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This Friday, April 29th, 2022, area law enforcement officers will hold the Law Enforcement Torch Run to support Special Olympics Wyoming. The run is scheduled to begin at 8:15 a.m. near Walgreens (1585 Sheridan Ave). Local law enforcement will carry the “Flame of Hope” over to the Opening Ceremonies at the Cody High School track.…

Arachnophobes beware! Wyoming spider enthusiasts are elated by the sighting of a rare western spider that has never been “officially” seen in the state. The Facebook group Spiders of Wyoming is just that. Members post photos of the spiders they spot across the state for the delight of spider fans.Earlier this month, the group announced…

There is a flurry of activity in the Wind River Canyon as W.Y.D.O.T. moves up the timeline for essential mitigation projects after last weekend’s rockslide – which means 30+ minute delays this summer. Last Saturday’s rockslide closed the section of US20/WY789 running through the Wind River Canyon for four hours. Because of this, W.Y.D.O.T. isn’t…

As the seasons finally change, the City of Cody reminds residents of important dates and details for two important city services – raw water and yard waste. The City of Cody wants its residents to be aware of some simple civic responsibilities as summer approaches. Recently, the City posted information on Facebook about important upcoming…

Park County’s irrigation canals are filling and flowing for summer, so the Park County Sheriff’s Office reminds everyone to stay safe around the water. Last week, the Park County Sheriff’s Office posted an annual reminder for Park County residents on Facebook. With summer approaching and school almost out, there’s a higher risk of incidents in…

Northwest College announces another computer science endorsement program, which will qualify local teachers to teach the newest class in the curriculum. Northwest College is again offering a computer science endorsement program – beginning this summer – to all K-12 teachers. The professional development program is fully online, starting June 1 and running through May of…

This summer Cody is a scheduled destination for one of Harley-Davidson’s 2022 Global H.O.G.® Rallies, “Kick’n It in Cody!”, part of the Harley Owners Group, set to take place on June 23rd-25th. City Mayor Matt Hall shared news about the event with Mac Watson on KODI, Speak Your Piece (April 25th, 2022). Despite high gas…

Governor Gordon presents a solution to get BOOTS on the ground and online for workers and businesses to empower Wyoming’s workforce. As part of his ongoing focus on education and workforce development, Governor Mark Gordon has launched a new dashboard that provides tools for job seekers, businesses, and educators. The BOOTS dashboard (Business occupational outlook…

Wyoming Game and Fish’s annual gray wolf management report reaffirms that Wyoming has gone above and beyond recovery parameters for the gray wolf in the state. Wyoming Game and Fish has published its 2021 Wyoming Gray Wolf Monitoring and Management annual report. Once again, the department emphasizes that Wyoming wolves are fully recovered and beyond…

Multiple agencies are partnering to support the third year of Jennie Gordon’s effort to reduce food scarcity by locally growing and sharing fresh produce. First Lady Jennie Gordon’s Wyoming Hunger Initiative is proud to partner with the Cent$ible Nutrition Program (CNP) and the University of Wyoming Extension for the second year of the Grow a…


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