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The Thermopolis Mexican restaurant Las Fuentes was engulfed in a fire Monday evening sending flames and black smoke high into the night sky. As of 9 p.m. the Thermopolis Volunteer Fire Department had responded and was actively trying to stop the flames. They were able to contain the fire, but it consumed the entire building.…

Update (4:35 PM): Park County School District #1 buses are running in Powell as normal this afternoon, thanks to the bus deliveries from Cody and Lovell, and the spare buses in the district’s fleet. ======================================================= Update (1:55 PM): The fire at the bus barn for Park County School District #1 was devastating and costly, but…

UPDATE (10:28 a.m.): The Park County Sheriff’s office says the blaze is a grass fire on County Road 3SK. The KODI news team is pursuing further details and will pass them along as they become available. ================================================== Original Story: Fire crews are responding Tuesday morning to a new blaze that broke out several miles south…

It was a fiery weekend in Cody. On Friday morning of last week, the Wild Horse Café unexpectedly caught fire. The source of the fire is currently attributed to an indoor electrical malfunction. The Cody Fire Department quickly responded to the scene, but not before the entire establishment was caught in the blaze. There’s no…

The University of Wyoming Extension has published the state’s regulations for prescribed burns. Prescribed burns are an increasingly popular and effective way for landowners to manage their properties. The Extension’s publication focuses not on the methods but the laws and regulations that might get landowners in trouble if they do not observe the proper procedures.…

Was that smoke coming from Southfork earlier this week? Yes. Shonshone National Forest fire and fuels crews were burning some slash piles between Legg Creek and Cabin Creek in the corridor of the South Fork of the Shoshone River. Kristie Salvmann, Public Information Officer for the Forest, explains that this is a fairly safe practice…


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