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Cody schools may soon ask the state to make faces something that isn’t covered in the K-12 curriculum after receiving considerable input from the community. As the number of COVID-19 cases declines throughout Wyoming, Park County School District #6 decided to ask the question: is it time for Cody kids and teachers to go maskless?…

How long will Wyoming residents be mandated to wear a mask? According to the governor, an end may be in sight. While the state’s public health orders are slowly being eased back, there is still a statewide mask mandate in place. Governor Mark Gordon enacted the mandate in early December when COVID-19 cases were reaching…

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…

Things will begin easing their way back to normal – for now. Governor Mark Gordon has released the latest amendments to Wyoming’s public health orders, now in its 19th iteration since they were first imposed on March 13, 2020. The changes, which take effect Saturday, Jan. 9, means that many local entities can literally start…

Wearing a face mask is a matter of homeland security – and now you can secure your face for free. The Park County Office of Homeland Security received a big delivery: over 13,000 face masks, courtesy of the Wyoming Office of Homeland Security. The masks themselves are cloth and can be washed and reused. Jack…

There’s a light at the end of the COVID tunnel – but we’re not through yet. Dr. Aaron Billin, Park County Public Health Officer announced Sunday night that the first doses of the much-anticipated Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine have been shipped and are making their way to Park County medical centers. He also posted a video…

The latest amendments to the state’s public health orders reflect the current state of the COVID-19 pandemic, getting more restrictive for the first time in several months. Governor Mark Gordon released the new amendments to the state’s ongoing public health orders yesterday. It’s the 17th continuation of the orders since their implementation in March 2020.…

The Cody school district has confirmed one positive case of COVID-19 and several students and staff are currently quarantined, but the schools’ protection policies have been largely successful thus far. Park County School District #6 said on its website Thursday that 13 students have been ordered to quarantine due to close contact with confirmed COVID…


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