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The University of Wyoming claims that there were no donations made to political organizations – it was a clean payment for cleaning War Memorial Stadium. Eight Wyoming representatives- all Republicans – released a “letter to the editor.” According to documents acquired by the representatives, the University of Wyoming made two donations to the Albany Democratic…

Three of Park County’s state legislators provided a recap of the recent Wyoming legislative session Thursday morning on KODI’s “Speak Your Piece with Darian Dudrick.” State Reps. Sandy Newsome, Rachel Rodriguez-Williams and Dan Laursen talked about the bills they sponsored and gave insight on specific bills regarding voter ID, concealed carry, elections run-off, air ambulance,…

Several Wyoming Republicans demand the university stop donating to political organizations and for the Democratic Party to return $2,000 in contributions. The University of Wyoming is the state’s only publicly funded university. Now, some of their actions are being portrayed as a misuse of public money for political purposes. Eight Wyoming representatives released a “letter…

As the Cody school district faces difficult decisions, tonight’s meeting at Cody Middle School is the public’s chance to stand up, speak up, and be heard. Park County School District #6 is trying to figure out how the future of education will look in Cody. Unfortunately, that means trimming the district’s budget – and could…

The Second Amendment Preservation Act failed in the Wyoming Legislature after several amendments. Wednesday morning on KODI’s “Speak Your Piece with Darian Dudrick,” retired federal law enforcement officer Bill Tallen explained the bill’s journey through the Senate and eventual demise in the House. The purpose of the bill was to protect Wyoming gun owners from…

The effort to designate part of Wyoming Highway 120 in honor of the late state senator failed in the Wyoming Senate by a five-vote margin. House Bill 135 failed to pass in the Wyoming Senate. This ends the attempt to memorialize late Park County Senator Hank Coe on Wyoming Highway 120, according to Wyoming Public…

A voter ID bill, that has passed both the Wyoming Senate and House, was debated Monday morning on KODI’s “Speak Your Piece with Darian Dudrick.” The legislation, which would require voters to present a form of photo identification, will be reviewed by Gov. Mark Gordon and become law if signed. Park County Democratic Party vice…

Friday morning on KODI’s “Speak Your Piece with Darian Dudrick,” the Park County commissioners provided their thoughts on bills currently in the Wyoming Legislature. Lee Livingston – who is in Cheyenne for the session – Dossie Overfield and Lloyd Thiel talked to Dudrick about potential legislation that would affect Park County. Other topics discussed during…

The attempt to legalize marijuana has come up short once again in the Wyoming Legislature. Neither House Bill 82 (implementation requirements for medical marijuana) nor HB 209 (regulation of marijuana) were considered by the state House of Representatives’ Committee of the Whole. Richard Jones of Bottle Tree Behavioral provided details of both bills Thursday morning…

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming lawmakers plan to wrestle with state spending as they meet a couple of days longer than expected due to a snowstorm that shut down the state capital. This year’s legislative session — one already divided into virtual and in-person segments and scheduled to go a few weeks later than usual…


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