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On Friday, May 6th, 2022, Wyoming State Treasurer Curtis Meier officially announced his re-election campaign. He is seeking a second term in office. Prior to being State Treasurer, Meier served in the Wyoming State Senate for 24 years where he worked on a wide range of legislative committee assignments. Meier has served on a State…

The morning was cool with a light breeze for the 8th Annual Park & Pancakes (5/6/2022) near downtown Cody. Cody Country Chamber of Commerce members, as is customary, served a complimentary breakfast of flapjacks, bacon (provided by Blair Hotels), fruit, and coffee at the City Park near Cody High School. The event celebrates the opening…

The Cody Fillies, for the first time this season, have made the top 5 of the Wyopreps Coaches and Media Softball Poll. The eighth edition of the rankings were released Wednesday morning and the Fillies are the No. 5 ranked team in the state. Cody has been hovering on the outside of the rankings all…

For Allyson Jacobs, life in her 20s and 30s was about focusing on her career in health care and enjoying the social scene in New York City. It wasn’t until she turned 40 that she and her husband started trying to have children. They had a son when she was 42. Over the past three…

The Cody Soccer teams were in Lander Thursday night for another round of conference games. At this point in the season, the Fillies look indestructible. They took to the pitch first, on Thursday, in what proved to be another State Championship preview. The Fillies would go up 2-1 at the half and scored once more…

Baseball is back. Opening day for the Cody Cubs will be Saturday as they trek over to Casper for a double header to open the 2022 summer season. The Cubs are coming off a 2021 campaign where they finished 45-17 and won their 6th State Championship in 8 years. They also had the opportunity to…

Touropia cites Cody’s charm, cost of living, and excellent schools as its rationale for naming Cody as the best place to make a living in Wyoming. The travel and tourism website Touropia published its list of the “12 Best Cities in Wyoming to Live and Visit” on April 19, 2022. Rather than focus on each…

A research proposal from the University of Wyoming’s Meat Science Department in the College of Agricultural & Life Sciences will receive funding from the Wyoming Beef Council (WBC). The council voted to approve Dr. Cody Gifford’s study, which plans to investigate how to add “value and palatability” to the beef round. Gifford and his assistant…

Chris Flesch has been named as the new Yellowstone National Park chief of Visitor and Resource Protection (VRP). Flesch is a 17-year veteran of the National Park Service, and he succeeds Sarah Davis who retired this April. As the 19th chief ranger, Flesch’s appointment began on May 1st, 2022. With more than 275 employees to…

Northwest College will be holding a pair of special ceremonies on May 6 and May 13 to honor the 2022 graduates of the paramedic and nursing programs. The Paramedic Coining Ceremony is scheduled for Friday, May 6, at 10:00 a.m. in the Yellowstone Building Conference Center. The R.N. Pinning Ceremony is scheduled for Friday, May…


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