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The tradition continues. The 38th annual Buffalo Bill Art Show and Sale officially opens this Thursday, August 22nd, with a reception at the John Bunker Sands gallery at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West. The Art Show is the result of months’ worth of work by the Art Show staff, Kathy Thompson and Laurel…

How many of you feel like your life is a series of crises? Putting out fires is your job – but you spend much of your time tired, overwhelmed and frustrated? Believe it or not, it is possible to live a structured life in a chaotic world. I’m Wendy Corr, and in today’s wellness tip,…

Two management actions have been approved to make adjustments to the plan for the Fifteenmile Wild Horse Herd Management area northwest of Worland. The decision approves an update to the Fifteenmile HMA Plan, which includes adjustments to wild horse herd and habitat monitoring objectives in the area that spans three counties – Washakie, Big Horn,…

In recent months, Wyoming’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate has been trending slightly downward and job growth appears to be increasing in most counties. A Wyoming Department of Workforce Services report, which focuses on changes in the number of jobs between fourth quarter 2017 and fourth quarter 2018, is a big-picture look at Wyoming’s economy through…

It’s been 60 Years Since the Hebgen Lake Earthquake, which re-shaped parts of Yellowstone National Park and made a lasting impact on the geography – and the people. At 11:37 pm August 17, 1959, campers along the Madison River west of Yellowstone National Park awoke to a nightmare. Trees swayed and snapped as the earth…

Chronic inflammation. Fatigue. Food intolerances. Gut-based disorders. Allergies. Do any of these ailments hit home with you? And did you know that much of the discomfort that comes with these disorders can be treated simply by changing what you eat? I’m Wendy Corr, with your daily wellness tip! We digest and absorb nearly 97% of…

Explorers be aware – there’s a cave in the Big Horn mountains that’s off limits temporarily. On a recent trip to Tongue River Cave, biologists discovered a maternity roost of Townsend’s big-eared bats. According to Sara Evans Kirol with the Bighorn National Forest, because this species is considered sensitive, the Forest Service is mandated to…

Asbestos is the reason why the Bighorn County courthouse will remain closed for at least another week. That’s according to a Facebook post from the Bighorn County Sheriff’s Office, which notes that the Courthouse, which was shut down unexpectedly August 8th, will remain closed until at least August 26th. Officials explain that as a result…

It’s a day to celebrate the river that runs through it. Through Park County, that is. The Shoshone River, named for its sulfur smell, but known for its recreation and irrigation purposes, will be the central focus on Saturday, when the Wild West Paddle Club hosts its annual River Fest, and the Buffalo Bill Dam…

Even though the summer is winding down, Park County Sheriff Scott Steward is reminding drivers to “Share the Road” safely with bicyclists. Every year, hundreds of bicyclists die in traffic accidents involving motor vehicles, and thousands more are injured, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. And the Sheriff’s Office notes that Wyoming laws…


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