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Winter is quickly approaching in the Cowboy State, which means the National Park Service is preparing local recreational areas for snowfall. The National Park Service released a press release on how they are preparing the Bighorn Canyon Recreational Area. The press release reads: Lovell, WY – Bighorn Canyon is nearing the end of a busy…

The Black Canyon boat-in camping site will be closed effective immediately due to continued bear activity. The bears in the area continue to show  little to no fear of human activity. To decrease the chances of a human – bear conflict, the recreation area has decided to close the Black Canyon Campground effective September 6…

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Cody Regional Health had the honor of hosting an informative and fascinating tour for three third-grade classes from Sunset Elementary School. As an organization with a mission to encourage and inspire young minds, Cody Regional Health welcomed 52 eager students to explore the world of healthcare through their doors. The event was a great success,…

U.S. Senator John Barrasso (R-Wyo.) has taken a significant step by introducing the Allowing for Recreational Resources for Outdoor Wellness (ARROW) Act. The purpose of this act is to prevent the Biden administration from withholding funding for elementary and secondary schools that have hunting and archery programs. By introducing this act, Senator Barrasso aims to…

The Bureau of Land Management Wyoming State Office recently held a competitive oil and gas lease sale on September 6th. During the sale, a total of 81 parcels, covering an impressive 67,183.78 acres of land in Wyoming, were made available. Out of these, 53 parcels, spanning 35,701.21 acres, were successfully sold for an impressive amount…

The National Park Service has issued a reminder to visitors of Yellowstone National Park to stay away from bull elk, especially during fall mating season, also known as the rut. Bull elk are unpredictable during this time of year and people have been severely injured. Elk run quickly and may change direction without warning so…

The Madison area of Yellowstone National Park is without water due to system repair issues. The National Park Service issued an announcement to let the public know that the flush toilets and running water in the Madison area are temporarily unavailable, which is located 14 miles east of the West Entrance Teams are diligently working…

Library Journal announced the Cody Library as an honorable mention for the Best Small Library in America for 2023. These annual awards were created in 2005 to showcase the exemplary work of libraries across the United States that serve populations under 25,000 people. Only two honorable mentions are selected in conjunction with the award winner.…

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will be closing aquatic invasive species (AIS) check stations in the Big Horn Basin. Wyoming law requires any watercraft that enter the Cowboy State to be inspected from March 1 through November 30. The AIS check station at the Game and Fish Regional Office north of Cody will close…


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