Powell could not get out of the fourth inning Tuesday and the Cody Legion baseball team took advantage, scoring 16 runs in the frame on its way to a 24-4 victory.
Cameron Marques was having a rough start batting-wise to his majors Little League baseball season. The recently graduated fifth grader didn’t sulk or pout, but instead turned to the World Wide Web to improve his game.
In last week’s “Letters to the Editor” section there was an excellent letter written by new Game and Fish director Brian Nesvik. According to a recent bio, Mr. Nesvik served in the Cody area as a foot soldier. He seems like a decent sort, although you can’t tell from one letter.
The annual opening day for the North Fork of the Shoshone is Monday. Since April 1, the river has had a closure from the Red Pole Bridge all the way up the river to Newton Creek inside the Shoshone National Forest. That closure ends July 1, officially opening up miles of the North Fork that …
Eight seconds aboard a bucking bronco can seem more like eight minutes sometimes, and during one of Rhett Kelley’s bareback rides last week there were several moments it seemed he was going to be forcefully dismounted by a horse named Black Hawk.
Recently I read an article comparing the .17 HRM to the older .22 magnum, authored by Layne Simpson. He preferred the .22 magnum. His views mirror mine.
Predicting river conditions so far this month has been like playing the lottery. So far, I have made more mistakes than I have had winners.
Gov. Mark Gordon last week announced eight Wyoming residents have been named to his newly created Migration Corridor Advisory Group. The group will be tasked with developing recommendations to improve the state’s policies related to big game migration on lands that are also suitable for mine…
The most recent football season may be long over, but three seniors from Cody and another from Meeteetse took the field for one last time Saturday, to raise money for charity and showcase their abilities against Wyoming’s best in the 2019 Shrine Bowl.
"You can see a sunset and believe you have witnessed the Hand of God. You watch the slope lope of a lioness and forget to breathe. When you are in Africa, you feel primordial, rocked in the cradle of the world.” – American author Jodi Picoult.
Inserted in the back pages of the newspaper recently was a small six-paragraph mention about the 17 million dollars Wyoming’s Game and Fish department is receiving as it’s share of the last year’s Pittman-Robertson excise taxes on firearms, ammunition, archery equipment, fishing tackle and s…
Rain shortened the Gallatin Valley tournament in Three Forks, Mont., but the Cody Legion baseball team won the three games it played during the weekend to finish tied for first with the host team.
The 11.75-inch perch Milla Quintiliani caught at last Saturday’s Kids Fishing Day at Beck Lake Recreation Area seemed bigger out of the water than in.
So far this year, we’ve been visited on a regular basis by a large flock of regular assorted sparrows with a larger bunch of white crowned sparrows than usual in the group and a dozen or so of Cassin’s finches. We’ve also seen the return of our three resident gold finches and a pair of Lazul…
Late in the Cody Legion baseball team’s second game Sunday against the 406 Flyers, Jared Grenz, who has been sitting out due to a shoulder injury, got a chance to bat.
The first of June already and the Absaroka Mountains look like they would if it were the first of May. If anyone has not noticed it, the wet Memorial Day weekend added another two feet of snow to the higher elevations. The cool weather thus far this spring has prevented our annual snowmelt f…
The eighth annual Dano’lope’ Dash is Saturday at the Park County Fairgrounds in Powell. The fundraising event features a 10K run, 5K run-walk, 1 mile dash and new this year, an obstacle course.