Author: andrew-rossi

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How do you envision Cody in 5, 10 or 20 years? That’s the question being posed to residents by the Wyoming Business Council and the University of Wyoming Extension Office, who are hosting listening sessions in October to begin forming a development strategy for the community’s future. Cody Mayor Matt Hall says the listening sessions…

The precipitation that has fallen on the Fishhawk Fire area west of Cody has allowed firefighters to demobilize and move on to other, more pressing incidents. Despite the fact that the fire is still smoldering 12 miles east of Yellowstone National Park, all evacuation restrictions have been lifted. The Fishhawk Fire is still listed as…

A rental scam has been played on Cody residents, and the Cody Police Department is asking everyone to be aware. Police say two local residences were listed online for rent. Interested renters contacted the person listing the rentals via email and telephone, and arrangements were made to secure the rentals by using prepaid Google Play…

Thanks to the rain and cooler weather this week, the fire danger in the mountains west of Cody has declined dramatically. The fire danger in Yellowstone National Park has been lowered to “moderate,” and Park Officials say there are no fire restrictions currently in place in the park. And for those who are planning to…

Gluten Free is all the rage. Many people have adopted a gluten free diet, because they’ve heard it’s healthier, or they will lose weight. But not everyone needs to be gluten-free. I’m Wendy Corr, with your daily Wellness tip! If you haven’t already gone gluten-free, I bet you’ve at least thought about it. About one-third…

A group of bicyclists from the east coast were in Cody Friday raising money to help disabled veterans. They were representing the charitable organization Operation Second Chance, and participating in the “Beartooth Challenge”, a three-day, 210-mile bike ride between Cody, Red Lodge and Cooke City. Clark Wagner, a Casper native who lives in Virginia, says…

The Fishhawk Fire has gone quiet. Quiet enough for the Type 2 Management team assigned to the fire west of Cody to pack up and go home, which is what was happening yesterday at the fire camp at Buffalo Bill State Park. Team Blue transferred responsibility of the Fishhawk Fire back to the local forest…

An Arizona man who was arrested near Cody in February for driving a stolen U-Haul truck containing stolen goods has been sentenced by a Federal Judge. Chief Federal District Court Judge Scott Skavdahl sentenced 25-year-old Austin James Kelly on September 5th for possession of a stolen firearm. Kelly was arrested in Park County on February…

It’s not just grizzly bears who get re-located from one part of the state to another. Wyoming Game and Fish Department biologists recently trapped and relocated three beavers as part of a long-term effort to improve stream habitat. The beavers were trapped on private land south of Cody where they were causing flooding over roads.…

Have you ever found yourself eating something that you know you probably shouldn’t be eating but then telling yourself, “It’s okay, I’ll go to the gym later and burn this off.” But is there any truth to this theory? I’m Wendy Corr, with your daily Wellness Tip! Often we operate under the myth that if…


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