After ending for good in 2015, the Wild West Balloon Fest is being “relaunched” in Cody this weekend.
Owners of a UFO-themed magazine based in Cody recently asked a federal judge to allow their trademark lawsuit against television network Showtime to continue.
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A television network is asking a federal judge to dismiss a trademark lawsuit brought against it by the owners of a Cody magazine, arguing its use of the term “UFO” in the title of a program is protected by the First Amendment.
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The Park County Animal Shelter has been inundated this week with more than 30 cats due to a recent hoarding case, one of its employees told Cowboy State Daily on Thursday.
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A Cody man with a lengthy criminal background who was arrested in connection with operation of a drug ring has been recaptured after eluding law enforcement officers since October.
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The body of a Texas woman missing since December has been found in Cody, according to the Cody Police Department.
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On Sunday, Church President Russell Nelson announced plans for a third temple in Wyoming, to be constructed in Cody.
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The Buffalo Bill Center of the West named Rebecca West to be its new director — the first woman to run it since Buffalo Bill Cody’s niece founded it in 1917.
Visitors to Cody this summer might be able to pick their own salad greens straight from the garden – downtown.
A group of Cody high school students will be lobbying the Wyoming State Legislature.
The influence of rapper Kanye West on the community of Cody continues to grow after his purchase of a ranch in Park County.
Wyoming’s Department of Transportation is continuing its work to stabilize falling rock that has created a hazard for several years on a highway between Cody and Yellowstone National Park.
Music students at Cody High School got a glimpse into the world of professional music in November when Kanye West brought the cast of his new opera to Cody for rehearsal.
Members of The Wandering Weavers work with hand-operated looms to create beautiful works of textile art.
From the historic Irma Hotel to an abandoned cemetery to a building which used to house an undertaker’s business, Cody has plenty of spooky ghost stories.
A low unemployment rate is creating some difficult situations for Cody’s restaurants.
More than 107 artists had their work displayed in Cody recently as the community celebrated its 38th annual “Rendezvous Royale,” a week-long celebration of western art.
The anniversary of the completion of one of Wyoming’s most impressive engineering feats was celebrated recently as Cody marked the 25th anniversary of the expansion of Buffalo Bill Dam.
The more than 14,000 people held at the Heart Mountain Internment Camp near Cody showed an amazing ability to support their country despite the fact it imprisoned them, newscaster Tom Brokaw said at the camp last weekend.
The Cody Firearms Museum at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West is one of the largest collections of firearms in the world. Now that collection – with interactive exhibits highlighting the role of firearms in our culture – is back on public display in all its metallic glory.
Cody is celebrating two things during this long holiday weekend — Independence Day and the 100th anniversary of its world-famous Cody Stampede Rodeo.
A horse arena will go up in front of Cody’s historic Irma Hotel this week in preparation for what has been referred to as the “prom of the horse sales.”