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Several Park County representatives will attend a signing ceremony tomorrow, celebrating the return of Air Medical Membership Services to northwest Wyoming. On Friday, April 22, AirMedCare Network, America’s largest air ambulance membership network, will host a ceremony at the Guardian Flight’s air medical base in Cody. Nearly all Park County’s representatives will attend the ceremony,…

Diamond Wings Upland Game Birds has five more years to see if they can become the first organization in the nation to breed captive greater sage grouse. One of the many bills passed by the 66th Wyoming Legislature is Senate File 61. Senate File 61 removes the expiration date for “certifications for greater sage grouse…

The Park County Republican Party is making news once again, passing a resolution condemning the lack of an investigation into a Republican state representative. During their annual convention at the Cody Auditorium, the Park County Republican Party passed a resolution aimed at the Wyoming Legislature. The impetus of this action was the lack of an…

Despite national attention and a presidential endorsement, the much-touted “crossover voting bill” was dead on arrival in the Wyoming House of Representatives. Senate File 97 was one of the most infamous bills submitted for the 66th Wyoming Legislature’s 2022 Budget Session. If passed, Senate File 97 would have prevented Wyoming voters from changing their party…

New districts and more people are changing representation in Cody and the Bighorn Basin as the lines of Wyoming House Districts 24, 28, and 50 are redrawn. As part of the 2022 Budget Session, the 66th Wyoming Legislature continues to grapple with the redistricting of the Wyoming House of Representatives. Any plan will redraw the…

A new nonpartisan study suggests that even if Wyoming does ban changing party affiliation at the polls, it won’t make much difference in future elections. One of the most infamous bills on the floor of the 66th Wyoming Legislature is Senate File 97. The bill has been introduced and referred to the Senate Subcommittee on…

More wildlife advocates are voicing their disapproval of Senate File 61, which would extend the effort to collect sage grouse eggs and raise birds in captivity. The 66th Wyoming Legislature continues with its 2022 Budget Session. This is the time when the Wyoming Senate and House discuss several non-budget bills and decide which will advance…

The 66th Wyoming Legislature convenes in a Joint Session of the Wyoming Senate and House of Representatives on Monday to begin the 2022 Budget Session. Feb. 14 is the first day of the 2022 Budget Session. Legislators will soon be in the intense process of debating and voting on a series of legislation while they…

Three Park County legislators are recognized for their consistent commitment to conservative causes and impeccable scorecards in the Wyoming Legislature. Matt Schlapp, chairman of the American Conservative Union and former White House political director, sent emails to three Park County representatives. His purpose was to announce they will be recognized and receive awards for their…

Wyoming legislators may use 2022 to legally define the ownership of the state’s undiscovered dinosaurs, mammoths, and other fossils on private land. The 66th Session of the Wyoming Legislature will convene on Monday, Feb. 14. There are dozens of House Bills and Senate Files for legislators to consider during the session. One of the proposed…


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