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It’s not uncommon for cross-country cyclists to come through Cody in the summer, but this year in the wake of social distancing, lockdowns, and other health restrictions, trans-continental biking may be a more challenging proposition. But Kymberly Byers has found by accepting the caring hand…

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Looking for a fertilizer can be particularly intimidating when you face an array of numbers such as 10-8-10 or 20-10-10. Choosing the correct fertilizer does not have to be complex if you learn what the numbers signify. This month I will explain what these numbers represent, why these three …

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From 50 years ago, here are some stories that were printed in the Enterprise July 8, 1970.

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Governor Mark Gordon has allocated $50 million in additional funding from the federal CARES Act to the Business Interruption Stipend Program to ensure the program keeps pace with demand from small businesses across the state.

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The people of Cody could use a space, a public space, to relax and appreciate the artistic talents of western artists. 

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Governor Mark Gordon has allocated $50 million in additional funding from the federal CARES Act to the Business Interruption Stipend Program to ensure the program keeps pace with demand from small businesses across the state.

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Recent fines paid, bonds forfeited or other penalties imposed in Cody Municipal Court include:

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Reports received by the Cody Police Department/Park County Sheriff’s Office. Not all reports are included, and a report does not necessarily mean a crime was committed. All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty.

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Recent fines paid, bonds forfeited or other penalties imposed in Park County Circuit Court include:

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Recent marriage licenses issued at the Park County Courthouse include:

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Noah J. Croft was born June 25, 2020 at West Park Hospital to Adriana Tafolla and Thomas Croft of Cody.

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Daisy May is a one year-old Siamese who loves people. She’s a playful, affectionate kitty but likes to be the only cat. Johnny is a charismatic, 3-year-old domestic shorthair with multiple personalities. For more information, call the Park County Animal Shelter, (307) 587-5110. (PCAS photos)

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People and organizations are signing up for the Stampede Parades this week at a steady pace.

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Last year, the Cody Regional Health Foundation promised the third annual SPIN Cody event would be successful. Despite having to do a virtual race, the event was indeed a success raising $116,000.

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The Concerts in the Park will return in July, providing musical entertainment every Thursday until the end of summer.

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Recent fines paid, bonds forfeited or other penalties imposed in Park County Circuit Court include:

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An American Avocet on Buffalo Bill Reservoir.

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Reports received by the Cody Police Department/Park County Sheriff’s Office. Not all reports are included, and a report does not necessarily mean a crime was committed. All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty.

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Recent marriage licenses issued at the Park County Courthouse include:

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Recent fines paid, bonds forfeited or other penalties imposed in Cody Municipal Court include:

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Cody Volunteer Fire Department calls:

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Joanna Esther Wade Simpson was born June 18, 2020, at West Park Hospital to Cheyenne and Eric Simpson of Powell.

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The Park County Library System Board of Directors voted Thursday to expand open hours at the libraries.

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The Cody Heritage Museum opened last week with brand new objects on display this season.

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The Park County 2020 Walk to End Alzheimer’s will be held in August.

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Heart Mountain Interpretive Center will fully reopen for visitors Saturday. The interpretive center will be open daily, but will be operating on shortened hours, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. The reduced hours reflect the center’s commitment to protecting visitors by implementing additional cleaning measures.

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Interested in seeing how the sausage gets made? Sen. Mike Enzi (R-Wyo.) wants high schoolers to come to D.C. for the fall and work in the Capitol. 

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The American Association of School Librarians has a new president. Cody School District librarian Jennisen Lucas will begin her stint as one of the leaders of the more than 7,000-strong group in 2021. 

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A calf gets roped for branding at Pitchfork Ranch on Monday, May 4th.