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  • By LAURA HANCOCK Star-Tribune staff writer

Tea party activists did not gain seats in Tuesday's primary election. But their presence in the election made a dent, contributing to the unseating of a longtime member of the state House in Central Wyoming. David Northrup, a farmer-rancher from the Willwood community near Powell, unseated incumbent Pat Childers in House District 50, which covers a portion of Park County. Northrup and Childers were among four Republicans trying to get that seat. Also running were Charles Cloud of Cody, husband of state Auditor Cynthia Cloud, and T.D. Ball of Cody.


CODY, Wyo. — Landscape architects joined city officials here Wednesday night to discuss a streetscape project planned for the city’s downtown strip.


    Gazette Wyoming Bureau‌

CODY, Wyo. — After more than three hours of public testimony, the Cody City Council voted 6-1 on Tuesday night to deny an application by Walm…


    Casper Star-Tribune

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — In the early spring of 2010, between the end of the legislative session and the start of campaign season, a quiet, neatly dre…

  • MARTIN KIDSTON/Gazette Staff

The new Cody City Council now includes, from left, Donny Anderson, Charles Cloud, Bryan Edwards, Mayor Nancy Tia Brown, Steve Miller, Jerry Fr…

  • RUFFIN PREVOST Gazette Wyoming Bureau

CODY - A City Council member who owns an auto repair shop has withdrawn a plan to seek state funds to purchase and upgrade a vacant building t…