The Wyoming Department of Health reported Park County's third death due to the COVID-19 virus earlier this month.
From 8 a.m.-noon Wednesday, the Upper and Lower Terraces in Mammoth Hot Springs at Yellowstone National Park will close temporarily while crews replace a culvert from a major water line break that occurred on August 14.
Last week’s claims of harassment brought forth by a same-sex couple in Wapiti triggered a sizable response from the community – individuals and businesses alike – on social media and through their actions.
The Wyoming Department of Health reports there are now 137 active lab-confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Park County as of Monday afternoon.
As Frank Denbow was tackled to the ground by a swarm of Park County Sheriff’s Office deputies at the detention center, Circuit Court Judge Bruce Waters, watching via video from the courtroom, hardly batted an eye. The takedown was merely a conclusion to the escalating combative behavior Denb…
When Colin Monahan, 68, heard a knock on her door and saw a group of people standing outside her porch on Friday night, she said she thought they might be there to complain about a new garage she and her wife had recently built.
Rolling street closures are set to move again next week on the Sheridan Avenue project when the turns to East Sheridan are blocked off for construction.
As cases of COVID-19 in the county have risen dramatically, Park County’s public health officer is attributing most of the increase to community spread.
This Halloween hangman decoration was seen on North Hamilton Street in Powell on Tuesday morning. Previously set up with a black-colored face, the figure had its wrists tied behind its back and a noose around its neck. At some point late Monday or early Tuesday, a stuffed teddy bear head was…
Turbidity and suspended sediment concentrations may be higher than normal in the Shoshone River downstream of Willwood Dam from roughly Oct. 18-Nov. 5, as the Willwood Irrigation District lowers the water level behind the dam in preparation for winter operations.
Despite COVID-19, a national economic slowdown, and fewer in-Park lodging options available, Yellowstone National Park broke its September record for visitation.
It’s a story that’s been reported before. Drivers in and around Cody are blowing past school buses with their red lights flashing and with their stop signs extended, a so-called “fly-by.” This year, it’s on pace to be worse than last.
Yellowstone Regional Airport Operations Manager Bruce Ransom likely will never forget Oct. 29, 2003. That day, a FedEx cargo plane crashed in a snowstorm while heading to the airport, landing short of the runway on US 14-16-20 East and flipping upside down into Alkali Lake. The pilot was killed.
Andy Quick is a Cody native and, aside from college, has always lived in town. When he heard his Ward 1 representative Landon Greer wasn’t seeking reelection, he went to a few residents in the area he thought could fill the role.
Local consultant Tara Kuipers wants to do more with the local community college. After doing some work with the college, providing training to residence life staff and being involved in the Women’s Giving Circle, Kuipers is eager to help.
For the last couple of years, Wapiti resident Richard Jones said he’s gone to various community sessions held by Northwest College to envision a future for the two-year Powell institution.
After four years of working with other members of the community on the Board of Trustees at Northwest College, Bob Newsome wants to continue guiding his alma mater through an uncertain future.
CASPER – The White House Coronavirus Task Force in late September recommended Wyoming require the use of face masks in counties with significant COVID-19 case numbers and increases in positive test rates, according to a report late last month from that task force to the governor’s office.
A 3-year-old suffered second-degree-thermal burns to the lower body and back Friday morning after falling into a thermal feature in Yellowstone National Park.
Cody Regional Health’s COVID-19 drive-thru testing site is relocating Thursday and offering more tests and more hours due to a recent influx in COVID-19 testing demands.
On Monday afternoon around 5:30, a silver Chevy with Park County plates crashed through a road-closed sign and was a hair’s breadth away from colliding with a skid steer and operator working on the intersection at 16th and Sheridan Avenue, said Ed Epperson, who is overseeing the work with hi…
Cody Regional Health is requiring that anyone who has non-severe symptoms of the coronavirus or other lung-related illness like the flu and who wants to use the walk-in clinic only come from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. The change began Monday.
With the Park County commissioner’s unanimous approval given Tuesday, the county joined all of the municipalities in passing resolutions to explain how funds from the fifth penny general purpose tax would be spent if approved by voters in November.
The Park County flu clinics will have a different look and feel this year due to COVID-19 concerns. The Cody clinic scheduled for next Wednesday will be administered via drive-thru at the Stampede Rodeo Grounds from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. and 3-6 p.m.
The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services recently announced its participation in National Disability Employment Awareness Month, an annual awareness campaign that takes place each October. The purpose of National Disability Employment Awareness Month is to educate about disability employ…
Faced with conflicting wording in the city sign code and also sympathetic toward local tourism businesses battered by continuing pandemic restrictions, a city board tabled action on a sign review permit.