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Gov. Mark Gordon is working on legal action and a possible special legislative session to combat federal vaccine mandates.

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While people are more likely to encounter a vaccinated individual at Cody Regional Health than just about anywhere else in the county, the hospital is one of a number of local employers still working to raise its COVID vaccination rate.

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A push is starting to grow legs for the legalization of medicinal marijuana in Wyoming. On Saturday, the Wyoming chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws held a petition drive in City Park to get the question of legalization before the voters on the ballot.

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With President Joe Biden’s new COVID-19 vaccine mandate announced last week, at least a few local health care facilities will likely be strained even further than they have been the past 18 months. Biden said he will request the Occupational Safety and Health Administration to draft an emerg…

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With COVID quarantine numbers continuing to be high early in the school year and 27 students testing positive Friday, the Cody School District implemented a plan that would not mandate masks, but encourage them.

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CHEYENNE — Cheyenne attorney Harriet Hageman announced her candidacy Thursday for Wyoming’s lone seat in the U.S. House of Representatives, launching her bid to oust current Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo).

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Construction is ongoing at the site for the new Wyoming Game and Fish Department Cody Regional office building. Progress has become more visible as crews begin construction of exterior walls. 

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LARAMIE — Cheering back as a chorus of honking horns sounded support, about two dozen Laramie High School students protested Friday afternoon at the southwest corner of Boulder Drive and Grand Avenue.

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With COVID quarantine numbers continuing to be high early in the school year and 27 students testing positive Friday, the Cody School District implemented a plan that would not mandate masks, but allows students deemed in close contact with a positive individual to remain in school with a ma…

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After 17 years of repeat performances, Encore for Cody will host its final sale Tuesday-Wednesday, with everything priced 50% off. Doors will be open 3-7 p.m. at 2502 Mountain View Dr.

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With the county fire and fireworks ban lifted at the Park County commissioner meeting on Tuesday, the last of local fire restrictions were removed for the public.

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Brian Shumard said he did his research and then took all the necessary legal steps in order to have his 23-lot subdivision between Cody and Powell approved by Park County.

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COVID-19 cases may not be spiking the way they were weeks ago, but they are still far above where they were throughout most of the summer, which has put a strain on area hospitals.

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CASPER – Gov. Mark Gordon stressed Wednesday that he will not be issuing a statewide or K-12 mask mandate as he did last year, even as schools opened and COVID cases surged across Wyoming. 

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The Five Mile Creek drainage roughly five miles from Yellowstone National Park’s East Entrance will be home to yet another grizzly bear.

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The Wyoming Highway Patrol would like to remind motorists this holiday weekend to be responsible, don’t drive impaired and always wear a seatbelt. 

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Second Sheridan school district adopts temporary mask rule

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Shelter Operations Manager Jackie Hinther holds Fig during an adoption event Friday at Fremont Motors. There are currently more than 100 animals up for adoption at the Park County Animal Shelter.

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The sunset casts colorful hues recently at Grand Prismatic Spring at Midway Geyser Basin. (Photo by Leon Jenson)

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A lawsuit between a former employee of the Buffalo Bill Center of the West has taken some unexpected twists and turns since it was filed.

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A pedestrian pathway along Roberts Street is coming more into reality as new subdivisions along the street enter into agreements to build stretches of the pathway along the property.

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Beau Kidd, an interagency hotshot firefighter and north zone fire management officer for the Shoshone National Forest, has been put in many adverse fire fighting scenarios that could have been prevented with the proper foresight.

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The Bureau of Land Management lifted fire restrictions at midnight Tuesday on all public lands administered by the Cody, Lander and Worland field offices within Big Horn, Carbon, Fremont, Hot Springs, Natrona, Park, Sweetwater and Washakie counties.

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CASPER – The Biden administration on Tuesday set an end date for its pause on federal oil and gas leasing. The first onshore lease sale since December will be held by early 2022.

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Caden Livingston, 14, helps paint the bathrooms at Mentock Park on Aug. 21 before a mural is painted.