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On Thursday, September 15th, 2022 Live After Five will take place from 5-7 p.m. at Absaroka Wealth Management (1438 Sheridan Ave, Cody, WY). This Live After Five, an informal business networking event, is the first event following a summer break. The Cody Chamber writes, “It’s a great chance to make some new connections for your…

The Thermopolis Police Department is celebrating its citizens for a year of very few arrests for public intoxication – at least so far – in 2022. On Monday, Sept. 12, the Thermopolis Police Department posted a sincere message of thanks and congratulations on its Facebook page. After reviewing its records for 2022, the department realized…

On Tuesday, September 27th, 2022,  the Buffalo Bill Center of the West and the Draper Natural History will host a panel of experts from around the country to discuss “black-footed ferret conservation.” Moderated by Pitchfork Ranch owner Lenox Baker, the discussion explores the “challenges, breakthroughs, and contributions” of these experts to the conservation of the…

Jackie Hinther, Event and Outreach Coordinator for the Park County Animal Shelter, spoke about the successful golf tournament fundraiser, the upcoming Tats and Tails fundraising event, and what to do in the Fall to help your pets in the Winter.  Plus how the Trap, Neuter, and Return program is working to lessen the feral cat…

“Getting out to meet with grassroots members helps me better understand the issues they are facing so I can share their stories with members of Congress and officials in the executive branch,” American Farm Bureau Federation (AFBF) President Zippy Duvall says. “These visits are also a great opportunity for me to remind our members of…

The U.S. Department of the Interior has rechristened almost 650 summits, streams, and other landmarks to remove a derogatory term for indigenous women from all federal maps. Last week, the Department of the Interior today announced the Board on Geographic Names (BGN) has voted on the final replacement names for nearly 650 geographic features nationwide…

Due to hazardous fumes coming from a burned solar battery, the entire West Thumb Geyser Basin is closed “until further notice” while park officials let time and weather clear the area. On Monday, September 12, Yellowstone officials announced the West Thumb Geyser Basin, located in the southern part of the park, will be “closed until…

The need for blood never stops and currently donations are low.  “Nationally we are in critical need.  Donations are down 50 percent on the national level,” explains Sherri Houston, Senior Donor Recruiter for Vitalant out of Billings.  That’s why there is a Cody community blood drive happening today through Wednesday at the VFW Post 2673…

The new platform gives patients and providers one place to easily access medical records in the Cody Regional Health system, anywhere in the Bighorn Basin and across the United States. Cody Regional Health is completing a system-wide launch of its new Electronic Health Record (E.H.R.) system called Epic. The simultaneous “go -live” will encompass all of…

With the recent flooding of Yellowstone National Park there was a lot to clean up.  But when the National Park wanted to move a front-end loader that had been stranded on one of the washed-out roads near Gardiner, Montana, they called the Montana National Guard for help.  The Guard responded with a CH-47 Chinook helicopter.…


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