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CJ Baker

A Cody man stands accused of illegally guiding hunters while working for a Meeteetse area ranch in the fall of 2013.

A Powell man has received four to eight years in prison for abuse of his wife that reportedly included beating her, putting a knife to her neck and effectively holding her hostage last year.

Had Park County waited a few more months to replace some of the equipment in its dispatch center, it might have saved hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Powell homes generally cheaper than Cody’s

Local home sales held steady last year, according to data from the Park County Assessor’s Office.

An electrical contractor is being penalized more than $6,000 for finishing its work at the Park County Fairgrounds more than five months late.

20 to 30 black-footed ferrets could be released on ranchers’ land in July

Coming this summer to a ranch near you: A feel-good story about the last of a long line of ferrets who found a way to survive in the wilds of Wyoming when none of their kind could, then — at the edge of death themselves — were taken from their lands, brought back from the edge of extinction and finally, were able to make a triumphant return to their home.

Motorsports are taking center stage at this year’s Park County Fair.

Last week, fair board members added an off-road vehicle race to the lineup of grandstand events for the 2016 fair.

Marathon Oil Corporation — by far the biggest oil and gas producer in Park County — is exiting the area and the state of Wyoming.

Park County prosecuting attorney said both sides wanted more time

It appears that a 2014 murder case will not be resolved anytime soon.

Park County is relatively short on Democrats, but you wouldn’t have known that from the size or enthusiasm of the crowd that gathered on Saturday in Cody.

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