Author: andrew-rossi

Want a free lunch? All that’s required is a single live-saving donation . . . January 20th – 23rd is the Cody Community Blood Drive at the Cody VFW Post 2673. During the winter chill, blood donations drop dramatically while trauma and need rises. Blood donors play a vital role in ensuring blood is available…

Two citizens were officially honored by Yellowstone’s superintendent, but for an unorthodox reason. This past September, Frank and Terry Dinovi were staying at the Mammoth Campground. While there, Terry, a registered nurse, witnessed an incident of apparent child abuse and neglect. Being trained to identify child abusers and their victims, Terry and Frank reported their…

The time has come, once again, for women to stand for what they believe Wyoming Rising announces plans for their annual Women’s March tomorrow, January 18. This is the fourth annual Women’s March that Wyoming Rising has sponsored. This year’s theme is “March for a Better America. “It addresses the problems and opportunities women have…

Are you a range cattle rancher? Then the Wyoming Beef Council wants you. The Council has announced that they have an upcoming vacancy for a producer of range cattle, open to any Wyoming producer. The current holder of the position, Lacee Sims of Evanston, is ending her term at the end of June 2020 and…

One group has voiced their opposition to the tolling of I-80. In response to reports the Wyoming Legislature – specifically the Transportation, Highways and Military Affairs Committee – has introduced legislation allowing for tolling on I-80, the Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association has written a letter against the proposition. The Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association is the…

There are ways to save more wildlife. Slower speed limits aren’t doing it. A new, first-of-its-kind study released by the Nature Conservancy refutes the commonly-held belief that lowering speed limits lowers the fatalities. The study, undertaken in conjunction with the Wyoming Department of Transportation, chose six highway crossings along mule deer migration routes and winter…

The Wyoming Business Council is now looking to help you preserve the past. The Council is accepting pre-applications for anyone who owns a historical, commercial building located in downtown districts to see if they qualify for the Historic Architecture Assistance Fund.  There will be no funding available for physical repairs or the purchase of buildings…

There’s a different kind of weather forecast for 2020 available. The Bureau of Reclamation Office in Billings has released their snow-melt predictions for the entire Bighorn River Basin. The report lists the forecasted acre-feet of water for six major bodies of water in the Basin – Bighorn Lake, Boysen Reservoir, Bull Lake Reservoir, Bull Lake…

Why does Park County suddenly need a coroner’s office? Actually, it’s needed one for years – we’ve been lucky enough to avoid the cost so far Recent news that the Park County Commissioners are now constructing a coroner’s office has rankled some in the county, but Commissioner Lloyd Thiel says that this is a addressing…

We might call it Rattlesnake Mountain, but several organizations spent 2019 making it a lot less deadly for Cody’s wildlife. It doesn’t just serve as one of the iconic peaks of Cody – Rattlesnake Mountain is considered high-quality year-round habitat for elk, moose, mule and whitetail deer, black bear, grizzly bear, blue grouse and turkey.…


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