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CJ Baker

Cody area residents and their relationship with guns will be the subject of a piece airing this weekend on CBS stations across the nation.

Multiple locals — including Park County Sheriff Scott Steward — are expected to be included in the upcoming episode of “CBS News Sunday Morning.”

PHS opens tourney against Newcastle today

Powell High School’s girls basketball team will attempt to defend its Class 3A state title at 4:30 p.m. beginning today (Thursday).

A Park County prosecutor who serves in the state Legislature was fired from his job last month after sending a series of profane and belittling texts to a woman being prosecuted by his office.

Take third at regional tourney

After a tough loss to Mountain View on Friday night, Powell High School’s girls basketball team had to win a Saturday morning match-up with Pinedale to earn a trip to the state tournament.

In the coming days, local residents will be surveyed on what they think about raising Park County’s sales tax from 4 to 5 percent.

It’s believed that more people than ever turned out for the Park County Republican Party’s caucuses on Tuesday — and it appeared that perhaps more people than ever left dissatisfied with the process.

Speakers stump for Cruz and Trump

If the more than a dozen people who spoke on Tuesday night in Cody are any indication, Park County Republicans may be torn between businessman Donald Trump and U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz as their pick for president.

Complete perfect 3A West conference record

Make some room, Powell-Cody. Powell-Lovell may be the new rivalry to watch.

Attorney disciplined for filing retaliatory lawsuit against neighbors

For filing a lawsuit that “had no substantial purpose other than to embarrass, delay, or burden” his neighbors, a Cody attorney has been suspended from practicing law in Wyoming for nine months.

form of malicious software known as “ransomware” forced the Park County government to shut off all its computers for much of Tuesday. The shutdown disrupted the county’s business, but taking that precaution helped snuff out the virus before it could spread very far or deal any actual damage.

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