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Dozens of local residents fed-up with COVID-19-related restrictions rallied in Cody on Friday afternoon, calling on Gov. Mark Gordon to “reopen Wyoming.” Speakers at the event decried the … more
For Marc Beaudry, April carries a special milestone: The one-year anniversary of his kidney transplant. “It’s been a great year, because being off dialysis is marvelous, and the kidney … more
Western Pyro Enterprise lit up the sky with fireworks Friday night, thrilling hundreds of area residents who made the trek to the company’s warehouse east of Garland. The spring display, … more
A hunter stumbled on a gruesome scene south of Powell this month: about 30 dead game birds dumped on private land. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is now looking for help identifying those … more
Rachel Rodriguez-Williams of Cody has announced her candidacy for the Republican nomination for House District 50. She describes herself as a Republican “who believes dearly in Wyoming’s … more
Earlier this month, the Powell City Council passed an ordinance requiring outside disconnects on all structures receiving city utilities. City Administrator Zack Thorington said that, without the … more
A planned charity softball game — which would have brought celebrities to Cody on June 12-13 as a fundraiser for cancer research — has been postponed one year due to uncertainty … more
As part of National Donate Life Month in April, organizers have encouraged residents to show their heart by performing an act of kindness. “Organ, eye and tissue donation is the ultimate … more
As Wyoming Department of Transportation crews stripe highways in central and northwest Wyoming, they are asking for help from drivers. “We really need people to give us a brake. Spring … more
The nation’s oldest academic honor society, Phi Beta Kappa (PBK), recently selected 37 new members for the University of Wyoming chapter, including several members with ties to the Big Horn … more
A free eight-week, team-based health program will launch May 2, aiming to help participants increase physical activity and improve eating habits. Called FitEx, registration is open now through May … more
As efforts are being made to stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus, giving across the community is spreading freely. The Powell Medical Foundation provided $28,000 to Powell Valley Healthcare for … more
Legislative leaders began crafting two bills Friday morning that grant some abilities to Gov. Mark Gordon and state agencies to respond to Wyoming’s numerous needs that have emerged in the … more
A $3.6 million highway improvement project has started on 5.2 miles of U.S. Highway 16 between Worland and Ten Sleep. Mountain Construction Co., of Lovell is the prime contractor on the project … more
A $3.3 million highway improvement project is scheduled to begin in early May through the Town of Thermopolis on U.S. Highway 20/Wyoming Highway 789. The project includes grading, milling asphalt … more
A $2.6 million pavement improvement project on Wyoming Highway 120 is scheduled to resume next week between Meeteetse and Cody, weather permitting. Project work will include seeding and other … more
Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon said the state will begin easing some COVID-19-related restrictions this week, but warned other measures will remain in place. “We need to slowly relax these … more
The $13.68 million tax that Park County voters approved in 2016 turned out to be more like a $14.71 million tax. The 1% specific purpose sales tax raised funds for numerous infrastructure projects … more
Greater sage grouse numbers are expected to continue dropping across the West for the fourth year in a row, alarming scientists and conservation officials. It also raises questions of federal … more
Powell Valley Healthcare is better positioned to provide testing for COVID-19, recently receiving a new machine from the state that can return results in 15 minutes. Unfortunately, the Abbott ID NOW … more
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