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More tourists are becoming bold enough to walk dangerously close to the hazardous geological features in Yellowstone. Two men were caught on camera leaning over the opening to the iconic Old Faithful Geyser in the Park Tuesday. The pictures were shared on a Facebook page titled Yellowstone National Park: Invasion of The Idiots. Information on…

The Wyoming Aviation Hall of Fame will honor its 28th inductee September 28 at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Cody. Elmer Faust, formerly of Cody, is the 2019 inductee. According to a press release from the Wyoming Aviation Hall of Fame, Faust’s major contributions include his role in the development of aviation…

A Greybull student has been crowned Miss Wyoming Teen USA. The Miss Wyoming USA and Miss Wyoming Teen USA Pageants took place Saturday night in Casper. The panel of judges selected Katie Bozner of Buffalo as Miss Wyoming USA 2020, and Baylee Drewry of Greybull, as Miss Wyoming Teen USA 2020. Both titleholders will now…

The 38th Annual Buffalo Bill Art Show and Sale is happening this week. Along with the live and silent auction on Friday night, an entire week’s worth of activities are scheduled to celebrate Western art and artisans, as part of the annual Rendezvous Royale. Laurel Thompson and Kathy Thompson coordinate the annual art show. Kathy…

What do you think of when you want to treat yourself? Maybe an ice cream cone or a piece of pizza, or two, or three…? Unfortunately, that sort of “treat” really doesn’t treat your body right! I’m Wendy Corr, with your daily Wellness tip. We all “treat” ourselves from time to time. Usually, though, that…

If you see smoke in the skies in the Bighorn National Forest, it may just be the Forest Service being proactive. The Bighorn National Forest is planning some prescribed burns this fall. National Forest Supervisor, Andrew Johnson, says these burns are weather dependent and planned to occur over the next few months. Johnson says the…

Wyoming will benefit from oil lease revenues earned from ocean exploration. Last week, U.S. Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt announced over $170 million dollars in grants from the Land and Water Conservation Fund to all 50 States, five U.S. territories, and the District of Columbia for state-identified outdoor recreation and conservation projects. LWCF funds…

The public has a chance to give some hands-on help at a campground outside of Lovell to celebrate National Public Lands Day. The Bureau of Land Management Cody Field Office will partner with the community at the Five Springs Falls Campground tomorrow. Volunteers are invited to spend the day with BLM staff repainting parking barriers,…

Cody kids can really make a splash now. Thanks to the efforts of the Cody Recreation Foundation, generous donors & project approval by City Council, the Splash Park at Mentock Park was unveiled Tuesday evening. The soft opening of the water feature happened on a chilly evening, so attendance was light, but the attraction promises…

An anonymous report caused law enforcement to mobilize at the Cody schools Wednesday night. Ray Shulte, Superintendent of Schools for Park County School District 6, says a tip came in to the anonymous reporting service Safe2Tell on September 11th that someone overheard someone else talk about bombing places. Shulte says that neither administration nor law…


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