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Park County residents will vote on the Penny for Park County tax in the November election, where pennies on the dollar could mean millions to cover Cody’s deficits. One of the central issues in this year’s general election is the 1 percent optional general-purpose sales tax. If passed, would be used to pay for any…

Yellowstone Regional Airport’s interim director will seek to “keep the plane in the air with fuel” until a permanent replacement is selected. Yellowstone Regional Airport’s board selected Ray Lee as the interim director of Yellowstone Regional Airport after the retirement of Bob Hooper on September 30. Lee started his full-time duties on September 29. A…

As Wyoming transitions into Fall 2020, Shoshone National Forest reminds everyone to plan and be prepared to protect themselves and the landscape during their next trip. Forest officials want to ensure that everyone enjoys the fall safely and responsibly. This fall has already seen snow and heavier precipitation at the high altitudes while much of…

Vehicle burglaries have the Park County Sheriff’s Office asking for help to identify suspects and protect their property. Three incidents were reported to the Park County Sheriff’s Dispatch Center on Sunday, October 4 between 9:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. in the same area of Powell – East and West Christy Lane at Lane 8 ½…

After an employee tested positive for COVID-19, the Olive Glenn Golf Club has temporarily closed its facilities to ensure the safety of its members and staff. The closure was confirmed in a Thursday night Facebook post. All of the club’s indoor facilities will be closed for disinfecting. This includes the bar, restaurant, and pro shop.…

Effective today, Cody Regional Health has relocated its COVID-19 drive-thru testing site to the Cody Stampede Rodeo Grounds to administer more tests with more time. The recent influx of COVID-19 cases is contributing to a demand for more testing. To accommodate this, the hospital is relocating its drive-thru testing away from the main West Park…

After nearly breaking its August visitation record, Yellowstone National Park experienced its highest September visitation in history. Park officials released the latest year-to-date numbers along with September’s totals. The park hosted 837,499 recreation visits in September, an 21% increase from September 2019, and the highest number on record for Yellowstone for September visitation. This is…

A vehicle forcing its way through the Sheridan Avenue work zone could lead to increased law enforcement to ensure worker safety. WYDOT spokesman Cody Beers related the harrowing incident where a pickup truck forced into the work zone, despite the signs and barriers designating the road was closed. Around 5:30 p.m. Monday evening, a pickup…

WYDOT plans to close part of the Beartooth Highway Saturday due to snow predicted in the forecast. US 212 will close from the Long Lake barricade to the Montana/Wyoming line at 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 10. Snow and wind are predicted during this time. For the time this 24 mile stretch of highway is closed,…

Yellowstone National Park officials are seeking public comment on a proposition to install nearly 200 miles of fiber-optic cable through the park for faster internet connections. The park already has a microwave transport system and underground copper cable designed for landline phones. All of Yellowstone’s phones and computers utilize the microwave system. The 40-year old…


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