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The general election is less than a week away – but do you know where and when to go vote? Park County Clerk Colleen Renner clarified some of the big questions about voting in Park County, to make sure everyone does so safely and responsibly. When can I vote? The polls for the general election…

The end of the season is in sight at Yellowstone, as most of the major roads and entrances will close next Monday, November 2. The weekend of Oct. 31 to Nov. 1 will be the last of the “summer” season in the park. As in every year, the West, South, and East entrances will be…

Former US Senator and Cody resident Alan Simpson is recovering in a Denver hospital after suffering a minor stroke Monday night. Collin Simpson, Al’s son, said his father was taken to Cody Regional Health. A Tuesday morning CT scan determined the source of the stroke was a left carotid artery that was blocked. From Cody,…

The recent cold weather slowed things down, but Phase 2 of the Sheridan Avenue rehabilitation project is still moving forward and on track to stay on schedule. Cody Beers, WYDOT Public Relations Specialist, says the recent sub-zero temperatures delayed their efforts a few days. Forecasts call for consistently higher temperatures this week and beyond, so…

Forward Cody has received a $2.2 million grant from the Economic Development Administration for the construction of Wyoming’s first USDA-inspected slaughter facility in over four decades. The new 12,000 square foot facility will allow Wyoming Legacy Meats to process 75 head of beef per day and add an additional 50 jobs to the region over…

Some people say it’s too early to decorate for Christmas – but it’s not too early to plan for it, especially if your plan involves a visit to a national forest. Christmas tree permits for Bighorn National Forest are now available for purchase online. Forest officials opened the permit period yesterday, Oct. 26, on the…

The Park County School District #6 Board of Trustees sat in on a special session to hear the hard truth on how COVID-19 is affecting Cody’s schools, staff, and students. Superintendent Peg Monteith addressed the board, along with the most recent statistics of the number of students and staff current affected by the virus at…

Governor Mark Gordon will soon open two new funds for Wyoming businesses and nonprofits to receive more funding to cover money lost to the pandemic. The governor will open the Agriculture Fund and the Endurance Fund on Nov. 2. These two new funds will receive part of the $325 million dollars of federal money made…

Park County Public Health Officer Dr. Aaron Billin painted a dower picture of Cody’s future with COVID-19, citing alarming developments elsewhere in Wyoming and Utah as a sign of things to come. Billin posted the latest update on Park County’s COVID-19 situation on Facebook Sunday night. Always realistic and adamant in his assessment of pandemic…

Cody Regional Health has closed Monday’s drive-thru COVID-19 testing at the Cody Stampede Rode Grounds due to the well-below freezing temperatures expected. Due to the increasingly high demand for COVID-19 tests as the nation enters its “fall surge,” Cody Regional Health moved the location of its drive-thru testing from the main West Park campus to…


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