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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints on Wyoming Avenue is offering music this weekend and a live nativity Monday to celebrate the Christmas season.

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The Buffalo Bill Center of the West’s Draper Museum Raptor Experience celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2021. At the next Draper Natural History Museum Lunchtime Expedition, the program’s “raptor wranglers”—Live Raptor Program Manager Melissa Hill and Live Raptor Program Assistant Brandon L…

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Once music lovers hear Doc Morton and the Rowdy Uncle Band, they may want to add a new genre to their list of favorites: Newgrass.

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“T’was the night before performance when all ‘crost the stage, not a child was dancing, no matter what age. The costumes were ironed and hung with such care, in hopes that an audience soon would be there.”

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“Mental illness and alcoholism or drug abuse interact in a complex dance,” said Dr. James Garbutt, professor of psychiatry at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and research scientist at Bowels Center for Alcohol Studies. “Mental illnesses can increase the risk for alcoholism or…

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Eleven Cody High School students participated in five different simulated UN committees at this years virtual Model UN Conference. They represented Sweden, Kenya and Argentina in their respective committees and walked away with four out of five possible Best Delegate Awards. Award winners we…

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Like last year, Cody Regional Health’s Community Thanksgiving Dinner will be a drive-thru, to-go meal handed out by volunteers, which includes turkey, stuffing and all the fixin’s.

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St. Barbara’s Catholic Church will be hosting a special three-night series of presentations. Talks will be presented by nationally acclaimed speaker, author and radio host, Jon Leonetti. He believes that our deepest longing for happiness and wholeness is fulfilled in the encounter with Jesus…

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Irving Berlin and Kate Smith collaborated in 1938 to help inspire people to believe in America again with the song “God Bless America”.

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CHEYENNE – The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services (DWS) encourages businesses across Wyoming to hire our nation’s veterans. DWS has many services and programs to support employers interested in hiring veterans, and to support veterans transitioning into the workforce.

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After taking a year off due to COVID concerns, the Crisis Intervention Services Holiday Craft Fair is back Saturday at its traditional time and location.

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Friday, November 19th

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A group of area residents had a glimpse of the past over two days this fall as they learned to make stone tools and then use those to butcher a bison. 

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In his 30s, Ernest Hemingway – journalist and author, angler and adventurer – acquired a facial blemish that was a reminder of his sojourns in Cody Country. If someone asked him about the scar on his chin, he could tell the story about his horse wreck one summer in the mountains. 

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Northwest College kicks off its celebration of International Education Week, Nov. 15-19, with the following events and activities to promote awareness about the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide.

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In his recent “View From the Summit” column on Nov. 4, Cody Enterprise reporter Leo Wolfson offered a more optimistic perspective on the philosophy of multiculturalism, an issue raised in the previous School of Thought column the “Divided State of America” on Oct. 28.

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The talent pool of Wyoming songwriters is booming and it’s rising up from every corner of the state. The New York Times acknowledged this in 2013, observing WYOmericana’s rolling representation of Wyoming’s stellar songwriter scene in a full-page article, “Touring, the Wyoming Way.” Several …

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Taylor Thompson and Jacob Kennedy were married on August 21, 2021 at the Wild Horse Ranch at the end of the Southfork in Cody.

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The Park County Library in Cody no longer charges fines, but is still hosting an annual food drive from Nov. 1 to Dec. 30.

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Rocky Mountain Dance Theatre is proud to announce the return of Randy Pacheco and Sasha Vincett as the guest artists performing the roles of the Cavalier and the Sugar Plum Fairy for this year’s 24th Annual Nutcracker Ballet. Pacheco and Vincett are both soloists for Ballet Arizona in Phoeni…

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At the next Draper Natural History Museum Lunchtime Expedition, which can be attended in person at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West’s Coe Auditorium or virtually via Zoom webinar, Park County Archives Curator Brian Beauvais traces the history of prospecting and mineral development in Wyom…

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Park County Library has a full calendar for the month of November, with plenty of activities for everyone.