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Due to the heavy snow that has fallen this week, the opening of the Beartooth Highway has been delayed slightly. The Montana side of the Beartooth Highway is scheduled to open this morning to the Vista Point Rest Area – but will open to the state line tomorrow morning. Montana Department of Transportation officials say…

The Cody Chamber of Commerce is working hard to keep a community tradition going. The Chamber is spearheading the effort to fund Cody’s annual fireworks show, which takes place after sundown on the 4th of July. Executive Director Tina Hoebelheinrich says that the fireworks are an integral part of the annual Stampede Celebration. Hoebelheinrich says…

A pair of bronze statues will be dedicated today in Cody as part of an effort to beautify – and boost the economy – of the community. The Cody Public Arts Committee has been tasked by the City Council to enhance public spaces by partnering with local artists and museums to bring professional, high-quality art…

Americans are overfed and undernourished. Yes! Believe it or not, the most obese children and adults in the country are also the most nutritionally deficient! How can those two things possibly co-exist? I’m Wendy Corr, and in today’s wellness tip, I’ll share some ways that you can get more nutrition without consuming more calories! It…

With the Memorial Day holiday approaching, officials at the Bighorn National Forest say it’s time to officially kick off the summer outdoor recreation season. Campgrounds currently open include Leigh Creek, Ranger Creek Recreation Area, Shell Creek, North Tongue, and Boulder Park.  If weather permits, Middle Fork, South Fork, Hettinger, Tie Hack, and Owen Creek campgrounds…

Despite the recent weather that’s brought snow to the region, it is spring – and two seasonal road closures are expected to be lifted tomorrow. Yellowstone National Park officials say that weather-permitting, Dunraven Pass will open Friday, May 24th, between Tower Fall and Canyon Junction at 8 a.m. Because of the time of year, though,…

Out of the more than one dozen dude ranches and lodges between Cody and the East Gate to Yellowstone, two of them have changed hands in the last few months. At the Park County Commissioners meeting Tuesday, First Deputy County Clerk Hans Odde presented requests for changes in liquor licenses at two of the lodges…

For families throughout the Bighorn Basin facing financial difficulties, there is assistance available to make sure children don’t go hungry this summer. Park County School District 6 is participating in the Summer Food Service Program again this year. Meals are provided to anyone age 18 and under, and without charge. Park 6 School nutrition director…

Coffee – either you love it or you hate it. Personally, I love savoring a cup of coffee mid-morning! But there have been so many differing opinions on whether or not the popular beverage is actually good for you – I’m Wendy Corr, and in today’s wellness tip, we will dispel some of the myths…

The Bureau of Land Management is putting up for adoption dozens of wild horses and burros in Wyoming this month. The Cody Enterprise reports the bureau will auction off saddle-trained and halter-trained horses as well as burros at adoption events in Lovell today, and in Riverton on May 18. The animals were treated and vaccinated after they…


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