life or death. 30-year-old Moshe Williams and 28-year-old Carolyn Aune each pleaded not guilty to counts of first-degree murder during a May 5 hearing in Park County District Court. It begins a…

It’s a race to the finish line for construction on Sheridan Avenue, with W.Y.D.O.T. and construction crews confident they’ll reach the mid-June deadline. The Sheridan Avenue rehabilitation project is within a month of its conclusion, after a year of intense work to completely overhaul the road, sidewalks, and crosswalks. 2021 threw numerous construction delays at…

Governor Mark Gordon announced Wyoming will end its participation in federal supplemental unemployment benefits to address workforce shortages. The programs were made available through federal laws initiated in response to the pandemic and include Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act and Continued Assistance to Unemployed Workers Act of 2020. As of June 19,…

After weeks of voting, Cody secures its place as one of the most artistic places in the nation but misses the supreme spot on USA Today’s Reader’s Choice list. USA Today enlisted the American people to vote in one of their 10 Best Readers Choice lists for 2021. Travel experts select 20 nominees in contests…

Both Yellowstone and Grand Teton used the pandemic to their advantage as their superintendents prepare for another year of projects and people in Wyoming. During the latest Cody Club Lunch, there were two guest speakers: Cam Sholly, Superintendent of Yellowstone National Park, and Palmer “Chip” Jenkins, Jr., the newly appointed superintendent of Grand Teton National…

The latest beneficiary of the skills of the Park County Search and Rescue team was the Shoshone River, as discarded culverts were cleared from the North Fork. The Park County Sheriff’s office released the details of Search and Rescue’s latest mission. It involved community clean-up rather than citizen safety but is no less valuable. On…

Park County School District #6 has confirmed that two staff members tested positive, but there is “no intention of going back” to mandatory masks in Cody. Park County School District #6 Superintendent Peg Monteith confirmed that two staff at Cody Middle School tested positive for COVID-19. Their positions in the school have not been disclosed.…

Transparency is a priority for our local government, which makes the endeavor to give citizens easy access to the information we need and want is Clearly Cody. As promised, the City of Cody launched its new website on Friday, May 7. Clearly Cody is all about transparency and accountability for local government, particularly when it…

The University of Wyoming receives over $3 million from the Department of Energy to further the production of rare-earth elements and other critical minerals. This funding is part of the nation’s continued efforts to transition to clean energy. Rare earth minerals are vital to manufacturing batteries, magnets, and other components in clean energy. The United…

Greybull gets its rest area back – temporarily, at least, thanks to an order from Governor Gordon to prepare Wyoming for its annual influx of summer tourists. At the direction of Governor Mark Gordon, the Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) and Wyoming Office of Tourism (WOT) are partnering to reopen and operate several previously closed…


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