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Alleged Cody member of meth ring arrested
Erin Clark would receive meth from a drive through window before selling it as part of one of the Big Horn Basin’s largest meth rings. The Cody resident described operations to investigators in late March when she became the fourth local from that enterprise to receive felony charges.
Paleoanthropologist to speak in Cody on May 3
Richard Potts, from the Human Origins Program at the Smithsonian Institution's national Museum of Natural History, will speak on May 3 at 6:30 p.m. in the Buffalo Bill Center of the West's Coe Auditorium in Cody, Wyoming.
Park County bucked trend, added residents in year period
Park County bucked the state trend and added residents over a year period ending July 2018. Only three counties gained more residents than Park, which added 135. The state as a whole lost 1,197 residents year-to-year for a U.S. Census Bureau population estimate of 577,737 in July ’18, according to a
More than 23K apply for elk tags
More hunters from other states are looking to come to Wyoming for elk hunting. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is seeing an increase in nonresident elk applications for the 2019 season. Nonresidents submitted 23,750 applications, a 2.9 percent increase from 2018.
Wyoming Man Killed in Rollover Northwest of Lander
A 28-year-old Wyoming man is dead after rolling his vehicle on the Wind River Indian Reservation Saturday afternoon. The Wyoming Highway Patrol says Garren Sankey was headed south on Shipton Lane when he lost control of his vehicle approximately 200 feet before the intersection with Ethete Road and
Is it ‘Legal’ To Spank Your Child In Wyoming?
Many people have different opinions when it comes to how they want their children to be raised. A hot topic of conversation in Wyoming is whether or not it is legal to spank children.
Cody earns several high finishes at recent athletic roundtable
The Cody Middle School track team competed in the Powell Athletic Roundtable Middle School Track Invitational on April 13. The eighth-grade girls and boys took first out of five teams, as did the seventh-grade girls, while the seventh-grade boys finished second.
Body of Missing Cheyenne Man Found in SE Wyoming
The body of a Cheyenne man missing since January was found Sunday in eastern Albany County. Brent Dougherty, 35, was last seen alive on Jan. 21, when he was walking down the Blair Wallis road near the rest area on the I-80 summit.
COLUMN: Wait to see if warmth leads to full runoff
Fishing conditions around the Cody region changed Good Friday when temperatures climbed into the high 70s and melted the lower elevation snow. Freestone rivers draining the Absaroka and Beartooth Mountains increased in flow and became more and more muddy Friday, especially in the lower reaches of th
Wyoming doctor set to go to trial on drug conspiracy charges this week
CASPER, Wyo. — A doctor is set to go to trial this week on charges alleging he operated a criminal drug conspiracy out of his Casper office, ultimately resulting in the overdose death of an Arizona woman.
City’s costs up from last year for law enforcement center
The City of Cody expects to pay Park County $344,909 for 12 months’ use of the joint law enforcement center, or $28,742 per month, in fiscal year 2019-2020 that starts July 1.
Wyoming Business Council offers energy efficiency grants
The Wyoming Business Council’s State Energy Office will have competitive federal grant funds available for Wyoming local governments, public schools and small businesses seeking to improve their buildings while reducing utility costs.
Creative cover-up: Man allegedly stole 34 guns, lied many times
Robert “Bobby” Jackson is alleged to have fabricated a brother and a bill of sale as part of an effort to cover up the theft of 34 firearms. In all he is alleged to have made at least 13 false statements over the course of a 10-day Park County Sheriff’s Office investigation into his alleged firearms
Online Poll: Yes, ‘Good Old Boys’ Run Wyoming, Majority Says
A huge majority of people responding to a Townsquare Media of Cheyenne poll over the past week say "good old boy" politics run Wyoming. While the poll was not a scientific sampling of public opinion, 504 out of 607 people taking the poll represents an overwhelming majority agreeing with the premise
Body found near Lincoln Monument
The body of a dead man located near Blair Wallis Road in the section of Medicine Bow National Forest just east of Laramie was found Sunday after deputies with the Albany County Sheriff’s Office received reports of its presence, according to a news release issued today.
Wyoming Highway Patrol Welcomes Newest Junior Trooper [VIDEO]
The Wyoming Highway Patrol visited the Freedom Elementary School in Cheyenne. Their purpose, to make a child's dream a reality and steal a potential recruit from the Kansas Highway Patrol.
Donate Your Unwanted Car Seats To Your Local Wyoming Target
Starting today at your local Target, trade-in your old car seat for a 20% off coupon for new baby items, according to CBS 7. The event will last until May 4th nationwide and the coupons are good until May 11th. All you have to do is bring in your old car seat to Guest Services, there will be a box t