Brittan Bower likes all the youthful energy in the Cody girls basketball team this season.
The Cody Alpine ski team will look to reload this season with a few key parts left over from last year’s squad, along a few new spark plugs.
As one of the only players returning following roster turnover and a coaching change, Kyle Brown believed the Trappers would be counting on him for leadership this basketball season.
What I want to know is what genius at CBS decided that everyone wanted to watch the Democrats current dog and pony show that is the impeachment hearings to the exclusion of everything else on daytime TV? I don’t watch regular daytime TV, but I do like to catch the noon news for our area whil…
The Northwest College women’s basketball team is turning into a true grit outfit. Despite shooting under 30 percent from the field twice, the Lady Trappers pulled out two Region IX games last weekend at Cabre Gym and now have a winning record.
In a town like Meeteetse, with its 325 residents, anyone who moves in and specializes in a sport is a welcome addition to traditionally small rosters.
The Cody boys freshman team is jumping right into high school basketball, having spent the first few weeks practicing with the junior varsity and varsity to better learn the Broncs’ system.
For any high school athlete, moving up from middle school athletics to high school play can involve a steep learning curve. In a physical, size-driven sport like football, this jump can be especially far, which is why high schools try to field a freshman team in order to bridge the gap.
As most older readers know, digging out from a snow storm isn’t much fun. As a younger man, it was simply an unpleasant chore. When you get older, as in three-fourths of a century older, it becomes a royal pain.
For Cody resident Sara Bailey, 43, competing in Ironman triathlons isn’t about so much about the race itself, but the feeling of accomplishment afterwards, knowing that months of training paid off.
Thanksgiving is a time to pause, hit the reset button and examine all the things going on in one’s life. Hopefully, each of us can find some, if not many, things for which we are thankful. For me it is my faith, my family, my friends, Cody and this great state of Wyoming.
If there was one staple of this year’s Cody High School football team, it was consistent depth and talent at nearly every position. As such, the team was recognized by the Wyoming Coaches Association this week with a whopping seven all-state and nine 3A West all-conference honors.
The Cody Stampede Rodeo was chosen for having the best footing on its grounds for the Mountain States Circuit by the Women’s Professional Rodeo Association this year.
Well, I did it again. Yep, I dipped into the family egg money and blew it on another handgun. Must be an addiction. And it’s not like it was for something essential to my continued domestic harmony on this planet. It was just something I really, really, wanted. So I got to buy my own Christm…
When Dusty Lasseter tells people one of the key things he does in his job is relocate grizzly bears, they typically react in one of two ways.
Relying on goalie Michael Allman and hot-scoring forward Dylan Rumpke, as has become a recent habit, the Yellowstone Quake junior hockey team split two games with Gillette over the weekend.