Governor Mark Gordon and the Wyoming Department of Health have announced the removal of a health order addressing operations of personal care services, along with a continued relaxing of COVID-19 protocols as Wyoming’s metrics continue to improve.
Drive-thru COVID-19 testing run by the hospital is about to come to an end.
A new subdivision of 12 townhomes off of Kent Avenue is a step closer to being built after Cody City Council approved a preliminary plat last week.
Budget woes at the state level have caused the Cody School District to look for ways to save money by offering incentives to teachers to leave the district of their own accord.
Cody resident Fred Doane was stuck on Road 18 off the Powell Highway for nearly four hours on Sunday after drifting snow caused by high winds made it impassable.
No one was hurt in a Thursday morning fire in a house on Alger Avenue that has been rendered uninhabitable.
The numbers are in, and the vaccination rate is starting to look pretty good. According to a report penned by Cody Regional Health CEO Doug McMillan, nearly 19% of the Park County population has received at least their first dose of the coronavirus vaccine.
The Wyoming Department of Health is warning residents to be on alert for suspicious, potentially fraudulent activity as efforts to help prevent COVID-19 deaths and illnesses by providing free, safe and effective vaccinations continue.
A couple of downtown establishments are changing names and business elements, while holding on to ownership and a commitment to high standards.
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CHEYENNE – Gov. Mark Gordon led a coalition of 17 Republican governors urging President Joe Biden to withdraw an executive order that bans new oil and gas development leases on federal land and in offshore waters.
Park County’s COVID-19 rate remains in the 30s – it was 33 Tuesday – far below the hundreds of active cases from the late fall, but not all signs are positive.
After a majority of neighbors objected to initial and follow-up plans for a homeowner to build two accessory dwelling units on her 10th Street lot, in part to have more rental units, Cody Planning and Zoning Board members decided they need more time before making a final decision.
The Wyoming House of Representatives is getting set to debate a bill to cut the number of school districts in half. House Bill 77, which will go before the House Education Committee at a date yet to be determined, would create a commission to forcibly reduce the number of school districts in…
The Cody Police Department is urging caution on snowy roads after a 74-year-old man had to be extricated Monday from his vehicle after it slid off the south side of the road on West Yellowstone Avenue.
Most grizzlies captured in Northwest Wyoming were captured in Park County, though fewer were captured than the year prior, according to the Wyoming Game and Fish annual report on grizzly bears in Northwest Wyoming.
The city is taking advantage of its annual recycling center closure to reevaluate its recycling practices.
CHEYENNE – Gov. Mark Gordon is taking steps to expand Wyoming’s economic recovery, with a series of proposals and initiatives to further the state’s economic plan by adding value to and bolstering the state’s energy, tourism and agriculture sectors.
Park County has a litter problem.
Hospitalizations are down and the rate of new cases has fallen both in Park County and across the state, leading to a higher cap on gathering limits in effect as of Monday.
While the Park County economy has rebounded from the early days of the pandemic, new state data is showing just how rough the spring was on local employers and workers.