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Bighorn National Forest recreation managers are hosting a series of six public forums to gather input on “dispersed camping management.” Interested parties are invited to attend meeting sessions “as long or as little as you like,” as there will be no formal presentations. These meetings are for prompting conversations around dispersed camping management and thoughts…

The Cody Auditorium is one step closer to installing a six-figure fire suppression system to ensure all future events can safely and legally serve alcohol. During its latest meeting, the Cody City Council voted to authorize Mayor Matt Hall to sign Amendment 1. That amendment allows the City and Engineering Associates to design the much-needed…

The Wyoming Department of Game and Fish is planning to hold a public meeting for an open comment period in the Grizzly Room at the Park County Library in Cody. The meeting will take place at 6 p.m. on July 21st to gain input on the following regulations: Chapter 28, Big or trophy game animal…

As the 2022 Wyoming legislative session approaches, a new bill seeks to define and regulate the not-too-distant future of self-driving vehicles. One of the numerous bills up for debate in the upcoming Wyoming legislative session is Senate File 16. The bill is sponsored by the Joint Transportation, Highways, and Military Affairs Interim Committee. Senate File…

The 2021 Wyoming Legislature passed several bills making changes to the Wyoming Game and Fish Department laws and regulations that benefit Wyomingites. The department has summarized the notable Game and Fish-related bills passed in the recent legislative session, how they will impact Wyomingites, and the next steps for implementation. All the bills listed will go…

As Wyoming transitions into Fall 2020, Shoshone National Forest reminds everyone to plan and be prepared to protect themselves and the landscape during their next trip. Forest officials want to ensure that everyone enjoys the fall safely and responsibly. This fall has already seen snow and heavier precipitation at the high altitudes while much of…

There’s a new part of Matthew 25:31-40 that is permissible now: if in prison, you can go visit me. The Park County Sheriff’s Office Detention Center is allowing limited inmate visits starting this weekend, weekend Saturday, July 25th and Sunday July 26th. The key word is “limited” as there are a number of stipulations and…


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