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Wyoming Game and Fish is opening its Bighorn Basin Wildlife Habitat Management Areas for Summer 2022 – just be cautious and bear-aware while you’re there. Wyoming Game and Fish is gradually opening its wildlife habitat management areas (W.H.M.A.s). These areas give big game a safe, unaffected range to weather out the winter. However, all species…

As the seasons finally change, the City of Cody reminds residents of important dates and details for two important city services – raw water and yard waste. The City of Cody wants its residents to be aware of some simple civic responsibilities as summer approaches. Recently, the City posted information on Facebook about important upcoming…

Northwest College announces another computer science endorsement program, which will qualify local teachers to teach the newest class in the curriculum. Northwest College is again offering a computer science endorsement program – beginning this summer – to all K-12 teachers. The professional development program is fully online, starting June 1 and running through May of…

The Bureau of Reclamation is holding an important meeting at the Park County Fairgrounds to discuss water and the Buffalo Bill Reservoir in 2022. The Bureau of Reclamation will host a public Buffalo Bill Reservoir Water Information Meeting in Powell on Tuesday, Mar. 15 at 1:00 p.m. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss…

It has been hot lately. Like go crack an egg on the driveway and watch it cook type hot. The type of temperatures that make you think about the week in February that set record lows and want to go back. This is at least more tolerable and expected in late July or August, but…

What color swimsuit do you wear? Is it the same every year? Sociologist Jackie Boles says you can learn a lot about your personality by the color of your bathing suit. Here’s a list of colors of suits and what it may mean for you:   Black — You are a very dramatic person and you…

There will be challenges putting together the workforce for this summer’s tourist season in Cody, Tina Hoebelheinrich said Tuesday morning on KODI’s “Speak Your Piece with Darian Dudrick.” “We bring on an additional 1,500 workers,” the Cody Country Chamber of Commerce executive director said. “And those 1,500 extra people that we need during the peak…

Pennsylvania has a groundhog and its shadow as the first sign of spring – Yellowstone has a grizzly and its appetite to unofficially begin the summer. Park officials have announced the first Yellowstone grizzly sighting of 2021. On Saturday, March 13, a pilot supporting park wildlife studies saw that grizzly and got quite the spectacle.…

Things are getting busier at Yellowstone Regional Airport. After the typical seasonal slowdowns and the COVDI-19 closures and cancellations devastating the airline industry, it seems that things are beginning to look up at Cody’s airport. Bob Hooper, the Director of Yellowstone Regional Airport, reports that last weeks’ total number of passengers were over 100 –…

There were some pleasant surprises ready to great Yellowstone’s first visitors through the East Gate. As announced last week, the East and South Entrances to the park opened for the beginning of the amended summer season. The opening was planned for noon yesterday. But when the first eager people drove up to wait for the…


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