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Summer is coming to Yellowstone National Park, which means March will see closures and lots of snowplows clearing the way for the millions of soon-to-arrive visitors. As the winter season at Yellowstone concludes, and the work of preparing the park’s roads and amenities for the summer begins. Most of the park’s entrances will close in…

After two weeks of weather-related delays, the next and hopefully final phase of construction on Sheridan Avenue will begin the push up the Greybull Hill. The Sheridan Avenue rehabilitation project resumes its work today. WYDOT and S&S Builders, the primary contractor, will begin sectioning off the downhill side of 17th Street in anticipation of the…

It was déjà vu for Park County Search and Rescue, as helicopters and snowmobile volunteers were needed in a rescue operation that should never have happened. The call came into the Park County Sheriff’s Office Dispatch Center at 11 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 24. Eight snowmobilers, a group of people from Minnesota and Wisconsin, left Cooke…

46% of Wyoming’s land is owned by the federal government, and four Wyoming legislators want it all to be reallocated to the state – at any cost. House Bill 141 is currently filed with the Wyoming House of Representatives. It’s been sponsored by four Republicans: Robert Wharff of Evanston, Mark Baker of Green River, John…

There’s been a change in the state’s public health restrictions for Wyoming’s hair salons and barbershops – there aren’t any restrictions anymore. Governor Gordon and the Wyoming Department of Health have released the latest amendments to the state’s public health orders. As COVID-19 cases and deaths decrease across Wyoming, the restrictions on Wyomingites day-to-day lives…

Grand Teton National Park got a case of shivers this week, but not from the frigid, snowy weather but a low-magnitude earthquake. The United States Geological Survey recorded an earthquake in the Jackson area at 10:43 a.m. Wednesday morning. The origin of the quake, called the epicenter, was located miles underneath the town of Kelly.…

COVID-19 might be winding down in Wyoming, but the University of Wyoming isn’t taking any chances with its biggest in-person gathering of the year. In light of the ongoing global pandemic, the University of Wyoming has announced that its Spring 2021 commencement ceremony will be held virtually on Saturday, May 15, at 10 a.m. “With…

After seven months of a vital and valued service, Cody Regional Health feels the current COVID-19 situation merits a safe stop to testing at the Rodeo Grounds. Cody Regional Health announced the closure of drive-thru testing at the Cody Stampede Rodeo Grounds on Wednesday. Starting next week, there will be no testing offered Tuesday and…

When it comes to small business, Wyoming might lead the way in quality and opportunity – but it definitely leads the way in dependency. The United States is highly dependent on small businesses. Collectively, they account for 64% of net private-sector jobs created since 2005 and employ around 60 million Americans – that’s nearly half…

A field of science once deemed science fiction has succeeded in giving one of Wyoming’s most famous endangered species another chance at life. On Dec. 10, 2020, a black-footed ferret was born at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s National Black-footed Ferret Conservation Center in Colorado. An otherwise positive but unexceptional announcement from the conservation…


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