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Future elections in Park County will not be counted by hand, per the decision of the Park County Commissioners after a local push for more election security. After a push for election reform, the Park County Commissioners have decided not to hand count votes in future elections. However, that decision wasn’t based on opinion but…

Cody leader and former US Senator Al Simpson has a few words for his fellow Park County Republicans, questioning their motives as they push for election reform. On Friday, April 15, Simpson penned a letter to the editor and submitted it to the online publication WyoFile. In his letter, Simpson addresses the recent push –…

The Park County Land Use Plan has a website and a detailed timeline so everyone can contribute and keep tabs on the progress of this important process. After months of preparation and screenings, the Land Use Plan Process has begun. The result will affect Park County, its residents, and the potential of its future for…

The Park County Land Use Plan has been preparing to kick off during March, with the first opportunities for public input scheduled for April. Park County will spend the next two years revising its Land Use Plan, determining the future of zoning and construction in Cody, Powell, Meeteetse, and every other county community for the…

The Interior Department has a list of over 650 geographic features – including two in the Bighorn Basin – that it wants to rename to get one derogatory word off the map forever. On Tuesday, Feb. 22, the U.S. Department of the Interior released a “candidate replacement names” list for 661 geographic features and landmarks…

The update of the Park County Land Use Plan begins this March, as the county commissioners call for interested residents to join a critical committee. Park County is beginning the two-year process of revising the county’s Land Use Plan. This document – last updated in 1998 – will determine the future of zoning and development…

The Park County Commissioners encourage anyone invested in the future growth of the region to speak up as the county revises its two-decade-old Land Use Plan. Park County and its communities have resisted the relentless push into the 21st Century in many ways. But as more people move to the region, the demand for land…

Fire is one seasonal visitor that isn’t welcome in Park County this summer, as the county and federal agencies take action to prevent human-caused wildfires. Throughout northwest Wyoming, the risk of intense wildfires grows every day as Park County continues to get hotter and drier. Now, more activities are restricted to ensure the safety of…

Various topics were covered with the Park County commissioners Friday morning on KODI’s “Speak Your Piece with Darian Dudrick.” Among the issues Dudrick discussed with Commissioners Lee Livingston and Dossie Overfield were: – COVID vaccine supply in Park County. – Upcoming county fair. – Comments sought for the current Natural Resource Management Plan and the…

Friday morning on KODI’s “Speak Your Piece with Darian Dudrick,” the Park County commissioners provided their thoughts on bills currently in the Wyoming Legislature. Lee Livingston – who is in Cheyenne for the session – Dossie Overfield and Lloyd Thiel talked to Dudrick about potential legislation that would affect Park County. Other topics discussed during…


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