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As winter settles over the area, the Shoshone National Forest plans to conduct pile-burning operations as weather conditions allow. These piles are the result of completed timber sales and fuel reduction work on Shoshone National Forest. Piles on the northern half of the Shoshone National Forest are in the following areas: Clarks Fork Ranger District…

Serenity Pregnancy Resource Center is hosting two events and two giveaways this December. There will be opportunities to join in the holiday festivities by touring facilities to learn more about this organization. There will be two open houses, one in Cody and one in Powell. Serenity PRC writes, “Stop in for a holiday treat and…

On Thursday, December 8th, 2022, Buffalo Bill Center of the West is hosting a free book signing with wildlife photographer Michael Francis at Points West Market from 1–3 p.m. Francis will be available to sign two of his works, Yellowstone Collectibles: An Illustrated Introduction to the Park’s Historic Souvenirs, Books, Art, and Memorabilia and Found Photos…

The Cody Bronc Wrestling team has officially taken to the mats for the upcoming season. The Broncs are coming off a 4th place finish at state, a year ago. The Broncs return two individual state champions in Grayson Beaudrie and Trey Smith and this team has what it takes to compete for a State Championship.…

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will hold a public information gathering meeting in Cody to discuss Chapter 3, black bear hunting seasons. All interested parties are encouraged to attend. The meeting will be at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 6, at the Cody Regional Office, 2 Tilden Trail. During the meeting, wildlife managers will present hunting…

Some 50 million bison roaming across the Great Plains once served as the backbone for thriving western economies, before European settlers brought herds to the brink of extinction. Jason Baldes, executive director of the Wind River Tribal Buffalo Initiative and an Eastern Shoshone tribal member, is working to bring buffalo back onto tribal lands to roam freely,…

Tina Hoebelheinrich, CEO of the Cody Country Chamber of Commerce, spoke about the Cody Cowboy Stroll and Lighted Parade that happened last Saturday.  Also, Tina talked about how business did on Small Business Saturday and what the Chamber has coming up for the Holiday Season.  

On Tuesday, it was announced that eight members of the Cody High School Bronc Band made the 2023 Wyoming All-State Band and Orchestra. The eight band members include: Hayley Pearson-Horner, Micah Idema, Karina Schoessler, Nickoli Kumm, Riley Blische, Joseph Killpack, Parker Laing and Lucas Goodeill. High praise goes out to these hard working individuals. On…

Buffalo Bill State Park will have a Christmas Light Display December 3rd – 31st, 2022, at the Lake Shore Campground off the North Fork Highway here in Cody. On Saturday, December 3rd, Santa will make an appearance at the park office from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Superintendent Dan Marty says, “This is our second…

Tis the season to be on the lookout for drowsy drivers here in the Cowboy State.  Drowsy driving fatalities on Wyoming roads are six times the national average, according to a new study from the website Value Penguin dot com.   The new study, published by Lending Tree, says drowsy driving was the most prevalent…


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