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The number of COVID-19 cases in the state rose to 120 Tuesday evening, days after Gov. Mark Gordon extended statewide health orders through April 17.The state also reported at least 26 coronavirus patients have recovered and only 16 have been hospitalized.Park County still has just one confi…

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A fence on Big Horn Avenue is decorated with Christmas lights to spell out “Wash your hands.”

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Kanye West has provided some clues as to what he would like to do at his West Lake Ranch in the April edition of Wall Street Journal Magazine, including a skate park and “urine garden” as part of the hip-hop artist’s vision for his new home.

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Fearing a big, blue, glowing Comfort Inn sign would detract from historical downtown Cody, city planning and zoning board members recently took extra time to approve new signage on the property.

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Progress on the Hampton Inn on West Yellowstone Avenue continues.

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While many business have had to restrict hours during the COVID-19 outbreak, Walmart is making it easier to get hired as demand for food and other supplies at the store have soared.

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Construction on the Cody School District’s new transportation complex on Beacon Hill has begun.

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Below are a list of changes business and governmental organizations have made in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. Feel free to email zac@codyenterprise.com or comment below for more changes. 

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The Shoshone National Forest will begin closing all campgrounds Friday for the health and safety of visitors and staff. Campgrounds will be closed until at least April 30, at which point they will be reevaluated. 

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Over the last week Park County Public Health Officer Dr. Aaron Billin and other officials have commended local, county and state health care staff and agencies, on the fast response taken to the COVID-19 outbreak.

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With the spread of coronavirus in Wyoming, local internet and TV providers are working to make sure homebound workers and students in Cody remain connected to the outside world.

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In response to increased customer shopping in the past week due to fears of the COVID-19 outbreak, local grocery stores are dealing with decreased amounts of stocked products, such as toilet paper, hand sanitizer, canned goods and bottled water, among many others.

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Jeremy Blayock gives free breakfast burritos to Elrose Prokopec on Saturday at Granny’s Restaurant. The restaurant opened for a few hours to provide food for those in the need.

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With the onslaught of media coverage the COVID-19 pandemic has been garnering the last few weeks, it’s easy to become mentally distraught if not at least fatigued. Mental health experts say finding an escape from the informational barrage is critical to maintaining a healthy state.

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Spectrum no longer has a Cody office. On March 6 the local office was permanently closed. The next closest location is in Billings at 2499 King Avenue W Suite C. Hours are Monday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-8 p.m. and Sunday, noon-5 p.m. Call (888) 406-7063 for more information.

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With the continuing spread of the COVID-19 in Northern Colorado and Wyoming, most people in the area are now in some version of isolation, whether that be true isolation due to having the disease, quarantine due to contact with someone that has the disease, or practicing social distancing by…

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A public health order has been established for Park County, closing child-care centers, restaurants, bars, fitness centers, conference rooms, museums and other services.

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Park County Health Officer Dr. Aaron Billin is issuing a public health recommendation that all local nonessential businesses including daycares consider closing, and to avoid gatherings of 10 people or more in response to the COVID-19 virus.