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Starting an online school in the middle of a pandemic is difficult. Running it can be even harder. That’s why the Cody School District is going to search for a little help to take its virtual school to the next level.

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Jason Brengle, stock and packstring program manager for the Shoshone National Forest, said he’ll never forget the pack trip he took a few years back in the Wind River Range, covering 72 miles in just four days through rugged, unforgiving terrain while hauling in a significant amount of equip…

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The Cody region of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department is offering a training for members of the public to become a certified Wyoming aquatic invasive species inspector May 14. The training will provide the skills necessary to inspect personally-owned and other watercraft.

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The transition to online schooling was difficult for a lot of students. Teachers did not have much time to move their lessons to an online format, and many relied on person-to-person interactions in the classroom to help them learn. Now with the school year winding down, many want to find ou…

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When the school bell rang for the first time in Cody schools last fall, there was a sigh of relief from parents and teachers alike.

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The long-term effects of the pandemic on America’s youth will not be known for years, but researchers around the globe are already trying to figure out what they may be. Dr. Maya Rosen, a researcher at Harvard University’s Stress and Development Lab, has turned a pair of projects started bef…

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A former Cody man, convicted of killing a Fremont County Sheriff’s deputy in 1995, has lost his appeal to have his life sentence removed because he wanted to rescind his guilty plea.

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Elk hunters stepped up in 2020 to help the Wyoming Game and Fish Department with brucellosis research. Elk hunters submitted 1,130 blood samples from the bulls, cows and calves harvested this season to help Game and Fish monitor the disease. As a thank-you to hunters who submitted blood samp…

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After a long trend of cases in the low teens or single digits, Park County Health Officer Dr. Aaron Billin reported a sharp uptick in cases last week to 32.

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Although the sight of green grass and budding trees may provide a sense of spring in town, many roads in Wyoming are still snow-bound at higher altitudes. Spring cleaning for Wyoming’s drivers means pushing out thousands of tons of wet, gloppy snow from the region’s seasonally closed roads.

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More than a year after the pandemic began, car dealerships are still struggling to keep inventory on their lots, especially now that the economic recovery and federal stimulus have put more money in people’s pockets.

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After years of work and some controversy, the Cody School District can put everything to do with the bus barn in the past. The school board approved a bid to buy the old property on April 20, the final piece of the bus barn puzzle.

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A grizzly bears was relocated from near Meeteetse on Monday after being caught by officials who were working to mitigate cattle depredations west of town.

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The only warning Cecil Leckliter had while walking down a Rumsey Avenue alley were the footsteps he heard coming up behind him.

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The Wyoming Department of Health Announced Tuesday that more than a quarter of the state’s residents had some personal information exposed because the department had mistakenly uploaded private information to a third-party platform. 

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Despite more Americans becoming vaccinated and COVID-19 numbers dropping nationally, Yellowstone National Park Superintendent Cam Sholly said the Park must start this summer where it left off last fall as far as restrictions that will be imposed.

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Carolyn Aune is still being charged with first-degree murder despite some ambiguity surrounding her role in the death of a 2-year-old partly in her care. Her case was bound over to district court.

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Reconstruction of about a quarter mile of WYO 296, the Chief Joseph Scenic Highway, is set to start May 3. The work is part of a $5.8 million slide repair project near the 8,070-foot summit of Dead Indian Pass.

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Mayor Matt Hall (left) helps Arbor Day Chairman Ty Pederson plant a little leaf linden tree in Mentock Park on Saturday in honor of Arbor Day. The Cody Lions Club planted three trees for Arbor Day.

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Though the parade through town that turned a fleet of vehicles into a graduation procession was a unique way to celebrate the accomplishments of Cody High School’s 2020 class, CHS principal Jeremiah Johnston said the school was looking at ways to have an event more typical of a high school g…

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Northwest College is planning for a fall 2021 semester that looks more like a normal, pre-COVID year. The school is planning to get rid of most COVID-19 restrictions on campus, though it will still use “proven risk mitigation strategies until the pandemic is over.”