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Meeteetse is making face mask available for residents who need them. In the Meeteetse Town Bulletin disrupted yesterday, the Town of Meeteetse Emergency Management Team announced that reusable masks are available to anyone in town. The masks are recommended for anyone interacting with sick individuals, whether they be first responders or any caretakers. The best…

Bored at home? Why not play a little scam bingo? In response to the current influx of coronavirus-related scams cropping up and preying on people’s fears and insecurities, the Federal Trade Commission has found a creative way to keep people informed and aware of the telltale signs of scams with their new Scam Bingo. The…

More business support is now available from the state. Governor Gordon has announced $300 thousand dollars in layoff aversion grants, jointly offered by the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services and the Wyoming Workforce Development Council. The grants are eligible to all Wyoming businesses in good standing with Unemployment Insurance and Worker’s Compensation. Businesses can apply…

Construction is set to resume on the Southfork. Starting next Monday, April 6th, work will resume on the Southfork Road construction project on – Project WY FLAP WX(1) undertaken by the US Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration’s Office of Federal Lands Highway. The entire scope of the project is for full-depth reclamation of approximately…

Shoshone National Forest has an important request before your next excursion into the woods. Last week, all campgrounds and cabins in Shoshone National Forest were closed until at least April 30th – yet another public health measure taken to prevent the spread of COVID-19. This is following a general discouragement from the top – the…

WYDOT has a word of caution on spring burning. The time of year has come for many ranchers and farmers to begin their annual agricultural weed burning. Usually it’s the Wyoming Department of Agriculture that has something to say about that, but WYDOT has another aspect of burning that needs to be considered as well…

A local student has received a national award for his work as a journalist. Cody High School’s Wyatt Burichka has been selected as the 2020 Wyoming Journalist of the Year by the Journalism Education Association, which supports free and responsible scholastic journalism by providing resources and educational opportunities, promoting professionalism, and encouraging and rewarding student…

With public shutdowns still in effect, WYDOT wants you to stop worrying about getting to the DMV. Last week, Governor Gordon issued an Executive Order allowing for a 90-day grace period for expired driver licenses and identification cards, extending from March 15th through June 1, 2020. This grace period extends for learning permits as well.…

Social distancing is well in effect, but several entities have banned together to offer something small that might make your isolation easier. The Park County Extension, the Cody Conservation District and private donors are all offering free garden seeds for anyone who might want to grow their own food. Bobbie Holder, the horticulturalist for the…

There’s always those ready to take advantage of people’s emotions and fears, and the coronavirus is no exception. U.S. Attorney Mark A. Klaassen of the District of Wyoming has issued another warning and request that Wyoming citizens report any suspicious activity or schemes related to COVID-19. The only way government and law enforcement agencies can…


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