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Pitcher Ellie Ungrund delivers a ball during the Cody Pride 14U’s 12-0 win over the Laramie Lightning on Sunday in the 14U State championship game. See more Thursday. (Courtesy photo)

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Dahlen Thomas competes in saddle bronc late last month at the Cody Nite Rodeo.

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Yellowstone Park has been fishing very well the past week. Hot weather has been something to deal with on long hikes into the high country on Slough and Pebble creeks where the insect hatches have been nirvana for those like me who enjoy an entire day fishing dry flies. If you don’t know wha…

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It wasn’t a pretty win, but after going back and forth Cody finally managed to put Powell away 16-10 Sunday to go undefeated in the Lions Tournament.

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The Cody Legion baseball team overcame a rough first inning to come back and defeat Gillette 13-8 in its first game of the Cody Lions Tourney on Saturday.

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The Cody Legion baseball team continues to run the table in conference after sweeping Lovell on Wednesday.

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The Cody Legion baseball team came out of its short holiday break looking sharp, sweeping Casper on Monday to improve to 20-13. 

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The Cody Stampede was deemed a success by organizers and competitors alike despite the restrictions in place due to the pandemic.

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Sometimes a person just has to go fishing. Too often work and other obligations get in the way of getting outside to breathe fresh air and wade deep into a river or stream. During the past few days, my youngest daughter and my granddaughter were in town to celebrate Independence Day. We were…

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The Cody Legion baseball team split with AA Sheridan on the road Thursday in its final games before the short holiday break. The Cubs are now 18-13 overall. 

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Lake Mehalic was feeling good when she rounded the barrels in 17.32 seconds en route to the fastest time at the Cody Stampede on a horse named Big. The horse was excited too—for about 17.1 seconds, until rookie rider Paige Jones finished in that time in the run immediately afterward. 

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The second night of the Cody Stampede saw shake-ups in the standings in almost every event as cowboys and cowgirls sought to make their mark.

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The cowboys from the Cowboy State showed off for the more than 1,800 fans who came to the opening night of the 2020 Cody Stampede. Cole Reiner posted the top score of the evening in any rough stock event with an 86 in bareback riding. 

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The Cody Legion baseball team is undefeated in conference after another solid hitting performance Tuesday in Riverton.

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Joe Sinner of Cody competes in the Cody Stampede golf tournament Saturday at Olive Glenn Golf Course.

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Some things are just bigger than life. The annual celebration of our nation’s freedom from Great Britain’s tyranny on the 4th day in July is one of them. Or should be.

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The Cody Legion baseball team pounded out 28 hits Saturday in a conference sweep of Green River. With the wins they are 6-0 in conference and 15-12 overall.

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Summer fishing conditions are in prime shape throughout the Cody-Yellowstone region. More rivers and streams open the first of July, just in time for the annual Fourth of July camping trip. Flows are still high, but the good news is that they are a bit ahead of last year’s flows and water clarity.

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Cody High School ski team members (from left) coach Taylor Hensen, Logan Ross, Sterling Banks, Jasper Crofts, Maddox Growney, Aleka Blair, Sebastien McCarty, Dane Campbell and coach Rick Stonehouse skied at the Beartooth Basin Ski Area earlier this month. (Courtesy photo)

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After Wednesday’s scheduled baseball games in Powell were rained out and moved to Thursday, more rain forced the games to be played in Cody.

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Three straight days of doubleheaders caught up to the Cody Legion baseball team Monday when the Cubs lost two close games at Casper.

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Those of us who served in Vietnam are acquainted with a pesticide called, innocently enough, Agent Orange. Even these many years later, some former soldiers, Marines and airmen are battling residual effects of that poison introduced to them by their own government. Even some blue water Navy …

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These hours of sunshine are not just a boon for anglers wanting to make up for the time lost in winter when the sun swings low on the horizon causing the sun’s heat to do nothing much except burn off the frost on south-facing windows until the spring quinox occurs in March. No sunshine means…

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The Cody Legion baseball team earned a split on the road Saturday against Douglas, winning the first game 9-8 and falling in the second 13-8.

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It might feel a little different this go around, but the Cody Nite Rodeo is getting back on the horse for its 82nd year.

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Hard-recoiling guns have been a pain, pun intended, for as long as the big kickers have been around. For some reason, handguns with authority have borne the brunt of that curse more often than long guns. But all big-bore guns can be hard kickers and some of the smaller bores can smack a shoo…

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The Cody Legion baseball team struggled in its first road games of the season on Saturday in Three Forks, Mont. 

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Funding is available to support projects benefiting sage grouse and their habitats. The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission has preliminarily approved up to $75,000 to each of the eight Local Sage Grouse Working Groups to fund projects to address the primary threats to the species as identified…