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Sentencing was handed down Friday for a Cody woman who played a part in a major methamphetamine ring. Wendy Lee will spend 3-5 years in prison for conspiring to possess meth with intent to deliver and for possession of meth with intent to deliver. The sentence was part of a no-contest plea deal her attorney…

Cody’s Representative at the Wyoming Legislature says a bill currently making its way through the House would expand educational opportunities for people who live far away from the University of Wyoming. Sandy Newsome told KODI-News yesterday that Senate File 111 would allow community colleges to offer baccalaureate of applied sciences degrees. For local residents, that…

One of the toughest things about losing weight and transitioning to a healthier lifestyle is that many of us find that we are hungry more often! I’m Wendy Corr, and in today’s Wellness Tip, I’ll give you some ideas to ward off hunger without ruining your diet! One of the key components of a weight…

Police are looking for a man who held up a bank in Jackson on Monday. The suspect walked into the Bank of Jackson Hole, handed over a note demanding money and walked away with an undisclosed amount. Bank CEO Pete Lawton told the Buckrail that the suspect got away with the contents of one bank drawer. He…

For twenty years, the community of Cody has celebrated the spectacular ice climbing opportunities in this part of the country. But there will be no ice climbing festival this year in Cody. According to an article in the Cody Enterprise, organizers of the event have chosen to let it go for now, with the intent…

The project can wait no longer. The Wyoming Department of Transportation is beginning to make plans to repair Sheridan Avenue in Cody, from 10th Street to the top of the Greybull Hill at Stampede Avenue. Cody Beers with WYDOT told members of the Cody Chamber yesterday that the highway is in urgent need of repair,…

A longtime member of the Park County Travel Council was the recipient of Wyoming Tourism’s highest honor this year. Rick Hoeninghausen, who served for many years on the board for the Park County Travel Council, was the recipient of the Wyoming Lodging & Restaurant Association and the Wyoming Office of Tourism’s annual “Big WYO” award…

Hunters, anglers and wildlife watchers in Wyoming contributed more than $1 billion to Wyoming’s economy during 2017. That’s according to a new analysis by the University of Wyoming. It’s a 2.3 percent increase from 2016, and the acting director of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department says they attribute the rise to more people heading…

It’s that time of year, when colds and flu start making the rounds. It seems inevitable that our families will be hit with some sort of illness each winter… or is it? I’m Wendy Corr, and in today’s wellness tip, I’ll point you towards ways you can help boost your immune system and stay well…

The Cody City Council is ready to create a formal committee that would promote art in Cody. At the Council’s meeting tomorrow evening, the Council will consider creating the Cody Public Arts Committee. According to the resolution under consideration, the committee would advise and assist the City of Cody in identifying, selecting and acquiring art…


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