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The Cody Bronc Swim team was back in action, on Saturday, as they took part in the Bruce Gresly Invite in Lander. The Broncs would finish in 4th place as a team. Joseph Killpack continues to impress. He finished 3rd in the 100 Fly, a season best. He also set a new personal best in…

The Cody Indoor Track teams officially began their season over the weekend as they were in Gillette for the Campbell County Invite. After last week’s invite at Casper was canceled, Cody was eager to get going. No team scores were given. We’ll take a look at the top individual performances. Starting on the girls side.…

The Cody Alpine Ski team traveled over to Casper this weekend for the Bruce Studer Invitational at Hogadon Ski area. The Fillies would take 3rd place as a team while the Broncs finished in 4th. On Thursday, both teams would compete in the Giant Slalom race. The Fillies got off to a strong start, Thursday,…

The Cody Bronc Wrestling team was back in action over the weekend as they took part in the Lander Invite. The Broncs would finish 2nd as a team behind Kemmerer with 191 points. Cody wrestling had 4 individual champions during the tournament. William Wood was 1st at 106 pounds. Ty Peterson was 1st at 113…

The Cody Basketball teams would close out the first round of conference/quad play over the weekend as they played host to Casper Kelly Walsh and traveled to Rock Springs. Friday night both teams would come away with a sweep over Kelly Walsh as the Fillies defeated the Lady Trojans by a final of 70-25 and…

A statute repeal in House Bill 87 could mean infringing on the autonomy of private museums, colleges, and schools by penalizing them for anything deemed “obscene.” “Child pornography” in schools and libraries was a hot-button issue in 2022. School and library boards were challenged for having specific literature – like The Color Purple – in…

Youth For Justice from Cody High School is a group of students who choose legislation, usually impacting kids, and go to the legislature in Cheyenne and talk to state representatives from all over the state about a bill that they research and stand behind.  They were founded 25 years ago by Deb White, who is…

A new initiative in the Republican-led U.S. House would simultaneously add more bureaucratic approval before any president could tap into the Strategic Petroleum Reserve while increasing drilling on public lands to offset prices. The Strategic Production Response Act, H.R. 21, limits releases of the national reserve to severe interruptions of energy supply that require the…

The Wyoming State Museum is showcasing the work from the 2022 Bighorn Basin Documentary Photography project led by artist Barrie Bryant of Kirby, WY. Barrie Lynn Bryant began his professional art career as a photographer in 1989. By 1994, he had established his largest body of work, “The Arkansas Diaries.” As relevant as ever, especially…

Joy Hill and Kim Dillivan, from the Park County Planning and Zoning Department, spoke about the Land Use plan – where the plan is at the moment, what needs to still be done and how it will proceed moving forward.  They also spoke about how important it is to get the public’s input and opinions…


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