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Betsy Ryzewicz, instructor at Cody High School’s Media Production Program, and Kinsley Merritt, student body secretary and who worked on the documentary film, spoke about how they came up with the idea, how they interviewed Ukraine high school students, as well as being invited to the All American Film Festival as an Official Selection in…

Singer, songwriter, and producer Anthony Smith is appearing at Cassie’s on October 27th and 28th in Cody. Anthony spoke about how he found music through his father’s old, light blue Fender Mustang guitar, how he was the music director in his teenage years at his church in eastern Tennessee, to writing music for legendary country…

Chef, author, and Cody resident, Piper Fennimore, came into the studio to discuss her book “Seriously Delish” which is exclusively gluten-free recipes.  She spoke about how she found her passion for food at an early age, graduated from Le Cordon Bleu in Miami and discovered she had a gluten intolerance.  She also talked about how…

Kristin Barker, the Research Coordinator for the Beyond Yellowstone Program, spoke about running and managing conservation research projects in the Greater Yellowstone Area. She recently gave a lecture on studying wolves in Yellowstone National Park as well as talking about her overall research concerning the behavior and distribution of large, terrestrial mammals. Some of her…

Amy Couture, a local resident of Cody and an endurance swimmer, is one of 171 women in America who have successfully swam the English Channel.  Her time was 14 hours and 6 minutes.  She spoke about her training regiment, her motivation, and why she continues to push herself in endurance sports.

The Cody Volunteer Fire Department held an open house to cap off Fire Prevention Week on Saturday.  Many people, including scores of children, checked out the equipment, talked with firefighters, and were instructed about to keep residents safe when it comes to cooking in the home. The theme of this year’s week was “Cooking Safety…

Parts of Park County got over 6 inches of snow as a weather system makes it’s way from the Pacific Northwest all the way across the state. Meteorologist Don Day said it would be “the first winter storm of the season” as places at higher elevations like Wapiti and Yellowstone got significant snowfall.  Cody was…

Wyomingites will be treated to a celestial treat this Saturday when a rare solar eclipse will be in the sky. People from Oregon to Texas will be able to see the event when the moon passes in front of the sun and creates an appearance of an illuminated “ring of fire” in the sky.  According…

In honor and memory of Senator Dianne Feinstein, Governor Mark Gordon has ordered both the United States and Wyoming flags to fly at half-staff immediately until the day of interment in accordance with President Biden’s Presidential Proclamation. The US Senator from California, passed away Friday, September 29 at the age of 90. The proclamation reads:…

There has been an increase of reported syphilis cases in Wyoming over the last few years, so the Wyoming Department of Health is sharing how to prevent the spread of the sexually transmitted infection and warning residents of the consequences of leaving it untreated. The press release reads: With a marked increase in reported syphilis…


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