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Cody Middle School is getting some new tech thanks to a state grant. For a second consecutive year, the middle school as received a grant from the Wyoming Trust Fund. The Fund is used to further technology advancement and purchase equipment to be used by students in the classroom. Cody Middle School received around $33…

Lovell is making history in a fishy way. For the first time in the United States, kokanee salmon are being successfully bred and raised in captivity at the Tillett Springs Rearing Station north of Lovell. This success has come after years of effort from the Wyoming Department of Game and Fish along with many other…

Peace begins with a smile, and there were a lot of them yesterday. Hundreds of all age, ethnicity and background came together in the Cody City Park to peacefully rally against police brutality in the country with George Floyd being a centerpiece to the conversation. The mostly masked crowed gathered and dropped to one knee…

It has been hard to do any grand re-openings following COVID-19 due to the precautions that have to be taken when reopening any business and that includes the Shoshone National Forest as well. In order to remain safe, the park will keep some facilities closed such as restrooms and picnic areas. Just because the facilities…

On May 18th Yellowstone made a huge decision to reopen the Wyoming entrances and since then peoples fingers have been crossed that people stay safe and healthy. So far so good as the park tested 43 non-symptomatic front-line employees for COVID-19 on May 28th and 29th and all test results came back negative All first…

The Heart Mountain Ranch Preserve hike that was scheduled for Saturday. June 13th is now cancelled. The Nature Conservancy in Wyoming regrets the announcement but due to health concerns relating to COVID-19 they believe that this is the most efficient way to ensure safety of the community. The event will hope to be rescheduled but…

The band Shell at City Park in Cody will be host to a Peaceful Rally Against Racism this Sunday June 7th.  The goal of this rally is to stand in support with people of color, to build a stronger community and to eventually put a complete termination to racism in America.  Beginning at noon, there…

Commitments and confusion from the Cody Stampede Rodeo. The last week has been a tumultuous time for Cody’s rodeo scene, beginning with the announcement that, after consultation from the Governor and rodeo representatives ,Wyoming’s six largest rodeos – Cheyenne Frontier Days, the Central Wyoming Fair and Rodeo, The Cody Stampede, Thermopolis Cowboy Rendezvous PRCA Rodeo,…

Monument Hill Road opens for public use once again.  Effective yesterday, June 2, the Monument Hill Road – approximately 1.6 miles west of the Belfry Highway -has been opened for general use. The road itself is in rough condition, but its passable. This means that an entire section of roadways in the area are open…

First Lady Jennie Gordon is working hard to fight food insecurity. Since the election of Governor Mark Gordon, Jennie Gordon has made hunger and food insecurity her top priority. This led to the formation of the Wyoming Hunger Initiative. While nobody could have anticipated a global pandemic and its profound effects on Wyoming communities, it…


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