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For some, their worst nightmare is standing up in front of a crowd and giving a speech. Glossophobia, the fear of public speaking, is common in the U.S., affecting a quarter of the population, according to a 2018 study by Chapman University. Then, there’s the Cody High School Speech and Deba…

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The chance encounter of a young artist and a Scottish adventurer resulted in a unique body of work that illustrates the American Fur Company Rendezvous, an annual gathering that took place that year, 1837, near the Wind River Mountains.

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A squirrel snacks last week on the North Fork.

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Wide brush strokes painted north and south. They were lines on a map of Wyoming already full of lines indicating rivers, mountain ridges, highways and interstates. But these brush strokes — wider than any of the others — illustrated where the Platte Valley mule deer herd migrates, threading …

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Even in a pandemic, the show must go on. Following in the footsteps of the choirs and bands at Cody High School, the CHS drama club is moving forward with a production of its own. Performing perhaps the most famous play in Western history, the teens in the drama club have been working hard t…

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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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Cody Volunteer Fire Department calls:

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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 Park County Circuit Court include:

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Stella Grace Herman was born Jan. 5, 2021 at Cody Regional Health to Alyssa and Dillon Herman of Lovell.

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The following divorces recently were granted in Fifth District Court:

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Two bison square off on the North Fork last week.

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Bethany Taylor of Meeteetse married Jason Winzenried of Cody on Jan. 1 in Cody. The bride’s parents are Bob Taylor, and Debra and Larry Nordberg. Groom’s parents are Jay and Valerie Winzenried.

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

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“Ninety-five percent of the kids who go to college in the United States would not be admitted to college anywhere else in the world.” said Albert Shanker, former president of the American Federation of Teachers.

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Thanks to the support of a local food truck owner, a Powell woman and native of the Netherlands brought a taste of her homeland to family and friends on a much larger scale than ever before over the New Year.

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The following divorces recently were granted in Fifth District Court:

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Welcome to a new year. It is a great time to resolve to spend more time at your Park County Libraries. One great way to do that is to set a reading goal for the new year. How many books would you like to read in the year 2021? Will you discover a new series, topic, author or genre that you l…

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Tripp Kaeden Bailey was born Dec. 23, 2020, at West Park Hospital to Falicia and Matt Bailey of Cody.

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Recent marriage licenses issued at the Park County Courthouse 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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The Wyoming Department of Health wants families to consider testing their Wyoming homes for radon to find out whether a potentially dangerous health risk exists. WDH is also announcing winners of a recent radon awareness poster and video contest.

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Area law enforcement agencies were able to provide gifts to children around the Big Horn Basin again this year despite COVID-19 restrictions that made the process much different for many participants.

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As winter settles into communities throughout Wyoming, ending a year that has brought challenges like no other, it’s the arts and humanities programs that continue to provide needed connection and healing.

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After nine years of running the Bargain Box, Ally McIver retired late last year, confident new manager Emma Melbratten will build on her contributions.

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A view of the McCullough Peaks on Dec. 25. (Photo by Gayle Wright)