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For the first time this school year, University of Wyoming students can breathe more freely, as the Board of Trustees lifts most of its mask requirements. On Wednesday, Feb. 16, the University of Wyoming Board of Trustees held their monthly meeting. The board lifted nearly all the campus’s mask requirements during that meeting after a…

The Park County School District #6 Board of Trustees announced Vernon Orndorff is their choice for the Superintendent of Cody’s schools starting in July 2022. On the evening of Monday, Jan. 31, the Park County School District #6 Board of Trustees released a statement announcing their months-long selection process has ended. Cody will have a…

By the end of this week, the Park County School District #6 Board of Trustees hopes to introduce the next superintendent of the Cody school district. The agenda for the next three meetings of the Park County School District #6 Board of Trustees in Cody look similar. The Pledge of Allegiance, a roll call, approval…

Park County School District #6 eases its COVID-19 protocol, changing how families can choose to quarantine for the benefit of Cody students, staff, and teachers. COVID-19 continues to be a daily struggle for many places in Cody, especially for Park County School District #6. The ongoing spread of the Delta variant has students being stuck…

Masks will stay on at the University of Wyoming after the Board of Trustees voted to extend the campus policy due to high transmission levels in Laramie. During a meeting on Friday, Sept. 17, the University of Wyoming Board of Trustees voted to extend the university’s mask policy. As a result, masks will be required…

The Park County School District #6 Board of Trustees unanimously accepted the retirement request of Peg Monteith, leaving Cody schools without a leader. Cody schools are once again looking for a leader, both permanent and temporary. During an emergency meeting, the Cody School Board voted to accept the early retirement request of Interim Superintendent Peg…

After publishing a racist essay, a member of the prestigious Buffalo Bill Center of the West Board of Trustees has resigned after nearly a decade on the board. 85-year-old Henry “Rip” McIntosh had been a trustee at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West since September 2012. Before his resignation, he served on the Executive…

Up to 25 positions might be axed as Northwest College tries to offset its current budget shortfall with the cuts anticipated in the years to come. An internal “Reduction of Force” memo sent Monday afternoon from Interim President Lisa Watson to Northwest College employees shows the extent of the layoffs. The NWC Board of Trustees…


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