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The City of Cody will launch a municipal dashboard on its website Friday, May 7. City Finance Officer Leslie Brumage and City Administrator Barry Cook discussed the rollout of Clearly Cody on KODI’s “Speak Your Piece with Darian Dudrick” Friday morning. According to information city residents will receive in the mail with their utility bills,…

Cody’s leaders have a new way to reach out to their community, thanks to a monthly digital newsletter that will be available to all Cody residents. April 2021 marks the beginning of a new chapter for the City of Cody. On Friday, April 16, the city released the first edition of its new monthly newsletter.…

Friday morning on KODI’s “Speak Your Piece with Darian Dudrick,” the city planner talked about the recent approval of a new brewery in Cody. Todd Stowell detailed the process, which was anything but smooth as the number of parking spaces came into question. Finally, a special exemption was granted by the planning and zoning board…

Melting ice and snow on the road caused the incident, with the driver sustaining only minor injuries after the harrowing experience. At 10 a.m. Monday morning, a 74-year-old man was driving on Yellowstone Avenue. When the driver reached the section of the road passing over Sulphur Creek, he lost control of the vehicle and it…

The annual fundraiser is looking for a new date and venue, but the Cody chapter of Soroptimist International isn’t confirming any details at the present time. On Friday morning, Feb. 12, the Cody chapter of Soroptimist International announced that their 47th Annual Wine Tasting Party has been postponed. The non-profit’s 2020’s event was cancelled due…

After a student narrowly avoids an accident while crossing the road, Cody Superintendent Peg Monteith says this won’t be the last time – action must be taken. Peg Monteith has served as superintendent of Park County School District #6 for almost a year, but the debate over a safer crossing at Big Horn Avenue (a…

After the precautionary evacuation of the chamber due to the massive pine tree’s ominous swaying, the decision was made to remove it Thursday. By 11 a.m. Wednesday morning, a sign had been placed on the door of the Cody Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center: Temporarily Closed Cody Chamber PCTC Offices Cody Visitor Center Temporarily…

The Cody City Council has adopted the new rules for any food trucks and other mobile vendors that plan to operate within the city limits in 2021. As of the 1st of January, all mobile vendors in the city have received a copy of the ordinance. It is also available online on the City of…

The City of Cody has been allocated a grant of $1.6 million dollars – the maximum amount possible – to cover COVID-19 related expenses. The State of Wyoming received over a billion dollars in federal CARES Act funding from the federal government. Approximately $150 million dollars of that allocation was set aside for state governments,…

A grim procession will be seen making its way through Cody. CertainTeed has released a statement saying that these will soon be removing remnant gypsum board material from the now defunct plant site, as part of their compliance with the States Solid Waste Permit Regulations. Jackson Excavation will begin hauling this non-hazardous, off-spec gypsum board…


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