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Road rage: Cody billboard campaign recoils from interstate to internet - Buckrail, Jackson Hole News
WYOMING – A billboard erected outside of Cody, Wyoming is causing quite the stir, setting at odds select groups intent on knocking heads via social media dialogue drama, and flooding the ads’ creator with both hate mail and ‘atta boy’ bumps in business.
Future of Cody Nite Rodeo learn the basics
Colby Daniell (from left), Logan Nunn, Thomas Burnett, Josiah Running Crow, Will Downing, pastor Pat Alphin, Owen Witte and Kody Rinehart smile at a playback of a bronc ride from the evening July 11 at the Cody Nite Rodeo.REBECCA NOBLE
Trailhead stands to be impacted most
If the Cody City Council adopted the amended accessory dwelling unit provision of Cody’s zoning ordinance, the Trailhead Subdivision planned unit development in northeast Cody would be most affected.Developed by Ed Higbie, Phase 1 of the subdivision between Robert Street and West Cooper Lane was rec
No-fee areas up at reservoir
Officials who helped get no-fee areas approved at Buffalo Bill State Park stand with one of the new signs Tuesday. They included (from left) Buffalo Bill State Park supervisor Daniel Marty, Park County Commission Chair Loren Grosskopf, commissioner Tim French, commissioner Joe Tilden, commissioner J
Council discusses where to allow secondary dwellings
A citizen’s desire to build a secondary dwelling in Cody’s Trailhead Subdivision has city staff asking for a clearly stated ordinance to avoid potential disputes, and city council members divided on whether to approve the law.“The zoning ordinance didn’t address [accessory dwelling units] very well,
Editorial: Vacation rental regs are necessary
Colin Simpson, who along with former county P&Z planning director Ken Markert, was instrumental in writing the county’s first development standards, said there are questions still to be answered.
Big ride around Yellowstone starts in Cody
Barry Cole of Minneapolis, Minn., changes a tire inner tube at the Cycle Greater Yellowstone campsite at the Park County Complex on Saturday.REBECCA NOBLE
Cody named one of 10 best historic small towns
USA Today recently recognized Cody as a 2018 Readers’ Choice 10 Best Historic Small Town award recipient.“These 10 winners … have big histories and small populations – fewer than 30,000 people as of the last census – making them fun and affordable ways to dive into our nation’s past,” reads the .
Woman evacuated from South Fork after horse accident
A 46-year-old Cody woman was safely evacuated Monday from the South Fork after she was thrown from her horse and suffered a possible head and back injury.According to Park County Search and Rescue, Dawn Denning was riding with her husband, Mike when the accident happened in an area approximately one
2 grizzly bears relocated in Wyoming
CODY, Wyo. (AP) — The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has captured and relocated two more grizzly bears last week.The agency says it caught a sub-adult male grizzly bear on Aug. 7. The bear was a non-target capture while attempting to mitigate cattle depredations on a U.S. Forest Service grazing al
Cubs finish second at regionals
After winning a close play-in game earlier in the day, the Cody Legion baseball team ran out of gas in the Northwest Class A Regional championship.The Cubs lost to Glacier 13-0 to finish second for the second straight year, and fourth time in four regional trips. Cody ended the season 59-10 overall.
Column: Construction season is here again
There is road construction here, road construction there, all conspiring to prevent you from moving at more than 30 mph, except for when you are completely stopped for 20 minutes as dump trucks commandeer the highway.
All council candidates will likely advance from primary
With just four candidates registered to represent three city wards, it’s likely Park County’s primary election results will have little to no effect on the Cody City Council races going into the general election.Twice the number of candidates per open seat per ward will advance to the general electi
Wenk speaks on upcoming exit, top issues for replacement
A wistful and restrained Dan Wenk gave a two-hour farewell press conference Thursday with the clock ticking on his 43-year National Park Service career and his tenure as superintendent of Yellowstone National Park, one of the jewels of the agency.“My emotions are a little bit pensive,” said Wenk, 66
Team Wyoming helps rodeo contestants
Moments after competing in bareback in the 99th Cody Stampede in early July, Seth Hardwick changed out of his competition shirt into a fresh one.It was a snazzy blue and included a slogan in red lettering reading, “Team Wyoming.”For those who do not believe Wyoming has a professional sports franchis
Wyoming man charged with murder in death of wife
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Cubs struggle in third regional game Sunday
The Cody Legion baseball team fell behind early against Glacier, Mont., on Sunday and couldn't recover in its third game of the Northwest Class A Regional in Lewiston Idaho.The Cubs lost 13-2 after trailing 7-0 after the first two innings. Glacier had nine hits in the two frames, including two two-r
Golfers open season: Broncs ninth in first event, Oberheu 11th
Cody High School senior Logan Oberheu redeemed herself Thursday at Olive Glenn Golf Course.After struggling at home last year, she recorded an 89 on the first day of her first fall tournament this year.It was her final chance competitively as a high school player, as Friday the Park County Shootout
Cody wins big in regional opener
The Cody Legion baseball team got off to a strong start at the Northwest Class A Regional Tournament in Lewiston, Idaho, on Friday.In 105 degree heat, the Cubs defeated North Coos, Oregon, 16-3 in its opener to improve to 56-8 overall.The game was scoreless through two innings, then in the top of th
Man hitchhikes to visit partner in Wyoming care center
POWELL, Wyo. (AP) — Even though Hank Ramak is no longer able to drive, that doesn't stop the 72- year-old from finding a way to see the lady he loves. Two days a week, Ramak sets out from his home in Byron to catch a ride to Powell.Ramak used to make the 32-mile round-trip daily, when he was still a