Author: andrew-rossi

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A number of Cody women gathered to dedicate a memorial to one of their own. Yesterday, in front of Rawhide Coffee on Sheridan Avenue, members of the Cody Chapter of P.E.O. International gathered to dedicate a bench in honor of deceased member Karna Morton. Morton, who passed away in November of last year, was an…

Bighorn National Forest firefighters have already had their first fire encounter of 2020. Last Sunday, May 31st, Forest staff responded to a call from the Wyoming Hotshots – a group based out of Greybull that helps Bighorn National Forest spot and respond to wildfires. The Hotshots reported a fire in Shell Canyon, near the Post…

Our biggest boy is back. After a sudden and “alarming” disappearance, Wapiti’s Big Boy statue is once again atop his concrete pedestal, glancing side-long as all the traffic passing along the North Fork Highway. One of the most noticed and beloved landmarks along that route – which is saying something, given the Smith Mansion shares…

The Beartooth Highway is open for 2020. After another winter of intense snowfall, the Beartooth Highway is once again open for travel. Managing the road is the joint responsibility of many agencies. Every spring, the Montana Department of Transportation plows the road to the Montana/Wyoming border. The National Park Service plows the road from Wyoming,…

Want better Wi-Fi in Yellowstone? It’s time to speak up. Yellowstone is seeking another round of public comments on about the impacts a Wi-Fi proposal may have on Yellowstone National Park’s historic properties or other cultural resources. The proposal from AccessParks includes the installation of indoor Wi-Fi networks and associated equipment for park visitors and…

Statistics say if you had a Wyoming baby last year, it was probably named Olivia, Oliver, or Liam. Those were the three top baby names in Wyoming in 2019, according to the Wyoming Department of Health’s Vital Statistics Services. For girls, Olivia was followed by Harper, Charlotte, Emma and Willow as the most popular names…

Another route to adventure opens today in Shoshone National Forest. It was announced that portions of the Loop Road will be open the public. The Washakie Ranger District of the Shoshone National Forest will partially open Louis Lake Road, FSR 300 or the Loop Road as we in Cody like to call it, at noon…

Next week will be construction-heavy along WYO 120. In addition to the Cody South Project – slated to beginning its work in earnest this Friday – another $2.6 million dollar pavement improvement project begins outside Meeteetse. The Meeteetse Rim Project is a fog seal and chip seal project along 5.4 miles of WY 120, beginning…

Northwest College is offering another new course in Cody. The college will be offering its Associate of Applied Science in Paramedicine at its Cody Campus during the 2020 Fall Semester.  This four-semester program is a hybrid program, consisting of online coursework, face-to-face labs and clinical experiences. But unlike a typical paramedic program, Northwest’s has a…

The Cody Stampede Rodeo is cancelled. In a joint statement released today, and in conjunction with Governor Gordon, Cody Stampede Rodeo announced its closure for the 2020 Summer season, along with the state’s 5 other largest rodeos – Cheyenne Frontier Days, Laramie Jubilee Days, the Sheridan Wyo Rodeo, the Central Wyoming Fair and Rodeo, and…


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