The U.S. Senate successfully passed the Respect for Marriage Act — a bill requiring all states to recognize legal same-sex marriages — on a 61-36 vote Tuesday, Nov. 29. The bill divided Wyoming’s delegation with Sen. Cynthia Lummis for it and Sen. John Barrasso against it.
When it comes to summer tourism in Park County, “unconventional is kind of the new normal,” said Cody Country Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Tina Hoebelheinrich.
Returning to civilian life is never an easy journey for veterans: there’s the struggle to settle into a new routine and the post-traumatic stress that can manifest itself in nightmares, angry outbursts and countless other forms.
A Clark resident who lost his wife in the Clark Fire in November of last year has filed a wrongful death suit in Park County District Court against the local power company and the tree trimming company.
The most recent $5 storm drainage monthly fee that began showing up on residential utility bills in September has a good chance of not increasing until at least 2025, after the city and its consultant have completed a Storm Drainage Master Plan and Rate Setting Study.
The Park County commissioners got their first look at a proposed “big game overlay” for the county’s land use plan on Nov. 15, but while they agreed the map should be included in the new plan, there was no consensus on how the new map should influence county policy.
Michele Robles and her husband Braden Barkman thought long and hard when selecting a new family dog earlier this year.
Cody School District candidate Bob Berry was far and away the biggest spender in the Park County general election cycle, with over $14,000 spent on his campaign.
Park County is still spending its last round of American Rescue Plan Act dollars, but more funds are on the way.
Christopher Wayne Gum, 42, who was charged in October with failing to register as a sex offender and who fled from Cody police during a traffic stop after giving the police a fake name and date of birth, pleaded not guilty during his arraignment in Park County District Court Nov. 15.
Jim Nielson, a major figure in local nonprofit organizations and former president of Husky Oil Company, passed away Nov. 17.
Wyoming Attorney General Bridget Hill has provided an answer to Park County residents’ requests regarding the hand counting of ballots from prior elections.
After nearly four hours of public comments and discussion, the Park County Planning and Zoning commission voted unanimously to provide a negative recommendation to the Park County commissioners regarding a proposed cell tower in Wapiti valley.
Dozens of Park County residents — from legislators and county commissioners to curious citizens — packed into the expansive meeting room of the new Wyoming Game and Fish regional office building last week.
The new $9.6 million Game and Fish building boasts much larger square footage, plenty of office space, a public meeting room, an AIS station, a wildlife check station, a shop space, a large carnivore bay, conference rooms and ample storage space. There’s even a library.
The Cody School Board on Tuesday voted unanimously to uphold an earlier decision by the KEC committee to keep a book causing a bit of a stir on the library shelf at Cody High School.
It was a new world for Helias Gifford, 1 and half years old, as he roamed around his new home on New Hope Drive on Friday, Nov. 11.
Counsel for Carolyn Aune, who is one of the defendants charged with first degree murder of 2-year-old Paisleigh Williams, filed a motion Nov. 8 objecting to co-defendant Moshe Williams and his counsel’s motion to exclude Aune from accessing his competency evaluation report.
The Heart Mountain Interpretive Center located between Cody and Powell will more than double in size, following the approval of a special use permit by the Park County commissioners.