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Lander swimmer named honoree for USA TODAY High School Sports Awards

(Lander, WY) – Lander Valley High School student-athlete Jonny Kulow continues to make waves in the pool across the country as he was just nominated for the inaugural USA Today High School Sports Awards in the Boys Swimming & Diving category. This nomination announcement from USA Today was released on...
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Jacqueline (Jackie) Symons

Our beloved Jacqueline (Jackie) Symons left us peacefully on July 12, 2021 surrounded by her family and overlooking her treasured pine filled backyard with a hint of the Grass River. Jackie was born Oct. 19, 1949 in Detroit, the daughter of Mary Louise and Jack Wildman. Jackie is a graduate...
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Former Senator Al Simpson Recovering From Fall & Broken Hip

Former senator and Cody community leader Al Simpson is reportedly healing well in California after a bad fall led to a partial hip replacement. Wyoming News reports that Cody resident Alan Simpson suffered a fall during a California vacation. That fall led to surgery and partial hip replacement, from which he is “recovering well.”
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Casper Troopers Drum and Bugle Corps Coming to Cody

The Troopers Drum and Bugle Corps is coming to Cody Wyoming next week. The Casper Troopers are a world class drum and bugle Corps, the only one from Wyoming. They are on a country tour to competitions, having a brief pit stop in Cody. They’re staying at Cody Middle School on July 25th and 26th and performing at Cody High School on evening of Monday 7/26. They are a part of DCI (Drum Corp International). They are the marching band worlds professional organization.
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Cody students help improve sage-grouse habitat on public land

With support from the Smithsonian Institution and an anonymous donor, Cody High School students and Bureau of Land Management staff planted 100 silver buffaloberry seedlings on public land east of Cody in June, improving habitat for greater sage-grouse and other wildlife. The Buffalo Bill Center of the West’s Youth Advisory...
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Horace ‘Fred’ Mason

Horace “Fred” Mason, 82, of Spokane, Wash., passed away June 10, 2021. Horace was born Jan. 13, 1939, in Powell to Norman Chester Mason Sr. and Ruby Mae (Sumner) Mason. He graduated from Cody High School in Cody in 1958. Although Horace was a lifelong bachelor, he was very involved with and supportive of his family.
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Heritage Museum holds open house

The volunteers at the Heritage Museum in downtown Cody are inviting the community, and tourists, to check out the museum and support its future. From 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, the museum will hold an open house, book signing, raffles along with free admission, and offer burgers, kettle corn, chips and drinks to purchase.
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Reluctance to require suicide prevention education in Wyo could cost lives

July 14, 2021 by Tennessee Watson, The Hechinger Report via WyoFile. This story about suicide prevention education was produced by The Hechinger Report, a nonprofit, independent news organization focused on inequality and innovation in education. Sign up for the Hechinger newsletter. CODY — It was clear to Soffy Anderson, 18,...
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Cody’s Nic Talich, Tara Joyce up for USA TODAY Sports Award

USA TODAY High School Sports Awards Nominees have been released. These awards celebrate the best in high school sports in the US. Each state nominates one male and one felae athlete of the year in each sanctioned sport. Cody High School has two athletes that have been nominated for the...
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Reluctance to require suicide prevention education could cost lives

This story about suicide prevention education was produced by The Hechinger Report, a nonprofit, independent news organization focused on inequality and innovation in education. Sign up for the Hechinger newsletter. CODY — It was clear to Soffy Anderson, 18, that the state needed to take action. She’d lost her sister...
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Lower league softball players like to ‘run the bases and hit’

When it comes to the Cody Softball Lower League, some girls hit off a tee while others swing freely at their coach’s pitches, but all are guaranteed a great experience playing team softball for the first time. “Softball is fun and it’s for everyone – everyone should participate,” said Mia...
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Local chorus awards vocal music scholarship

Yellowstone Harmony Chorus presented its Vocal Music Scholarship on May 25 to Liberty Laing of Cody. Traditionally, the chorus awards one scholarship annually to a graduating high school or home-schooled senior girl in the Big Horn Basin who is planning to continue in vocal music as a major, minor or a life activity.
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Gary L. Madsen

Gary L. Madsen passed away unexpectedly on Monday, June 28, 2021, from natural causes at home after paramedics were unsuccessful in reviving him. His loving wife was at his side. Gary was born July 30, 1944, in Pasco, Wash., to Kenneth H. Madsen and Vera A. Van Cleave, where his...
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Wyoming Softball Will Not Have A Gatorade Player Of The Year

Wyoming High School Softball was to have a player receive the Gatorade Player Of The Year just to have it taken right back. Cody High School participated in the inaugural season of High School softball. The Fillies would play the first game ever in Wyoming High School softball history defeating Worland 9-0. Cody would finished second in the west conference with a record of 11-3, 7-3 in conference play.
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Patricia F. Sebring

Patricia Faye Sebring, 78, of Sedalia, passed away Thursday, July 1, 2021, at University of Missouri Hospital in Columbia. On December 30, 1966, in Madison, KS, she was married to Darrell Clinton Sebring, who preceded her in death on March 15, 2004. One of seven children, Pat grew up on...
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Cody students plant bushes to benefit sage grouse

With support from the Smithsonian Institution and an anonymous donor, Cody High School students and Bureau of Land Management staff planted 100 silver buffaloberry seedlings on public land near Cody in June, improving habitat for greater sage grouse and other wildlife. The Buffalo Bill Center of the West’s Youth Advisory...
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Theo Ann (Strannigan) Riley

Theo Ann (Strannigan) Riley, lover of mountain wildflowers, died peacefully while surrounded by her husband and two boys Thursday, June 24, 2020. She was born Dec. 29, 1943 in Norfolk, Va., on the Navy base where her father, William Matthew Strannigan, was serving during World War II. Her mother, Mary Ellen Ball, named her after her mother, Theo Myrtle Ball. After her father was discharged from the Navy, she started elementary school in Loveland, Colo., and then moved to Fort Collins, Colo., where she stayed until fifth grade. She lived with her siblings, Susan, Marty and Matt.