Author: andrew-rossi

If you have any thoughts or ideas on the future of Cody, the time has come to show and tell. The Wyoming Business Council and University of Wyoming Extension will be facilitating the Cody Community Review, starting tonight and running until the 17th. There will a number of concurrent sessions in many different locations in…

Your 4th grader has a chance to take a free trip to any national park this year – all you have to do is print it out. Every Kids Outdoors! is a campaign designed to get 4th graders and their families engaged with the country’s public lands. With a pass, fourth graders can bring family…

The Wyoming Small Business Development Center Network has received national accreditation, thanks to its assistance to Wyoming’s entrepreneurs. The America’s Small Business Development Center Accreditation Committee voted to accredit the Wyoming Network with commendation and no conditions during their semiannual meeting in Long Beach, CA. The committee also granted technology accreditation to the Wyoming SBDC…

How do you protect your plants from sudden arctic chills? Just add water. The University of Wyoming Extension horticulture experts have a number to tips to help you preserve your plants from winter fronts like the one experienced this past week. As odd as it may sound, make sure to water your lawn and perennials…

The Wyoming Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources will be releasing a Request for Proposal for management of the concessionaires at Hot Springs State Park in Thermopolis. There are two concessionaries in the Park – the Star Plunge thermal pool and the Days Inn hotel, which have month-to-month leases with the State. The same…

Will Google Chrome be blocking your website? Starting in December, Google Chrome will begin blocking insecure and mixed content websites. Insecure websites and mixed content sites can leave you and your clients vulnerable to web hackers and identity theft without detection. Katrina Dargusch from Target Digital Solutions says that insecure sites and content are wormholes…

Does your furnace need a tune-up? Black Hills Energy reminds Cody residents that the best way to prepare for winter weather at home is to get your furnaces and roof vents checked. A certified heating, ventilation, and air conditioning specialist should inspect your heating and ventilation equipment once a year to ensure they are working…

A Jackson-based documentary production company will be screening their latest documentary at Northwest College tonight. JenTen Productions is screening their documentary Hearts of Glass at the college. The film is about the first fifteen months of operation at Vertical Harvest, the multi-story hydroponic greenhouse that opened in Jackson. One of the focuses of the film is how…

A Park County resident has been nationally recognized for his education work thru the University of Wyoming extension.   Jeremiah Vardiman, northwest area extension educator in agriculture and horticulture, received and Achievement Award at the September National Association of County Agricultural Agents conference in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Vardiman was selected by his peers and director…

In the middle of Wyoming’s first big snowfall this season, the National Weather Service and Wyoming Department of Transportation have some words of wisdom for everyone traveling thru the snow.   In particular, both agencies strongly recommend drivers prepare a winter safety kit, in case you get stranded on a highway. Essentials should include non-perishable…


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