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The B.L.M. Cody Office is looking at potentially darting and trapping wild horses near McCullough Peaks for relocation to control the herd’s growth. The Bureau of Land Management Cody Field Office requests local input as it begins as an analysis of future wild horse fertility control and bait trap gathers in the McCullough Peaks Herd…

As a starting point for a rigorous examination of the current K-12 standards, the Wyoming State Board of Education (SBE) recently convened critical stakeholders from across the state to conduct an audit in math and science content areas. At its October meeting, the board approved a resolution to address the load of state standards. The…

With an abundance of natural beauty and opportunities for outdoor recreation, the Buffalo Bill Reservoir and State Parks wants the community to give opinions to determine a path for the future. In partnership with the Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation), Wyoming State Parks is embarking on a resource management planning process for Buffalo Bill Reservoir and…

There is another chance for the Cody community to hear the findings, see the facts, and possibly give their input on permanent solutions to keep pedestrians safe and traffic moving on Big Horn Avenue. The Canadian company Stantec Inc. is continuing the Big Horn Avenue Corridor Study, commissioned by the City of Cody. Their objective…

A pedestrian crosswalk will be temporarily placed on Big Horn Avenue by Cody Middle School as a possible solution to the dangers children face when crossing the highway – but drivers may not like it. W.Y.D.O.T. announced a three-month pedestrian crosswalk test will be installed before the beginning of the 2022-23 school year in Cody…

W.Y.D.O.T. is traversing the Bighorn Basin to get public input on its ongoing plan to improve over 1,300 miles of highway in northwest Wyoming over the next several years. The Wyoming Department of Transportation has finished its yearly update for its Wyoming Statewide Transportation Improvement Program. S.T.I.P. is a six-year, fiscally constrained program representing the…

The B.L.M. is reevaluating its long-term assessment of the Bighorn Basin and asks the public for their opinions on managing the region’s bountiful resources. The Bureau of Land Management Cody and Worland field offices seek input as they evaluate the 2015 Bighorn Basin Resource Management Plan (R.M.P.). It’s the first time the plan has been…

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…

W.Y.D.O.T. will soon have the resources needed to make Wyoming roads and highways more amendable to a future of electric vehicles. Wyoming will soon receive nearly four million dollars of federal money for the National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) formula. The funds will be expressly used to facilitate electric vehicle infrastructure development, especially charging stations,…


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