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The Wyoming Business Council is putting several measures in place to mitigate and manage against fraudulent claims stemming from its CARES Act COVID-19 business relief program.

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The holidays are a time where people get together and connect with family and friends. For several Cody families, they’re a time for opening their doors to make people feel welcome.

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Road crews from S&S Builders are continuing their progress up 17th Street as the road construction season continues to wind down. Crews are wrapping up work on the Alger Avenue/17th Street intersection and if the weather holds, will finish that work and begin heading farther up the hill.

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In a probable cause hearing on Monday afternoon, Judge Bruce Waters of the Park County Circuit Court moved to advance a case against Robert A. Underwood, 76, of Jones, Okla., to district court. 

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Northwest College has a temporary steward. After operating as acting president for nine days, Lisa Watson was elevated by the College’s Board of Trustees to interim president of the school.

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In response to the numerous questions and complaints leveled against some businesses receiving funds from the CARES Act COVID-19 business relief program managed by the Wyoming Business Council, the Cody Enterprise performed a Freedom of Information Act request to get more background informat…

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The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission announced the formation of a new task force that will study top-priority wildlife issues facing the department and sportsmen and women such as licensing and public access. The group, called the Wyoming Wildlife Taskforce, will be chaired by Commission Pre…

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The state and Park County have already been making plans for rolling out a COVID-19 vaccine, long before it has been approved for public use.

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Yellowstone National Park posted another record month in October to close out its 2020 summer season, shattering the previous record for that month with more than 110,000 additional people visiting this year.

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CHEYENNE — With about a third of Wyoming’s roads soon to be in failing condition and a lack of funds to repair them, lawmakers on an interim committee advanced a bill Thursday that would increase the state’s fuel tax by nine cents.

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CASPER – Sen. John Barrasso announced his intent to become the lead Republican on the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee for the 117th Congress next year, setting himself up for a potential leadership role if Republicans maintain control of the U.S. Senate this winter. 

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New enrollees planning to take courses at Northwest College during spring 2021, or former students who are planning to reenroll after taking a break, now have additional opportunities to fund their semester through scholarships. 

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CASPER – When the Wyoming Department of Health announces that more COVID-19 patients in the state have died from the disease, it is often announcing deaths that actually occurred weeks if not months before. 

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Amber and Ben Hufft walk back to the starting line while axe throwing for their 12th wedding anniversary at Cody Firearms Experience on Nov. 13.

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Public works director Phillip Bowman praised the City of Cody linemen for responding to a pair of power outages last week, the first of which led to five workers coming in on their day off.

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Construction crews are taking advantage of another warm spell to finish up a few final sections of the downtown roadwork project before more wintry weather shuts them down for the season.

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Legislation supported by Cody students and faculty to make suicide prevention education the law of the state is one step closer to becoming a reality.

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Two grant programs funded by Gov. Mark Gordon with CARES Act dollars have led to increases in student enrollment at the University of Wyoming and community colleges around the state, meeting the goals of the programs.

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CHEYENNE – Gov. Mark Gordon released his supplemental budget proposal Monday afternoon, providing a road map for lawmakers in the months ahead and an indication to the public of just how serious Wyoming’s economic situation has become.

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His full name is Shilohs Magnanimous Black, but he goes by Magnus for short. He’s young, he’s playful, and his blonde hair has a tendency to get everywhere. He’s the new therapy dog at Cody Middle School, training to help the students calm down and even learn.

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The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation needs to make repairs to a stream gauging station on the Shoshone River, and that means temporary changes to the water this spring.

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The Cutthroat Guest Ranch will be prohibited from providing any amplified acoustic entertainment moving forward.

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A man who called in a phony bomb threat to Cody High School in 2016 has pleaded guilty more than four years after the crime was committed.

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CASPER (WNE) – Rep. Eric Barlow, R-Gillette, and Sen Dan Dockstader, R-Afton, will likely lead the Wyoming Legislature for the next two years after a remote vote of the Republican caucus Saturday morning. 

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Eastside School student council member Addi Fetter, 8, gives U.S. Marine Corps veteran Richard Jacobs a pecan pie at Big Horn Cinemas on Wednesday.