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Tyrell Dahl takes a photo of Cole Howard with the perch he caught at Beck Lake earlier this month.

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The debate over whether college athletes should be paid seems to be one of the hottest topics of conversation among sports writers, and those athletes who have decided to pick up the pen themselves lately.

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From before the French and Indian Wars, from before the American Revolution, both conflicts punctuated by the hollow rattle of smoothbore muskets, to the rolling thunder of the trapdoor Springfield at San Juan Hill, to the sharp crack of the Krags, to the 03s, 03A3s, Garands, M-14s, M-16s, M…

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The cancellation of the spring sports season was a blow to all participating athletes, but a recent accolade helped ease some of the hurt for Baylee Stafford.

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A couple of eons ago, back during the Pleistocene era, when Sandi and I were newlyweds living outside Bozeman, Mont., out by Shed’s bridge on the Gallatin River, my main firearm was an old Marlin lever action in caliber .38-40. Just to set the record straight, that caliber, whether in a rifl…

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The Cody Legion baseball team took to the field for the first time on Monday with some restrictive guidelines, but the players were just happy to be there.

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Perhaps most folks living here aren’t aware of it, but Cody Country can be a dangerous place to live. Aside from the intermittent high winds, which can reach hurricane strength on occasion, there’s the occasional earthquake in the backcountry and the deceitful roar of the spring snowmelt as …

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A horned lizard dwells in the McCullough Peaks.

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The Wyoming Game and Fish Department aquatic invasive species inspection stations are resuming seasonal operations across the state, and the Cody region will have four.

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My job, writing this column, isn’t to be nice to folks. Plus, I’m too old to worry about how you or our government “feels” about me. To quote the lovely Jewish female character on the older NCIS television series, “It is what it is.” All of which might help explain the following.

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One thing Ryan Brown quickly learned when he was first inspired to organize a celebrity softball game in Cody – there is incredible support for cancer fundraisers.

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The Wyoming Game and Fish Department reminds anglers of a seasonal closure to fishing on sections of the North Fork of the Shoshone River and Buffalo Bill Reservoir west of Cody.

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It’s Good Friday as I write this. Outside the snow is blowing and, for many folks I suppose, it’s hard to remember that this is Easter weekend. Unless, of course, one remembers many past Easter weekends have been similar to this, weather-wise. Usually Good Friday starts out nice, until noon …

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They ran or hiked distances of a quarter mile to more than 32 miles. Some climbed up to 3,500-5,000 feet in elevation as an added challenge.

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Time marches on. Things change with time and in many ways, things do not change with time. My Streamside column has been printed now since May 1987 in the Enterprise. Because I was taking advantage of the nice weather and social distancing this past weekend, I thought it would be fun to see …

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Two Yellowstone Quake players, Michael Allman and Spencer Platt, have earned recognition from the NA3HL for their play during the 2019-2020 hockey season.

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COVID-19 is not the only invasive to come from a foreign country. Since the Spaniards reintroduced the horse to the Americas, waterways and the land have been transformed by species brought across oceans to be used as beasts of burden, food and pets. As society became centralized the native …

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“Embrace the suck” became the slogan for two Cody participants in a recent race through a snowy landscape outside Pinedale.

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There are, in the history of this old world, several persons for whom I have much admiration, and would enjoy sharing a campfire with. And yes, some I wouldn’t. For example, as much as I’ve studied Tom Horn and respect much of what he accomplished, I don’t think I’d be all that comfortable s…

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It’s not every day professionals in any sport make their way to Cody, but it’s a certain rarity when that person happens to be a lacrosse player.

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While some may find practicing this new “social distancing” discipline due to the coronavirus uncomfortable, I have no such problems. But then again, I have been told for years by my critics that I’m distant at the least and socially awkward to boot. I actually prefer socially unrealistic an…

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The coronavirus has certainly changed social behavior around the globe. We have new terminology that, when spoken, generates instant recognition and reaction. One of the new phrases coined and deemed acceptable by the World Health Organization and the U.S. government is “social distancing.”

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I was looking through an older issue of a popular outdoor magazine the other day and came across an article titled “ Going Long,” subtitled “What it takes for long range hunting.” Immediately my mind shifted into gear and visions of pack frames, hiking boots, down vests, a lightweight tarp, …

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Is it just me, or does there seem to be way fewer rifle racks adorning the back windows of pickup trucks these days? As in almost none. It’s like folks are embarrassed about owning rifles or being hunters and shooters. Used to be standard equipment any time of the year if you owned a pickup …

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After making a splash as a freshman at the state track meet, Miya May is looking to avoid a sophomore slump.