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The Yellowstone Quake (2-3) got their first road win of the season with a 6-4 victory over the Bozeman Icedogs (2-3) on Friday.

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From the start of the season coach Maggie Kirkham’s plan for a repeat championship at state involved finding runners who could replace last year’s 2-3 finishers behind top runner Riley Smith. 

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One game at a time. That’s been the No. 2 Meeteetse Longhorns football team mantra all season, and it was no different when they faced off against the defending state champions, No. 5 Little Snake River.

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The Cody eighth-grade volleyball team wrapped up its season on Saturday with a perfect 10-0 record and dropped only one set. Pictured are (front) Montana Massey, (middle, from left) Lexie Edwards, Alyssa Despain, Sydney Peterson, Kennedy Brown, Rainey Powell, (back) manager Abbey Edwards, ma…

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If you are one of the more naive members of our population and don’t believe that active inside our country’s entertainment industry, news media, political system and even in our high school and elementary schools, there are certain groups that don’t have your best interests at heart and are…

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Since the season began, the Fillies have been flirting with breaking state records. After a week off from meets, one finally fell.

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The Cody volleyball team split with its weekend opponents, getting swept by Evanston on Friday and sweeping Green River on Saturday.

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The Meeteetse volleyball team split its matches this weekend at the 2A Duals in Basin, losing to Riverside and beating Big Piney.

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The Yellowstone Quake hockey team had a tough opening weekend on the road, losing both its contests to the Missoula Junior Bruins.

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Those who haven’t satisfied their running fix for the summer will have one more chance to compete at the Hunt Trail Race on Saturday.

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Wyoming Sen. John Barrasso said the recent passage of the America’s Conservation Enhancement Act by both chambers of Congress will reauthorize or establish several important government wildlife conservation programs and have a big impact in Wyoming.

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Buzzwords aren’t actually just words alone, but many times short, catchy slogans. For example, back in the 1960s the popular term “Saturday Night Special” was introduced by news-media types who wanted to vilify all small, concealable handguns available for the public as cheap, shoddy products.

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There’s one defining feature about this year’s Yellowstone Quake hockey team coach Phil Oberlin keeps coming back to: depth.

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Now about halfway through their season, the No. 3 Meeteetse Lady ’Horns are on their way to putting together another strong season, and added two more wins last week.

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Hunting is an activity many consider a traditional food-gathering ritual. Others consider it a slaughter of innocent animals. Some consider it merely a sport and therefore we have the term “sport” hunting and “trophy” hunting as opposed to “subsistence” hunting, which is hunting for food and…

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CASPER – The University of Wyoming will be allowed to have 7,000 fans in attendance at the Cowboys’ first home football game this fall.

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After a strong showing at regionals, the Cody High School tennis teams faced tough seeding in Gillette for the state tournament. The Broncs finished fourth in their final matches of the season, while the Fillies finished 10th.BroncsWith both teams spread out over four locations in Gillette, …

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At the halfway point in the season, any athlete starts to feel the fatigue set in. When the halfway point includes back-to-back road trips in a week with three meets, times often start to slip.

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CASPER – Wyoming football is officially back.

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The No. 3 Cody football team (4-0) beat top-ranked Powell 14-0 on the road Friday night to capture its fourth straight Big Horn Brawl win and first conference win of the season. 

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The state tennis tournament in Gillette is in full swing and the Cody teams have struggled early. Anna Brenner (no. 2 singles), Raegen Staggs (no. 1 singles), Ash Staggs and Soffy Anderson (no. 1 doubles) and Mitchell Schwab and Tristan Dollard (no. 2 doubles) have all been eliminated from t…

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After mixing up its lineup for the past few weeks, the Cody volleyball team returned to its original rotation and swept Powell 3-0 on Tuesday.

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Divers don’t do a lot of swimming – swimming laps, that is. After the warm-up, Nyah Meier heads to the diving board to practice her approaches and learn new dives. It’s the first year on the board for the senior.

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The No. 4 Meeteetse volleyball squad took its first loss of the season Saturday against Riverside after beating Dubois in straight sets.

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On the road facing a team they knew had improved, the Meeteetse Longhorns had their first big challenge of the season Friday against the Dubois Rams.

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The fourth annual Buffalo Bill Cody 10K and half marathon went off without a hitch last weekend despite COVID-19 and, because of such, a lack of marketing took place for the event.

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On a breezy Saturday afternoon, the Filly tennis team nabbed second place at the North Regional Tournament in Cody thanks to strong play in the consolation bracket, while the Broncs took fourth.