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Area students were named to the University of Wyoming’s President’s Honor Roll. The President’s Honor Roll consists of regularly enrolled undergraduates who earned a 4.0 (“A”) grade-point average for the semester. To be eligible, students must have been enrolled for a minimum of 12 credit ho…

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Keenan Miller and Effie Clark of Cody were also named to the Dean’s List at Rochester Institute of Technology for the Fall 2020 semester. Undergraduate students are eligible for Dean’s List if their GPA is greater than or equal to 3.40 for nine credit hours of traditionally graded coursework…

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What kind of art would you like to see around our city? The Cody Public Art Committee, comprised of members of the community, is seeking the input of Cody’s citizens. Please take a quick, five question survey and contribute to the conversation at surveymonkey.com/r/XYNL8XQ. The survey is als…

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It may not be all that surprising considering how many people are moving here, but Cody is quite popular.

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Recently, the Yellowstone Regional Composite Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol promoted two active cadet members. Cadet Master Sergeant Eli Swaney and his brother, Cadet Master Sergeant Jay Swaney, advanced to Senior Master Sergeant, also named the Doolittle Achievement. This is named after J…

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Redeeming Grace Church is hosting an encouragement conference Saturday at the Cody Auditorium with guest speaker Mark Chanski.

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On Saturday, the Cody Library will be welcoming back photographer Ron Everhart at 2 p.m. in Grizzly Hall. Everhart was scheduled to present his “Photos of the Beartooth Mountains” slideshow last year before the lockdown began and the library had to cancel all of its programs.

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Katie McCue has added another accolade to her award shelf. The second-grade teacher at Eastside School has been honored as one of the top math instructors in the state, and is now in the running for a national award.

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Abrielle Hartwig, 7, (left) and Isabella Andrews, 7, wait for the Lions Club egg hunt to start at Olive Glenn Golf Club on Sunday.

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The University of Wyoming conferred to the following people after the conclusion of the fall semester:

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Park County Libraries are kicking off National Library Week this week. The libraries will be celebrating at each location and on social media. To help celebrate National Library week, the Cody Library will host an afternoon program with photographer Ron Everhart. Join Everhart Saturday at 2 …

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A new collaboration between the Cody Senior Center and the Cody Country Art League called Art with Heart for Seniors is getting set to begin. 

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For about 45 years, Doris Good has delivered meals to appreciative recipients in Cody and, through that volunteer work, receives nourishment in return.

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No match may be more unbalanced than that of snow and cardboard. When the two meet, snow usually bullies cardboard and cardboard predictably retreats into a tattered, sopping mess.

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GILLETTE — When the economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic first began to impact Wyoming last spring, Kasi Hartsoch took them in stride.

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The deadline to apply for Northwest College’s new Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.S.) Program in Professional Studies is Thursday. Students who are accepted into the program will begin their studies in fall 2021. 

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Three free University of Wyoming Extension publications on extending the growing season, greenhouses and hotbeds and cold frames have been revised and are available for download in PDF, HTML or ePub formats.

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Enroll Wyoming is a program that serves the people of Wyoming. Our objective is to provide information and education to Wyoming individuals and families about health care access and health insurance options.  

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Even when she’s doing something else, there’s a good chance Tashi Mathuin is thinking about her latest scoop. At any given time, she’s workshopping about 10 different story ideas, whether for her or her team. More than working with the Adobe Suite, more than practicing camera shots or captur…

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The Irma Flat Mothers Club has canceled their biennial fundraiser High Tea with the Flat Ladies, originally scheduled for May. Because of COVID-19 concerns, this event is now planned for May 2022. 

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With proper planning and the correct supplies, you can get a head start on your garden by starting seeds indoors and growing your own transplants. In addition, you can sow a wider assortment of plants and get an earlier harvest. This is beneficial for long season crops in Wyoming’s short gro…

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Three Cody students have earned the best scholarship available from the University of Wyoming. Brylee Allred, Summer Holeman and Solomon Stewart qualified for the Trustees Scholars Award, a nearly full ride to the flagship university in the state.