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With an abundance of natural beauty and opportunities for outdoor recreation, the Buffalo Bill Reservoir and State Parks wants the community to give opinions to determine a path for the future. In partnership with the Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation), Wyoming State Parks is embarking on a resource management planning process for Buffalo Bill Reservoir and…

Wyoming Game and Fish wants to inspire the hunting spirit in the Bighorn Basin’s next generation with a special pheasant hunt in a wildlife habitat management area near Lovell. The youth-only pheasant hunt will be conducted Nov. 18-20 at Yellowtail Wildlife Habitat Management Area near Lovell. During this three-day timeframe, pheasant hunting is restricted to…

Newly reelected Governor Mark Gordon is “humbled” and honored to have the support of Wyomingites as he prepares for another four years of leading the state through ongoing economic changes and federal oversight. Governor Mark Gordon handily won reelection in the 2022 General Election on Tuesday, Nov. 8. On Wednesday, Nov. 9, the governor released…

The Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel will not reopen for the winter season in Yellowstone National Park, a move that will have direct impacts on Cody and Park County. Yellowstone National Park’s Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel will remain closed this winter from December 2022 through March 2023. The hotel will be closed to overnight guests, and…

The votes have been counted – for nearly every race, incumbents were either reelected or unopposed, which means there aren’t many changes in local and state representation. In an age of increasing political polarization, the 2022 Midterm Election saw record-breaking participation of voters and candidates. The balance of power in the U.S. House and Senate…

Dangerous diseases continue to spread throughout the Bighorn Basin, as brucellosis is found in a Bighorn Mountains elk – the first time the disease has been detected in the region in six years. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has detected brucellosis in Elk Hunt Area 45 in the Bighorn Mountains. The disease was detected…

It’s beginning to look a bit like Christmas – and now families can start planning for it too, as Shoshone National Forest announced the first day to get Christmas tree permits. Few things inspire the spirit of the season, like the sight and smell of a Christmas tree. Soon, many people who make obtaining a…

Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon and the Bureau of Land Management (B.L.M.) have reached a settlement on the State’s appeal of an acquisition of land by the B.L.M. in Natrona and Carbon Counties. In June, Wyoming filed an appeal challenging the B.L.M’.s purchase of more than 35,000 acres of the Marton Ranch near Casper. The B.L.M.…

The proposed 195-foot tower would provide wireless service for several carriers in the Wapiti Valley but would also be a noticeable fixture along the North Fork Highway. The Park County Planning and Zoning Commission is hosting a public hearing on Wednesday, Nov. 16. At this hearing, the Board will consider a special use permit for…

The season’s first significant snowstorm is on its way, so Wyomingites should anticipate snowy skies, a noticeable drop in temperature, and potentially hazardous driving for the rest of the week. After an unseasonably warm October, the first week of November is eager to cool things off. Over the next several days, a significant portion of…


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