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The summer tourist season is right around the corner, and the Cody Chamber of Commerce is leading the community in preparing business owners to have a profitable year. Chamber Director Tina Hoebelheinrich says that their organization is hosting several events to kick off the 2019 tourist season next month, as well as offering free training…

The population of gray wolves in Yellowstone National Park has dropped by half in the last 15 years. That’s according to the leader of the Wolf Restoration Project in Yellowstone. In a webinar broadcast live on Facebook Wednesday, Doug Smith said the gray wolf population in Yellowstone National Park has dropped to about 80 wolves.…

The Shoshone National Forest is planning to conduct two prescribed fires this week along the Chief Joseph Highway. One of the burns will be at the intersection of the Chief Joseph Highway and the Beartooth Highway, and the other is at the Dead Indian Summit. Burning should take place between 10am and 4pm. Prescribed fires are…

So often on our healthy journey we go completely off track when we have a bump in our path. But it’s important to realize that with any health goals, progress, not perfection, is the rule! I’m Wendy Corr, with your Daily Wellness Tip. Trying to achieve perfection with any goal will only set you up…

Why is health care more expensive in Wyoming than in surrounding states? A report in the Casper Star Tribune attempted to answer that question last month. A database examining what was paid in Wyoming for care bundles — like wrist x-rays or hip replacements — found that of 254 services, 242 were more expensive here…

There’s not much chance for spring floods in the Bighorn basin this spring. That’s according to the National Weather Service, which reports that although mountain snowpack and associated snow water equivalents across most of Wyoming continued to be generally above average by the middle of April, those amounts are significantly lower in the northwest region…

A new conservation law enforcement program launching this fall at Northwest College will prepare students for careers as park rangers, field agents, game wardens and many other related law enforcement positions. NWC is just the fifth college in the U.S., and the only institution in Wyoming, to offer this associate of arts degree program. NWC…

Do you ever wonder HOW you’ll ever fit all the things you need to do into one day? There are so many demands on our time – kids, work, volunteering. Errands to run, bills to pay. Laundry, dishes, grocery shopping. And THEN we’re pressured to look our best, eat right and work out! How to…

Some roads are opening to the public in Yellowstone beginning this week. At 8 a.m. Friday, April 19th, select roads and services in Yellowstone National Park will open for the season, weather permitting. The roads from the West entrance to Old Faithful; Mammoth Hot Springs to Old Faithful via Norris; and Norris to Canyon will…

An Emblem woman died last week while driving her vehicle west of Greybull. 44-year-old Shelia Peters experienced a medical emergency while driving her GMC Acadia between Greybull and Emblem on Friday, April 12th. According to the Wyoming Highway Patrol, the crash occurred around 10:30 a.m. at milepost 97 on Highway 14/16/20. The Patrol reports that…


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