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Photography enthusiasts are encouraged to participate in the world’s largest social photography event in Cody this weekend. The Scott Kelby Worldwide Photo Walk, first held in 2007, encourages anybody with a camera to explore and share photographic experiences in their community. 24,000 international photographers of varying skill levels participated in last year’s events. Faculty from…

The Bureau of Land Management is planning to gather hundreds of wild horses this October.   The BLM will conduct a wild horse gathering operation in the Fifteenmile Wild Horse Herd Management Area sometime in mid-October. The management area, 35 miles northwest of Worland, overlaps Washakie, Big Horn, and Park counties. The herd is considered…

Park County officials learned about the pervasive issue of vaping among Wyoming’s kids. Park County Commissioners were given a presentation yesterday from Wendy Morris, the Healthy Park County Community Coalition Director at Cody Regional Health, about the basics of vaping and the growing problems they pose. The formal name for the devices is Electronic Nicotine…

The Cody Police Department will once again spend a morning talking with the community over a hot cup of coffee. Coffee with Cops is a national event held on the first Tuesday of October, and Cody Police Department willparticipate again tomorrow for the third year in a row. Chief of Police Chuck Baker explains that…

There was a stampede of success at the 38th annual Buffalo Bill Art Show and Sale. The annual event, held on the weekend of September 20th was attended by 900 people, who participated in a live auction for over one hundred art pieces crafted by prestigious western artists from around the country. 80 of the…

The Park County Sheriff’s Office is seeking any information on a possible gravesite discovered on private property in the Polecat Bench area. The site was discovered on August 12th by the current property owner. Lance Mathess with the Sheriff’s office says the grave appears to have been created some time ago. Cadaver dogs were brought…

The Fishhawk Fire area closure in Shoshone National Forest has been lifted, although most of the Fishhawk Trail is still closed. Significant rainfall received in the area and limited fire activity resulted in the end of the fire closure in America’s first national forest. Susan Stresser, the North Zone District Ranger, says they wanted to…

Wednesday was Demo Day in Powell, as Mountain Spirit Habitat for Humanity took the first steps towards its first home build in 20 years. 15 people, including board members and employees, gathered to witness the destruction of the existing structure where the new home will be constructed. Nikki Hoellwarth, the Executive Director of Mountain Spirit…

The Trapper Stampede, the annual rodeo sponsored by Northwest College, has gone from being postponed this year to being cancelled. The Trapper Stampede is an annual event that usually kicks off the college rodeo season. But this year, the rodeo was postponed from its normally scheduled time, the first weekend in September, due to the…

Cody high school students participated in an international protest yesterday. Strike for Change is a movement led by teen activist Greta Thunberg, which encourages students to “strike” by walking out of class in order to increase awareness of climate change. Samantha Borgardus organized Cody’s Strike For Change, leaving class at 2:30 yesterday afternoon with 20…


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