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Park County Search and Rescue crews were called out yesterday morning to evacuate a woman who suffered a seizure while riding horses at a ranch on the North Fork. The Park County Sheriff’s Office sent out a press release yesterday afternoon that 64-year-old Elizabeth Manis of Raceland, Kentucky was on a horseback outing about three-quarters…

Flag Day is this Friday, and members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and Auxiliary in Cody will be conducting a flag retirement ceremony that day. When flags become worn out or soiled, rather than throw them in the trash, the proper way to dispose of an American Flag is to burn it. That’s according…

When we think of getting healthy, we usually think of weight loss, cholesterol levels or blood sugar. But how often do we give attention to one of the most important organs in our body – our brain!? I’m Wendy Corr, and in today’s Wellness Tip, I’ll give you some ways in which you can boost…

The Vice President is coming to Yellowstone. The Billings Gazette reports that United States Vice President Mike Pence will be in Billings on Wednesday to talk about combating illegal drugs, before traveling to Yellowstone National Park. A White House official confirmed Friday the vice president and Montana Senator Steve Daines will receive a briefing about…

A motorist was rescued from the Beartooth Pass after the road had been closed due to winter conditions. The Wyoming Highway Patrol was dispatched just after midnight on June 8th after a report of a stranded motorist on Highway 212 around Beartooth Pass.  A friend of the stranded motorist attempted to reach him, but he…

Wildlife collisions are of high concern for motorists and highway officials, especially in Northwest Wyoming. The Powell Tribune reports that every year, more than 6,000 deer, pronghorn, elk and moose are reportedly hit by vehicles on Wyoming’s roads, which costs individuals and government agencies nearly $50 million annually. The newspaper points out that two highways…

Four black bear hunt areas have closed in the last week, after the quota of female black bears in those areas have been taken by hunters. The spring black bear season in hunt areas 1 and 2, in the northern Bighorn Mountains, closed at 9 a.m. on Monday, June 10.  Black bear areas 1 and…

How many of you just roll out of bed every morning, mindlessly going through your morning routine and grabbing a cup of coffee to wake you up as you head out the door? Would you like to put more MEANING in your morning? I’m Wendy Corr, and today’s wellness tip is a true life saver.…

Yellowstone National Park has reported its third busiest May on record. The park hosted 434,385 visits last month – that was a 2.8 percent decrease from 2018, which was the busiest May recorded. So far in 2019, the park has hosted almost 576,000 visits, up 1 percent from the same period last year. Year-to-date visitation…

The cold weather that blew in over the weekend did more than just put a damper on outdoor activities. The cold front produced record and near-record low temperatures across the Bighorn Basin yesterday morning, according to the National Weather Service Riverton office. Record low temps were recorded in Greybull and Worland, as well as in…


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