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“They’re on a record pace,” said Jonathan Shafer, Yellowstone public affairs officer. There are 35 to 40 miles of nets in the lake every day during the mid-May to mid-October effort. Crews made up of both Park Service employees and … more
But after years of watching young athletes battle on the field of play, Sanders now faces a battle of his own. The umpire-in-chief of the northwest region was recently diagnosed with Stage 4 pancreatic cancer; he is scheduled to begin treatment next … more
As game warden supervisor for the Cody Region, Werbelow doesn’t have his own territory. He goes where he’s needed and never knows where he’ll land from day to day. The days are long, especially when he has a call in the Big Horns — the … more
Scott and Stefani Hicswa are asking a district court judge to review the Park County Commission’s approval of a special use permit for their neighbor, Julie Forconi. The Hicswas, represented by the Bonner Law Firm in Cody, filed the appeal in … more
Among them: the president’s tweets and athletes kneeling during the national anthem. “You have rights to not watch them, not buy tickets, not do all these things ... those are all individual choices, but overall, the nation is going to figure … more
The nonprofit Wyoming Housing Network — owners of the Ironwood Apartments on East Seventh Street — hosted an informational meeting earlier this month to discuss tentative plans for a $2.7 million, 12-unit apartment building located near Absaroka … more
After the company pledged to create more jobs — and explained that expanding its facilities would be pricier than first thought — the Wyoming Business Council recommended that the local pharmaceutical manufacturer receive an additional $12 … more
“There was a big void in my life,” Wise said. “I was worried I’d never be able to be on Facebook again.” The Powell photographer didn’t know what he did to have his account suspended and he couldn’t get answers from the web giant. … more
The bugs are mostly gone, the fish are hungry and the colors are showing off. Yet most campgrounds have already closed for winter. Elk Fork Campground — on Elk Fork Creek west of Wapiti — is the lone campground still open for overnight stays on … more
The Northwest College Board of Trustees learned on Monday that it will cost approximately $1.5 million to $2 million to repair Cody Hall due to damage from water seeping into the exterior walls, gypsum board and insulation. If a moderate update is … more
On a 3-1 vote, Park County commissioners denied Sean Dimsey’s request for a variance to the rules. The Tuesday decision means Dimsey cannot display ads for businesses, services or attractions that are located off the site. The otherwise vacant, … more
“It was a long, drawn-out harvest, but he worked nights and weekends to get it done,” said Ken Borcher, Johnson’s father-in-law. While clouds hid the game day’s mountain view and a cold breeze blew through makeshift dugouts, players — … more
One child found at the home on Sept. 12 was reportedly wearing an overflowing diaper, while all four were described by authorities as being dirty, dehydrated and hungry. Those children — along with a fifth child who was at school at the time — … more
“I worked all my life, which never hurt anybody,” she said. Onstine continues to take care of her home in Powell, preparing meals and working in her immaculate garden. Aside from help with vacuuming and mowing the lawn, “I do … more
While board member Karinthia Harrison fought hard for a large swath of wilderness without access roads, the group finally found a consensus. Under the group’s tentative recommendation — which will be subject to the approval of Park County … more
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