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The Cody Broncs Swim team honored Bradley Fick for Senior night on Thursday. Fick is the lone Bronc on the swim roster this year and would show-out on his night. He helped the 200 Yard Medley Relay team take second and the 200 Yard Free Relay team take fifth. Individually, he was first in the…

The California resident will spend nine months in jail after one drunken night in Yellowstone that ended with broken property and injured rangers. Benjamin J. Bagala, age 27, of Santa Rosa, California, pleaded guilty during a Zoom hearing with U.S. Magistrate Judge Mark L. Carman. He was charged with three counts of assaulting, resisting, or…

Wyoming students show their determination, resilience, and tenacity for the eighth consecutive year as high school graduation rates continuously improve. The Wyoming Department of Education (W.D.E.) released today (Jan. 19) the high school graduation rates for the 2020-2021 school year. Despite unorthodox learning methods and COVID-19, the graduation rate improved for the eighth consecutive year.…

The Absaroka Fence Initiative made a significant impact during its first year, removing or improving 14 miles of fence and improving wildlife migrations. After its first full year of on-the-ground projects, the Absaroka Fence Initiative is looking back at the successes of 2021 with gratitude for its many partners and volunteers from the community. The…

An international project digitizing important illustrations will also strengthen connections between the Buffalo Bill Center and the University of Wyoming. Researchers at the University of Wyoming and the Buffalo Bill Center of the West have joined international colleagues in Wales in a new project to develop digital tools to analyze historical book illustrations to gain…

The experimental blockchain city in Park County lost nearly $100,000 after a leader’s Discord account was hacked, compromising the investment of its “citizens.” Within a few months of a historic land purchase, the “city of the future on the Ethereum blockchain” in Park County is facing its first serious challenge. After infiltrating a Discord server,…

As the 2022 Wyoming legislative session approaches, a new bill seeks to define and regulate the not-too-distant future of self-driving vehicles. One of the numerous bills up for debate in the upcoming Wyoming legislative session is Senate File 16. The bill is sponsored by the Joint Transportation, Highways, and Military Affairs Interim Committee. Senate File…

A 35-second shot clock has officially been approved for High School basketball in Montana, as has sanctioned High School Baseball. With that news coming out, could that mean it’s just a matter of time until Wyoming Basketball adopts the same measures? The shot clock will officially go into effect during the 2022-23 school year in…

Shoshoni’s Emma Crichton has committed to Chadron State for wrestling. Crichton is a two time Wyoming State Qualifier in the boys division, has participated in USA wrestling as well is a part of Wyoming’s Women’s National Team. According to a personal statement of hers “I do this sport to show other girls that we as…

The B.L.M. intends to burn hundreds of acres in the Bighorn Basin over the next two years to improve habitat and forest health for important flora and fauna. The Bureau of Land Management Wind River/Bighorn Basin District tentatively plans to conduct three prescribed fire projects within the Cody and Worland field office areas this winter…


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