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Wyoming will receive more than $17 million to support critical state conservation and outdoor recreation projects this year. The U.S. Department of the Interior reports that the Wyoming Game and Fish Department is granted this funding annually from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service through the Pittman-Robertson Wildlife Restoration and Dingell-Johnson Sport Fish Restoration acts.…

Heavy spring rainfall in Wyoming has led to erosion, rock fall and mudslide issues around the state. A number of roads have been closed and reopened, and three areas currently still have travel impacts. The biggest travel impacts related to the spring weather are on the Chief Joseph Highway at the Pat O’Hara Creek bridge,…

Wyoming is honoring the victims of Friday’s mass shooting in Virginia Beach. Governor Mark Gordon, pursuant to President Donald Trump’s proclamation, has ordered both the U.S. and State of Wyoming flags be flown at half-staff statewide until sunset on Tuesday, June 4th, honoring the victims of the tragedy in Virginia. Twelve people were killed during…

An FCC Commissioner agrees that rural residents face unique challenges when it comes to staying connected in this technological age. Commissioner Brendan Carr visited Cody and Powell last week as part of a larger tour to observe and address concerns about connectivity in rural states. He says the Federal Communications Commission has made one of…

An annual event that celebrates the relationship between Native Americans and the geological feature we call Heart Mountain will take place this weekend. Tony DeMars tells us about how we can learn more about the cultural history of the prominent peak. The 9th Annual Return to Foretop’s Father is coming up June 7th and 8th. Friday,…

Traveling for business or pleasure can easily derail your health and fitness plan. But with a little preparation, you can take a trip that your waistline won’t regret. I’m Wendy Corr, with your daily wellness tip. It’s easy to fall into the trap of high calorie meals and less exercise when you’re on vacation. But…

The Federal Communications Commission is listening to rural residents. Commissioner Brendan Carr visited Cody and Powell yesterday as part of a larger tour to observe and address concerns about connectivity, broadband access, and maintaining the relevance of small market radio stations. In an interview with KODI Radio yesterday, Carr said the Commission is working to…

Cody celebrates its rodeo heritage tomorrow. The first performance of the Cody Nite Rodeo for the 2019 season will kick off – literally – at 8 p.m. tomorrow. The Big Horn Radio Network is sponsoring the opening event, offering $5 tickets and an opportunity to win prizes with a boot-kick contest. Mike Darby, co-President of…

Area residents who would like a say in planning projects at Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area and Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument are invited to a public meeting this Saturday. Staff from both parks will be in attendance at a public comment meeting held at the Big Horn County Historical Museum in Hardin, Montana on…

The first injury inflicted by Yellowstone’s wildlife this summer was reported yesterday. A female concession employee was injured by a cow elk in the Mammoth Hot Springs developed area at about 6:30 a.m. Wednesday, according to a Yellowstone National Park spokeswoman. The employee was transported to the hospital via ambulance but additional details about the…


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