At the tail end of last year, five Cody High School graduates traversed highways and flew hundreds of miles to descend on the town of Truth or Consequences, New Mexico, for the hunt of a lifetime — harvesting a desert sheep.
Veterans, active service members, and their friends and families are invited to celebrate Wyoming Veterans Welcome Home Day with Gov. Mark Gordon this weekend.
Enjoy an evening of classical music and Italian dining on Wednesday, March 29, at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West.
During the summers in the 1920s, dozens of girls and boys would ride from the east coast to Cody in private Pullman railroad cars, accompanied by chaperones from Valley Ranch.
April is Wyoming Native Plant Month, by proclamation of Governor Mark Gordon.
With the first day of spring on the horizon, the Park County Libraries are excited to help community members start to plan their gardens.
With our growing season fast approaching, it is time to begin indoor seeds.
Making a difference in state government can often feel impossible — especially when you’re not old enough to run for office or vote or, in some cases, even have a driver’s license.
On Tuesday, March 21, Wyoming students are encouraged to hop online for an engaging, one-of-a-kind career night featuring speakers from across the country, including Ryan “Cal” Callaghan of the MeatEater podcast and Netflix series.
The Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation is proud to present a performance by the San Jose Taiko drumming ensemble and shakuhachi grand master Michael Chikuzen Gould at 7 p.m., Saturday, March 18 at Northwest College’s Nelson Performing Arts Center.
Come sail away during the Soroptimist International of Cody 49th annual wine tasting on Saturday, March 18,
Northwest College will begin offering a new Bachelor of Applied Science in Criminal Justice Studies in the fall of 2023 after the degree plan was officially approved by the Higher Learning Commission.
Cody claimed the top spot in a recent USA Today Readers’ Choice contest.
As part of their series of free educational presentations, the East Yellowstone Chapter of Trout Unlimited will host Park County Planner Joy Hill, who will give a presentation about floodplain development on March 14 at 7 p.m.
A classic play gets a youthful makeover as the Cody Middle School Drama Club presents “Cyrano de BurgerShack JV” this weekend.
Park County Open Lands — a recently formed program working to protect and steward the county’s open lands — has a local leader.
Park County Republican Women are offering four $1,000 scholarships to all Park County graduating senior girls in Meeteetse, Powell and Cody.
The Cody Country Chamber of Commerce will ring in St. Patrick’s Day a week early with a pub crawl and festive music of the highlands from Billings Caledonian Pipes and Drums.
Wyoming Rising — a local non-profit group working to promote civil liberties and participation in government — will be hosting a screening of award-winning documentary “How to Start a Revolution” on Thursday, March 9.
The Sage Creek Community Club will be holding a bingo fundraiser March 11 to raise funds for the facility’s fire insurance.
To help raise funds for the Powell Library Expansion Project, the Park County Library Foundation is selling tickets for a documentary film screening at Vali Twin Cinema in Powell, on Wednesday, March 8.
Over the course of 32 plays written over four decades, playwright Neil Simon found the humor and heart in every-day relationships between friends, spouses and families.
Mark your calendars for Wednesday, March 8 as the Park County Library Foundation presents a showing of the documentary, “Dear Sirs: A Personal Journey Through World War II 75 Years Later.”
We had had a few cats in our lives, but eventually became confirmed dog people. We loved the eager-to-please, affectionate dog persona, exponentially expressed in our two Golden Retrievers.
A new study by University of Wyoming economists Anne Alexander and Chian Jones Ritten shows Wyoming’s gender wage gap persists, to the detriment of the state’s families and economy.
The European fad for top hats fashioned from beaver pelts caused major environmental repercussions across the United States during the 19th century.
As time passes, history has a way of forgetting people, but Cody artist Patrisha “Trish” Hennings is determined that the memory of Caroline Lockhart won’t fade away.
In 2014, Central Wyoming College faculty member Jacki Klancher and two colleagues began leading students on remote field expeditions through the Interdisciplinary Climate Change Expedition program.
Three Cody High School students were part of 100 outstanding high school seniors from across Wyoming have been selected to receive the 2023 Trustees’ Scholars Award, the University of Wyoming’s top academic scholarship.
In 2022, the chances of a Wyoming resident winning a chance to hunt one of 20 female or calf bison was just 10.36%. The chances of hunting one of 100 bulls was even smaller at 8.87%, according to Wyoming Game and Fish.
Applying for a bank loan can bring with it all kinds of concerns and questions for small-business owners.
The Heart Mountain Interpretive Center recently opened its new exhibit, Parallel Barbed Wire, which features the stories of Heart Mountain incarceree Clarence Matsumura and Holocaust survivor Solly Ganor.
Calling all “go big or go home” winter enthusiasts, the 18th annual Winter Wildlands Alliance Backcountry Film Festival will show in Cody on Sunday, Feb. 26, at The Colonel Venue & Lounge beginning at 5 p.m.
When award-winning independent feature film “The Year of the Dog” begins playing at Powell’s Vali Twin Cinema on Feb. 24, 5% of the net profits will be donated to the Park County Animal Shelter.
Cynthia Baumstarck of Cody, was named to the Dean’s List for the fall 2022 semester at Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wis. Baumstarck is pursuing a degree in psychology.