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Cody’s first significant snowfall is expected tomorrow, which will bring wind and bitterly cold temperatures along with the accumulation expected. Al Ross, a meteorologist at the National Weather Service office in Riverton, says Cody should brace for an fairly intense storm.  Cody will get the worst of it, with temperatures in the teens and 6…

If anyone you know is facing foreclosure, you may have an opportunity to save your home this Friday. Beth Skidmore, the Wyoming Housing Network’s foreclosure counselor, will be in Cody on October 11 to meet with anyone interested in foreclosure prevention services. No appointment necessary. The Wyoming Housing Network offers foreclosure counseling free of charge…

Wyoming is safer today, as it joins the rest of the nation in seeing a drop in violent crime. Between 2016 and 2018, violent crime dropped 17% in Wyoming. This significant drop is credited to the collaborative efforts of Wyoming’s local, state, federal, and tribal late enforcement agencies. The national average is a 3.9% drop.…

Wyoming’s First Lady rolled out her new efforts to help hungry children. Jennie Gordon unveiled The Wyoming Hunger Initiative on Friday, a collaboration of several groups to bring food security to our children. 12.3% of Wyoming’s children are “food insecure,” meaning they do not have enough food for a healthy lifestyle. One of the keystones…

October is the beginning of influenza season, and the Wyoming Department of Health encourages everyone to get a flu shot for protection. The 2018-2019 flu season was longer and more severe than in years past, with 23 deaths and hundred of hospitalizations in Wyoming alone. Kim Deti, the Public Information Officer for the Wyoming Department…

The Fire Season in Yellowstone National Park is officially over. The wintery weather experienced in the past few weeks has stopped the last wildfires in the park. There was a total of 9 wildfires this season, mostly in July and August. The Fire Danger is currently at “Low” and the damp ground and trees makes…

CASA’s 7th Annual Taste of Park County is this evening, October 4th, at Cody Auditorium. The annual fundraiser will host 19 local restaurants offering samples of their signature dishes. Barbeque, pizza, even donuts will be available for sampling, and all proceeds go towards CASA’s efforts. CASA – the Court Appointed Special Advocates Office – is…

The Wyoming Department of Transportation has refined their definitions of seasonal road closures to ensure Wyoming drivers can travel smarter and safer. The new definitions are meant to clarify not only when roads are closed, but offer an explanation for why they are closed and what dangers are to be avoided. One new definition is…

If you have any thoughts or ideas on the future of Cody, you will soon have your chance to share them. The Wyoming Business Council and University of Wyoming Extension will be facilitating the Cody Community Review from October 14th thru the 17th. There will a number of concurrent sessions in many different locations in…

Lodging collections in Cody were up in August, despite a nationwide soft season. Lodging tax collections increased in August for the first time in 2019. Claudia Wade, the marketing director of the Park County Travel Council, says this was a “soft season.” Yellowstone visitation was down in Summer 2019, as was Cody hotel occupancy. At…


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