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Corri Siggins and Jody Oliver, from the Women Empowerment Campaign, spoke about how the non-profit’s mission is to embolden and empower women and keep the community safe using knowledge as their greatest weapon.  They also spoke about how they hold three to four workshops a year and have frank conversations about cybersecurity, situational awareness, escape…

Lisa Peterman, executive director of Crisis Intervention Services, spoke about how they have moved into a temporary place in the old Marathon building and will be there for a number of months as they move forward with their project that will allow them to have more services.  Lisa is optimistic and says it’s through grant…

Deni Hirsh, Chief Development Officer for Forward Cody, spoke about what Forward Cody does for the community, their vision for 2023, and why membership is so important.  Deni also talked about her background in fundraising and grant writing which helps her in her current role as a development officer.

Jennifer Just, program coordinator for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Park County, spoke about how this is National Mentoring Month and there is currently a need for eight male mentors needed for Park County.  Pokey Heny, a Big Sister and mentor, spoke about how she has been an influence in Michelle Hedges life since they…

Brian Timmer, a local artist in Cody, spoke about how he became an artist after he got a masters in divinity degree, a new program at Cody High School where he will teach students not only about art, but the business of being an artist.  He also spoke about inspiration as well as how small,…

Brad Cline, Veteran Service Officer for the Wyoming Veterans Commission, spoke about how the VA did in 2022, what’s in store for 2023, and what changes have happened lately for veterans.  Some of the subjects that were touched on were the Pact Act, dependent/survivor benefits, pensions, and mental health claims and your rights.  

Jackie Hinther, Outreach Coordinator for the Park County Animal Shelter, spoke about how the animal shelter did in 2022.  In fact, she spoke about how successful their TNR (Trap/Neuter/Return) program for feral cats was and what is coming up in 2023.  

Joe Tilden, Park County Commissioner for 12 years, spoke about the future of Park County, the grizzly bear and wolf population, and what he is looking forward to in retirement.  He also touched on being an Outfitter for over 20 years and why he still goes out into the mountains.  

Sandy Newsome, Representative from House District 24, spoke about bills that she wants to introduce in the upcoming legislative session, including two hunting bills and two state parks bills.  She also talked about what the legislature will do with the supplemental budget.  The legislative session starts on January 10th and lasts 40 days into March.

Boone Tidwell and Larry French, both Park County residents, spoke about how and why they wanted to hand count the 2020 election.  They said it wasn’t to influence an outcome of an election, but to satisfy people here in the county who may have some trepidation over whether their votes are counted accurately.  They also…


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