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There will be no action against Powell resident Troy Bray, as the Park County Republican Party declines to take punitive measures for his threatening email. The Powell Tribune reports that the Park County Republican Party leadership held an executive session during their last meeting on Thursday, October 7. In that session, they discussed the email…

A member of the Park County Republican Party faces local scrutiny after sending a threatening email to a fellow Republican state senator. The Casper Star Tribune reports that Troy Bray, a precinct committeeman for the Park County Republican Party, sent an email to Senator Tara Nethercott, a fellow Wyoming Republican in the Wyoming Senate. The…

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…

As of Wednesday, Governor Gordon has taken action on all legislation passed by the Wyoming Legislature during their eight-day virtual session. Many of the bills signed are minor updates and revisions to state statutes. A full list and short summary of each bill are included below: House Bill 08 Amends rules regarding consumer credit unions…

Longtime Wyoming Sen. Hank Coe died Thursday after a battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 74. Coe will be remembered for his service to Cody, Park County and Wyoming. Elected in 1988, he served 32 years in the Wyoming Senate, retiring in March 2020. His time in Cheyenne included serving as chairman of the Senate…

Wyoming State Senator and Park County resident Hank Coe passed away on Thursday, Jan. 21. He was 74 years old. Cody Mayor Matt Hall and former Democratic candidate for Wyoming District 6 Britney Walleesch confirmed Coe’s death. It was officially announced during a meeting of the Wyoming Legislature’s Agriculture, State, and Public Lands & Water…


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