Author: andrew-rossi

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So – what’s with the moths? If you live in a more urban area in Wyoming, you might have noticed more than a few moths on your doors, in your cars, and in your homes. These are miller moths, which are being observed in record numbers across the western U.S. Some states are reporting 19-year…

The stands at the Cody Rodeo Grounds just got a little fuller. Today, the Cody Stampede Rodeo received a signed variance from the state, giving them permission to have a total of 2800 people at each night of the Cody Stampede Rodeo. That means that 2200 additional seats will soon be available for purchase every…

More information has been released on Wednesday’s fatal crash outside Worland. The crash occurred around 6:15 a.m., around milepost 169 on US 20 north of Worland, Wyoming.  A 2006 Jeep Liberty was headed southbound on US 20 when the driver crossed into the northbound lane, colliding head-on with a 1992 Chevrolet 2500. The driver of…

Another health order amendment will likely delight the state’s seniors. The Wyoming Department of Health has issued updated guidance which allows long-term care facilities to permit in-person visitation – but only outdoors and under specific guidelines. Each facility must designate a specific outdoor space for visitation, limit the number of visitors to two persons at…

Justice served in another case of vandalism in Yellowstone. A report released yesterday shows that two Philadelphia women, 30-year-old Sarah Piotrowski and 31-year-old Tara Davoli were sentenced after being charged with leaving the boardwalk in the Midway Geyser Basin and causing damage to the fragile orange bacterial marts surrounding Opal Pool. The incident occurred earlier…

One more case and more information on Cody’s COVID conundrum. Park County Health Officer Dr. Aaron Billin has confirmed another new case of COVID-19 in Cody, this time in an adult female resident. The case was confirmed at Powell Valley Healthcare yesterday. But these is a common thread between most of these cases. Of the…

The Big Draw is almost here. At 10 am on June 18th, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department will be making draw results available for the Fall 2020 big game hunting season. This is when everyone who applied for resident elk, deer, and antelope – in addition to nonresident deer and antelope – will find…

It’s in Cody. This morning, Park County Public Health Officer Dr. Aaron Billin confirmed that a third Cody man has tested positive for COVID-19 at Powell Valley Healthcare. This means there are now 3 active COVID-19 cases in Cody, and two more active cases in Powell – 5 active cases in Park County as of…

Yellowstone opens to another type of seasonal tourist. For the 4th consecutive year, the Park is issuing its free day ride permits to anyone taking hoof stock onto the trails within Yellowstone. Everyone, whether it be a local or a tourist, can enjoy experiencing the backcountry through horseback riding. Since 2017, this permit system helps…

You’ll need to consider where you’re parking for the next few weeks. The City of Cody has and will continue to perform routine street sweeping services throughout the community. The sweeping has been ongoing every week since mid-May. You might have seen the vehicle chugging along Sheridan Avenue at that time. The entire city is…


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