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The recent Trail Horse Challenge at the Boot and Bottle Club attracted more than three dozen entries to the event on Southfork Hill.

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At the end of the day, our businesses are only as strong as the people who make them up. All great companies are made up of great people. Human capital is an important resource for all companies, and businesses must invest and train those employees in order to keep pace with their industry, …

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A goose lands on the Yellowstone River in Hayden Valley last month.

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Recent marriage licenses issued at the Park County Courthouse include:

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Sophie Baumann was born Sept. 16, 2020 at West Park Hospital to Hanna and Chris Baumann of Powell.

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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 Cody Municipal Court include:

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The following divorces recently were granted in Fifth District Court:

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An updated version of Gardening: Vegetables in Wyoming, publication B-1115R, is available for download as a PDF, HTML or ePub at bit.ly/wyo-grow-vegetables.

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Renee Laegreid, History of the American West Professor at the University of Wyoming, speaks about Wyoming’s role in women’s suffrage during an event to celebrate the 150th anniversary and view The State of Equality, produced by Caldara Production and Wyoming PBS on 12th Street on Friday.

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A new publication from University of Wyoming Extension outlines management considerations or remediations needed to support Wyoming range with alkaline soils.

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Guy Doud became a hero of sorts to many teachers across the nation when he was honored by President Reagan in 1987 as “Teacher of the Year.”

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A new school year has begun and with it often comes new issues besides Covid-19, such as stomach flue and headaches. Learning problems often appear with parents and teachers wondering what is going on with the child. They may think he or she is not trying hard enough, knows what is going on …

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Wyoming is celebrating the 150th anniversary of women’s suffrage in Cody, 5-6 p.m. Friday at the party tent on 12th Street in front of By Western Hands Gallery. People will have the chance to witness some of the steps historic women in the state took to accomplish the goal.

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One of the walls of Drew Trotter’s basement studio is painted to look like a van from the 1970s. He keeps the ceiling light off, preferring the glow from lamps and the iMac where he cuts his music together.

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Recent marriage licenses issued at the Park County Courthouse include:

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Emery Haskell was born Sept. 8, 2020 at West Park Hospital to Courtnie and Zac Haskell of Cody.

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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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The following divorces recently were granted in Fifth District Court:

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Cody Volunteer Fire Department calls:

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The Cody Medical Foundation will be accepting scholarship applications for $1,000 grants through Sept. 30. In order to qualify, students need to have completed one year of college, major in pre-med, and have their parents reside in the West Park Hospital District. Applications and additional…

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Recently, Cody region Aquatic Habitat Biologist Laura Burckhardt was recognized as the Fish Division employee of the year.  Each year, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department recognizes one employee in each of four divisions who has demonstrated outstanding leadership during the course of their…

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The Cody Heritage Museum is holding Free Funday Sundays throughout September as a way to welcome more locals to the downtown museum.

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This week’s dramatic polar plunge is not only pummeling plants now, but expect damage and dieback next spring, according to the University of Wyoming Extension horticulture specialist.

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Elizabeth Hanson never thought she would mold the minds of the next generations. 

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Jenny Johnstone-Smith and her staff saw the need as soon as COVID-19 restrictions caused them to shut down in-person services at the Cody Senior Center.