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Cody Beers

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Wind River Radio Network

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Wind River Radio Network

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Employment History

Public Relations Specialist

Wyoming Department of Transportation


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The Riverton Ranger


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fremontcountywy.org

Present in the audience were WYDOT Resident Engineer Robert Scheidemantel and WYDOT Public Involvement Specialist Cody Beers and Shoshone and Arapaho Transportation Director John Smith.


laramielive.com [cached]

Cody Beers, public relations specialist for WYDOT, says flood waters from the Wind River have been rising since last weekend.


laramielive.com [cached]

Cody Beers, public relations specialist for WYDOT, says flood waters from the Wind River have been rising since last weekend.


powelltribune.com [cached]

"It's literally raining rocks in the canyon. ... It's a nasty mess today," Cody Beers, public relations specialist for the Wyoming Department of Transportation in Riverton, said Friday.
Beers said WYDOT has two snowplows and a front end loader working to clear rocks off the highway through the canyon. "They started plowing rocks this morning, and they have been doing it ever since," he said Friday afternoon. "They make one pass, and when they go back, it looks like they haven't even been there." Beers said Wilson Brothers Construction of Cowley already has equipment on site. Wilson Brothers crews have been working on a project to remove rocks in the canyon that were loosened previously by landslides in May 2015. "That contractor is going to stay around and help us out," Beers said. "We're going to have to add on some work to their current contract." That's a good thing, because WYDOT doesn't have equipment big enough to deal with some of the large rocks that have fallen over the last few days, Beers said. A huge rock that fell in the canyon Wednesday afternoon was as big as a two-bedroom house, he said. "We can't move that. We're going to have to use some dynamite and some big equipment to get that thing down to a smaller size that we can manage," Beers said.


www.powelltribune.com [cached]

"It was about 6 inches [down] last night, then it dropped several feet overnight," Cody Beers, a regional spokesman for the Wyoming Department of Transportation, said late Thursday afternoon.


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