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The Transcontinental Railroad connected Wyoming to the nation – now, the Front Range Passenger Rail Line could eventually wind its way from Colorado to Montana – but the first stop in Wyoming starts in Cheyenne. Colorado has geared up its efforts to bring passenger rail service to the Front Range, and Cheyenne is staying on…

Cody Beers, Public Relations Specialist for WyDOT, spoke about a tractor trailer that had slid off the road on Highway 120 between Cody and Meeteetse, also he talked about the Big Horn Avenue project as well as answer the questions of why is WyDOT down so many snow plow drivers.    

Phillip Bowman, Cody Public Works Director and City Engineer, spoke about the latest on the Big Horn Avenue project at Freedom Street.  Phillip also spoke about why water rates in Cody will be going up eight percent on December 1st.  He also explained how the City comes up with their rate for water usage.  

Cody Beers, the public relations specialist for WYDOT, spoke about the Big Horn Avenue project and how the cross walk is affecting traffic.  He also talked about the closing of the Beartooth Highway for the season and how the department of transportation is gearing up for winter.  

U.S.D.A. Rural Development Wyoming State Director Glenn Pauley announced the Department is awarding $9.59 million to provide high-speed internet access for rural residents and businesses in Wyoming. The funding is part of the Biden-Harris Administration’s commitment to investing in rural infrastructure and providing reliable, affordable, high-speed internet. U.S.D.A. is making the investments through the third…

Wyoming Republican Senators John Barrasso and Cynthia Lummis are joining other members of the Senate in introducing legislation to simplify and expedite the permitting process for energy and infrastructure projects. Titled the Simplify Timelines and Assure Regulatory Transparency Act, the START Act includes comprehensive federal regulatory permitting and project review reform. The proposed legislation also…

Matt Hall, the mayor of Cody, spoke about how summer tourism is going this season, his thoughts on the temporary crosswalk on Bighorn Avenue and what we can expect from the Citizen’s Academy that the City has each year.

The Buffalo Bill Dam fulfills an essential purpose every day, but a test by the Bureau of Reclamation proves it will work safely and efficiently when it needs to release some of the water it contains. The Bureau of Reclamation’s Wyoming Area Office completed a full travel gate testing at Buffalo Bill Dam outside of…

Cody Beers, WYDOT Public Relations Specialist, related the latest on the mudslide that shut down the East Entrance of YNP for a time last night.  Cody also spoke about the temporary crosswalk that is in place at Bighorn Avenue and Freedom Street as well as reminding drivers to winterize their cars for the upcoming winter…

Phillip  Bowman, the Public Works Director for the City of Cody, spoke about the temporary crosswalk that has been installed on Big Horn Avenue at Freedom Street.  Phillip also talked about the Master Plan study as well as a newly approved storm drainage utility fee.


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