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The day after what would turn out to be the last day of class in March, Kaelee VanNortrick and her friends drove to Billings, talking about the latest news – Wyoming now had positive coronavirus cases.

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A local interfaith group is collaborating to offer financial assistance to people in need because of COVID-19, believing the pandemic will create scenarios that fall outside support systems.

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From 50 years ago, here are some stories that were printed in the Enterprise May 27, 1970.

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The Cody Library Reading Program - Summer 2020 begins June 1 and ends on Aug. 1. Summer Reading is for all ages, babies to adult. Visit parkcountylibrary.org for details.

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Reports received by the Cody Police Department/Park County Sheriff’s Office. Not all reports are included, and a report does not necessarily mean a crime was committed. All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty.

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Coyotes heading down a hill near Cody last Sunday.

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Cody Volunteer Fire Department calls:

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Jae Zamarah Hoskins was born May 14, 2020, at West Park Hospital to Alicia Barajas and Jonathan Hoskins of Powell.

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Recent fines paid, bonds forfeited or other penalties imposed in Park County Circuit Court include:

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Recent marriage licenses issued at the Park County Courthouse include:

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 The following divorces recently were granted in Fifth District Court:

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A view of the Buffalo Bill Reservoir earlier this month.

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Recent fines paid, bonds forfeited or other penalties imposed in Cody Municipal Court include:

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Northwest College is offering a free online course this summer, which will begin Monday, June 8. The class, HMDV 1101 General Studies First Year Seminar, is three college credits and is for those interested in trying an online course or getting a jumpstart on earning a degree.

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When Brad Thyng, a well-known figure in the community and at the Wynona Thompson Auditorium, received word his service dog Maizie was diagnosed with terminal cancer, the Cody community responded. 

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50 years ago, here are some stories that were printed in the Enterprise May 20, 1970.

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Wyoming has not escaped the global pandemic of COVID-19. Though Wyoming’s numbers remain low compared to other states, the virus has made itself known in the area. 

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Northwest College recently recognized faculty and staff during its annual employee recognition award ceremony at the end of April. The ceremony, which is typically held in the Yellowstone Building toward the end of spring semester was hosted via Zoom in order to maintain social distancing pr…

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Richard Perkins of Cody spends most of his free time repairing bikes to give away to children.

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The Wyoming Air National Guard’s 153rd Airlift Wing will be conducting an aerial salute to the health care professionals on the frontlines in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. On Friday the Air National Guard will present a two-ship C-130 flyover across the skies of each hospital arou…

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The following divorces recently were granted in Fifth District Court:

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Recent marriage licenses issued at the Park County Courthouse include:

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A dump truck rolled over on road 2AB blocking the road April 29. 

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Reports received by the Cody Police Department/Park County Sheriff’s Office. Not all reports are included, and a report does not necessarily mean a crime was committed. All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty.

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Cody Volunteer Fire Department calls:

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Kimber Reign Coble was born May 7, 2020 at West Park Hospital to Feather and Stockton Coble of Thermopolis.

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Recent fines paid, bonds forfeited or other penalties imposed in Park County Circuit Court include:

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A spike bull elk on North Fork near Copperleaf subdivision March 22.

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Recent fines paid, bonds forfeited or other penalties imposed in Cody Municipal Court include:

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If all goes as planned, Cody will soon have its first public farm wall – a small, vertical growing system that doesn’t require soil and doubles as beautiful pieces of living, edible art. 

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The Wyoming Business Council has released a new tool, which can be found at wideopenwyo.org, to serve as a one-stop site to see open businesses in their community and how to access their services while they navigate the impacts of COVID-19. 

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A new website has been created to help local businesses get more attention, and it was partly created by a Cody high school student.

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As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the Wyoming Department of Health is reminding residents about the continuing, important benefits available for many families through the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children Program.