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After delaying a week to hash out details through committee, the West Park Hospital District Board on Tuesday unanimously approved a mandatory vaccine policy. 

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A civil lawsuit has been filed in Park County District Court by local firearms manufacturer Gunwerks, alleging Forward Cody failed to follow through on a contractual agreement to provide the kind of facility they had agreed upon. Gunwerks accuses Forward Cody of breach of contract and breach…

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Park County and the City of Cody have been discussing the possibility of teaming up to provide sewer services out of a Cody facility, to avoid having to do much more work on the aging, nearby county sewer lagoons that are filling up due to an increase in use the past couple years. The county…

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CHEYENNE (AP)  – Despite record amounts of payments over the past few years, Wyoming’s Unclaimed  Property Division of the State Treasurer’s Office is holding on to more money than ever as the amount of money now being held exceeds $100 million.  

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The creative, dedicated, talented group of Cody High School’s news magazine program CHS Wired got some surprising yet welcome news recently, as they learned one of their shows has been nominated for the most prestigious award in the nation.

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“That’s 25 years of my life just sucked away in a flame and a wind,” Becky Flowers said.

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A former Powell man was sentenced to life imprisonment Friday in Goshen County District Court.

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A complicated purchase agreement has been revealed between owner Nick Piazza and the non-profit Yellowstone Recreation Foundation regarding last year’s sale of Sleeping Giant Ski Area. Details of the sale came into the public fold during a county commissioner meeting last Tuesday during an e…

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CHEYENNE – Despite record amounts of payments over the past few years, Wyoming’s Unclaimed  Property Division of the State Treasurer’s Office is holding on to more money than ever as the amount of  money now being held exceeds $100 million.  

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Northwest College has officially opened the application process in its presidential search, which will remain open until January 10, 2022. Applicants should complete the required online application and submit all documents through the College’s online system. The online application and requi…

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The pharmaceutical opioid fentanyl has been hitting the country like a tidal wave in recent months with countless cases of overdoses and large-scale drug busts involving the synthetic painkiller. Park County has not been spared from this phenomenon. 

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A wildfire burning in Clark late Monday night claimed the life of one of the area’s volunteer firefighters as high winds led to a quick spread. The grass fire had burned 300 acres as of Wednesday afternoon.

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The Park County School District 6 board of trustees voted unanimously to modify the COVID-19 quarantine protocol policy at Monday night’s board meeting.

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The West Park Hospital District board is taking a week to address some of the concerns raised by a series of impassioned speakers and board members before voting to approve a mandatory vaccine policy.

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The Bureau of Land Management Cody Field Office announced that access to Carter Mountain will remain open through December 21 to align with hunting season dates in the Carter Mountain Hunter Management Area. 

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The Cody Library’s Bistro cafe space has been a source of frustration for the last few years as the county has been unable to find a tenant to maintain a lasting presence in the space. Now, the Park County commissioners will consider seeing if a non-profit can bring stability and longevity t…

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With warm, dry weather through most of the summer, WYDOT crews were able to finish and make significant progress on a number of projects locally this year.

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JACKSON (WNE) — Gov. Mark Gordon has signed the sole bill to emerge from the Wyoming Legislature’s special session intended to fight the Biden administration’s federal COVID-19 vaccine mandate.

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The alleged driver of a car chase that tore through Park County in the spring of 2020 is finally being brought to justice locally.

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CHEYENNE – The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services on Friday announced it will be celebrating the U.S. Department of Labor’s 7th annual National Apprenticeship Week by hosting several events across the state, including a proclamation signing by Cheyenne Mayor Patrick Collins at 3 p.m., …

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A clearer picture is starting to emerge as to what the Shoshone National Forest’s Travel Management Plan will look like with the Environmental Assessment recently released for that project.

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Three Wyoming National Guard members have become integral for Cody Regional Health as the hospital deals with a high level of hospitalizations, a shortage of staff and people flocking to get tested for COVID.

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There will be a public meeting held to discuss the topic of redistricting and altering the boundaries of the Big Horn Basin’s House of Representatives districts on Tuesday.

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RIVERTON — The Wyoming School Boards Association is upset about a recent letter sent from its national organization to U.S. President Joe Biden, Riverton school board chairman Carl Manning said.

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MAMMOTH HOT SPRINGS, WY – Yellowstone National Park asks for public comment on revised Commercial Use Authorization and service-related operating plans that will guide commercial services in the park for the next five years. 

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The Shoshone National Forest announced it be performing a controlled burn near the Dead Indian communication site on Tuesday. This location is around 25 miles northwest of Cody, off the Chief Joseph Highway on the top of Dead Indian Pass.

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Only one bill emerged from the seven-day special session recently convened by the Wyoming Legislature dedicated to fight the federal COVID-19 vaccine mandate, but that legislation speaks centrally to the impetus for the session.