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Wednesday into Thursday night Cody experienced a power outage that spanned over about a third of the city. The reason for that power outage was not blistering Wyoming winds or any sort of precipitation, but instead, a raccoon. The little critter got up into the WAPA substation up on Glendale near Beck Lake according to…

Even Yellowstone isn’t immune from summer construction season, with three significant projects underway while tourists traverse the park in Summer 2021. Three major road construction projects will occur in Yellowstone National Park in 2021. Only one of the three projects will involve a complete closure. The other two will cause delays and/or traffic pattern changes…

The Second Amendment Preservation Act failed in the Wyoming Legislature after several amendments. Wednesday morning on KODI’s “Speak Your Piece with Darian Dudrick,” retired federal law enforcement officer Bill Tallen explained the bill’s journey through the Senate and eventual demise in the House. The purpose of the bill was to protect Wyoming gun owners from…

Wyoming Has Some Wild World Records.

As the flow of water from the Buffalo Bill Reservoir and into the Shoshone River increases, Cody residents are asked to stay safe near the rushing water. Every spring, snowmelt from the mountains flows into the Buffalo Bill Reservoir. To ensure that runoff is contained without damaging the reservoir, flushing flows occur downstream into the…

The vaccination sensation continues in Park County, but there are still more vaccines than people signing up for clinics with summer right around the corner. Park County Public Health has released the latest vaccination numbers for Park County. Once again, a healthy number of residents are making the healthy choice to get vaccinated. As of…

Dear Mother Nature, My kids love to play outside in your fresh air, the hunters get to hunt in your forests year-round & road trips across the state are stunning!  While you have many features that people across the world love & I’m totally grateful to live in a state with 4-seasons, this year I…

April 4th – 10th is National Library week. Open a book and let the pages take you places.

Work will begin next week to repair humps on a portion of WYO 120 north of Cody. Cody Beers, Wyoming Department of Transportation District 5 public relations specialist, talked about the project Tuesday morning on KODI’s “Speak Your Piece with Darian Dudrick.” “There are three settlement areas on the highway out toward the intersection of…

The effort to designate part of Wyoming Highway 120 in honor of the late state senator failed in the Wyoming Senate by a five-vote margin. House Bill 135 failed to pass in the Wyoming Senate. This ends the attempt to memorialize late Park County Senator Hank Coe on Wyoming Highway 120, according to Wyoming Public…


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