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Wyoming Game and Fish implores this fall’s hunters to prepare their transport and disposal plans for their fall trophies. Not doing so risks the spread of the fatal Chronic Wasting Disease. While most hunters are planning to succeed in their fall hunts, that’s only part of their plan. Game and Fish has transport and disposal…

The Wyoming Business Council is closing applications for the COVID-19 Business Relief Program’s Relief and Mitigation funds at 5 pm, September 15. The Relief fund covers business losses associated with the pandemic, both COVID-19 and the state’s public health orders. It’s open to small businesses and non-profits with anywhere from one to 100 full-time employees…

Update (4:35 PM): Park County School District #1 buses are running in Powell as normal this afternoon, thanks to the bus deliveries from Cody and Lovell, and the spare buses in the district’s fleet. ======================================================= Update (1:55 PM): The fire at the bus barn for Park County School District #1 was devastating and costly, but…

The Lone Star Fire has necessitated the closure of the Ferns Cascade Trail, a 2.5-mile loop just south of Old Faithful. The trail joins trails and campsites in the Shoshone Lake and Lone Star Geyser area that have been closed since the fire began August 22, 23 miles southwest of the developed areas of Old…

There are several impediments currently affecting the Old Faithful area of Yellowstone National Park. The Old Faithful Overpass Bridge was closed on July 22 due to structural concerns. At this point, the bridge remains closed to public traffic as National Park Service engineers evaluate the bridge’s condition and make repairs. This work includes deck repairs, new approach…

Park County School District #1 Superintendent Jay Curtis took to Facebook with the latest update on the virus’s spread: three students and one non-instructional staff member have tested positive. Those people are currently in isolation, in addition to eight students and one staff member also in quarantine but who haven’t – currently – tested positive.…

Just four days into the school year, there’s a confirmed case of COVID-19 in Park County School District #6. The announcement was made Thursday by District Superintendent Peg Monteith on the Cody Public Schools, Cody Wyoming Park County #6 Facebook page. In accordance with the district’s reopening plan, Park County Public Health was notified immediately…

After over a year and millions of dollars, the “impossible” is finished and open. The Cody Chamber of Commerce joined the city’s public works department, Mountain Construction Company, and other agency representatives Thursday for the official ribbon cutting at Castle Creek. The original scope of the $14 million dollar  Southfork Federal Lands Access Project was…

The Cody Field Office of Wyoming Game and Fish spent July restocking several mountainous lakes and ponds on the west slope of the Bighorn Mountains. 21 thousand Yellowstone cutthroat trout and other native fish were stocked in over a dozen ponds on the slope. Cutthroats were stocked in East Marion Lake, Emerald Lake, Lake Elsie,…

September has officially been designated Hunger Action Month in Cody. The Cody City Council voted unanimously in favor of the designation, read aloud by Mayor Matt Hall, to address hunger and food scarcity in Cody. The Council heard the proclamation discussing the growing problem of food scarcity in Cody and all of Wyoming and the…


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