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CJ Baker

Cody lawmaker’s proposal to make rodeo tickets tax-free failed in the state House last week.

Two Colorado pilots who had their plane and nearly $260,000 seized from them in Cody are each denying federal charges that stem from the 2014 incident.

Folks will have to pay a little more if they want to enjoy the entire Park County Fair in 2016.

A Clark man facing 16 misdemeanor counts of animal cruelty has been re-arrested in Oregon and is now awaiting extradition back to Park County, authorities say.

Rallying from a first-half deficit — and a lopsided loss the night before — the Lady Panthers basketball team came back in Cody to keep a perfect record in conference play.

County commissioners are trying to figure out who can use the Park County Fairgrounds for free and who has to pay.

Over their past two meetings, commissioners waived $2,830 worth of rental fees for nine upcoming events at the fairgrounds’ new exhibit hall.

A 24-year-old Powell man is alleged to have had a months-long sexual relationship with a 16-year-old girl he reportedly met during his then-job with the Cody school district.

How do you identify a body without a head, an arm or hands?

“I obviously can’t get into many details, but, you know, with any crime, it always starts with the smallest tip,” Park County Sheriff Scott Steward said, when asked a variation of that question on the Big Horn Radio Network last month.

Park County authorities are looking to re-arrest a Clark man who allegedly caused the death of seven of his horses and three of his dogs by failing to properly feed and care for them.

$100s worth of fuel for $1

In the early part of 2013, a strange story began making its way around Powell: If you used a prepaid credit card at McIntosh Oil Company’s automated pumps, you could get all the gasoline you wanted for $1.

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