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A program at the Heart Mountain Interpretive Center this weekend will highlight the roles of the people who were not held at the camp against their will – rather, they helped to make the lives of the internees productive. The Center will host a special program on February 23, as part of its ongoing Winter…

The Wyoming Legislative Session isn’t just a place for representatives and senators to gather and make decisions on behalf of the citizens of Wyoming. The citizens themselves travel to Cheyenne to take part in the process. Sandy Newsome is a freshman representative from Cody, and she says that there are visitors from all over the…

A new tourist attraction that was approved this week will show visitors a different perspective of the Cody-Yellowstone region – from the air. The Cody Enterprise reports that Cody Helicopter Tours, LLC, will be based out of Yellowstone Regional Airport. The Airport Board approved the business at their meeting yesterday. The company will be managed…

A bill making its way through the Wyoming Legislature would allow for the growth of a new agricultural crop that could be huge for Wyoming. Christine Bekes with Powell Economic Partnership says that House Bill 171 would bring the state in line with the new federal farm bill that de-classifies hemp as a class one…

When you struggle with your health or with excess weight, it’s easy for others to say, “just set your mind to it.” But until you’re ready, you’ll just experience failure, which can be discouraging. I’m Wendy Corr, and in today’s Wellness Tip, we’ll look at why most diets fail – and how you can overcome…

As a nutritionist, I am often approached by people who are anxious to get healthier, but they want a magic pill or shake or once a day activity that will magically help them to lose the weight or reduce their discomfort. But in my experience, there’s no magic potion that will reverse your health decline…

The Bureau of Land Management announced last week that its continued partnership with a local nonprofit group benefited both wild horses and their habitat last year. The Friends of a Legacy organization, or FOAL, helped to provide for healthy wild horses and healthy rangeland in 2018, in part by funding the BLM’s fertility control field…

The Park County Sheriff’s Office is issuing a warning about a scam that’s targeting elderly residents. In a Facebook post, the Sheriff’s Office says that their dispatch center has been receiving reports about a female caller telephoning elderly residents and asking them if they have Medicare. The caller then begins asking for personal information. The…

The Cody City Council and the trustees for Park County School District 6 are re-negotiating a contract that allows students to use the Paul Stock Aquatics Center for school activities. At tomorrow night’s City Council meeting, the Council is set to terminate the current agreement between the City of Cody and Park County School District…

Three people sustained only minor injuries after a gas leak ignited in a mobile home in Greybull last weekend. According to Greybull police chief Bill Brenner, the three women were housesitting for the owner of the single wide trailer at 1325 North 7th Street. On Saturday, February 9th, they attempted to light a pilot light…


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