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If it passes, Cody’s sales tax will go right back into Cody. At Tuesday night’s City Council meeting, City Administrator Barry Cook presented Resolution NO. 2020-17 – A Resolution Obligating One Percent General Purpose Tax for Essential Services and Capital Expenditures Only. The General Purpose 1% Sales and Use Tax is on the ballot for…

After nearly a week, crews are still working to clean up a 3,000-gallon gasoline spill inside Yellowstone National Park. Yellowstone National Park and the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality are working together to complete the hazmat cleanup of approximately 3,000-gallons of unleaded gasoline that spilled when a tandem trailer overturned last week between Mud Volcano…

Tragedy strikes at the beginning of Cody’s school year. A Cody Middle School student is dead after an ATV crash over the weekend. The 13-year-old boy was riding a three-wheeler and crashed into the canal near Lane 19 1/2 shortly before 4 p.m. Sunday, according to a statement Wednesday from the Park County Sheriff’s Office.…

The Lone Star Fire is still burning – but it’s becoming safely predictable. Tuesday, the Public Affairs Office in Yellowstone National Park released the final daily update for the Lone Star Fire, and will only be releasing more information if the fire’s status changes significantly. This final update is similar to earlier ones – the…

Wyoming officials announce four new COVID-19 deaths A Park County resident has died in an out-of-state long-term care facility in connection with the novel coronavirus, health officials say. Tuesday, the Wyoming Department of Health released details on four new deaths associated with the pandemic. Among the deceased was one from Park County – an older…

COVID-19 confirmed at Northwest College. Northwest College was notified of a confirmed case of COVID-19 in an unidentified person “within the campus community” sometime Monday night.  The individual afflicted has been notified, as has everyone deemed to be at risk due to contact with this particular person. Those people, according to a statement released by…

The Weston Reservoir is under advisory for the health of your, your family, and your pets. The Wyoming Department of Health issued a recreational use advisory for Weston Reservoir on Tongue Ranger District in the Bighorn National Forest this Monday. The reason is a harmful cyanobacteria bloom. While cyanobacteria, also known as blue-green bacteria, is…

79.2% total response to date. The 2020 U.S. Census continues and Wyoming closes in on 80% total response to date. While census takers are currently going door to door to collect responses from households who have yet to do so, the deadline to avoid that awkward interview rapidly approaches. September 30th is the deadline for…

The Lone Star Fire slowly simmers but hasn’t stopped. Efforts to combat the Lone Star Fire continue in Yellowstone National Park. The fire has grown to a total of 960 acres since it first ignited last week. While it hasn’t grown considerably in the past few days, it has enough life to cause concern. A…

The work resumes and continues. It’s now 1 week into Phase 2 of the Sheridan Avenue Rehabilitation project, and the results are speaking for themselves. The Alger Avenue Intersection with 17th Street reopens today, while the Beck Avenue Intersection at 17th will simultaneously close.  The work continues crawling along – concrete slab replacement, curb and gutter,…


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