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Clear skies are as good an indicator as any as to the state of the Lost Creek Fire. The latest update from Shoshone National Forest shows the fire has been mostly contained on the same 591 acres where it originated. There was minimal fire activity on Sunday night and Monday morning, and teams are making…

Ready for another regional WYDOT project? Another flurry of construction is set to begin July 6th at Dead Indian Pass, part of the Chief Joseph Scenic Highway on Wyoming Route 296. This is the Dead Indian Pass Slide repair project, which will include some drilling of the slide area just east of the scenic overlook…

It’s still burning, but it’s under control. Yesterday, at the Sheep Mountain Day Use Area in Buffalo Bill State Park, several local and state officials gathered to give an update to Wapiti residents on the Lost Creek Fire which broke out near the Buffalo Bill and Rim Rock Ranches. At this point, the fire has…

It seems a pronghorn family reunion would be very crowded – and not very diverse. A new study, lead by University of Wyoming Ph.D. candidate Melanie LaCava, has been studying the genetics of Wyoming’s pronghorn herds. Wyoming is home to roughly half of North America’s pronghorn population – approximately 750,000 individuals. Their findings show that,…

The numbers once again show our national parks are worth their weight in gold. A new report has been released by the U.S. Secretary of the Interior David L. Bernhardt, which shows the direct fiscal impact our nation’s national parks have on the national economy. In In 2019, visitor spending in communities near national parks…

The grass isn’t always greener, and the City of Cody has noticed. The Cody Department of Parks, Recreation, and Public Facilities released a statement on the Paul Stock Aquatic and Recreation Center’s Facebook page, regarding the state of the city parks. Specifically, the idea that some parks may look or feel neglected based on their…

Yellowstone Regional Airport’s Master Plan includes a larger terminal, more parking and more pavement. During the final public meeting of the master planning session, the assembled planning committee of Yellowstone Regional Airport board members and representatives from the engineering firm Morrison Maierle’s Cody office heard the final draft of the recommended master plan for the…

Senator Mike Enzi may be retiring, but he’s eager to share his wisdom and experience with Wyoming’s future generations. Wyoming students are encouraged to apply to be a Senate page for the U.S. Senate’s Fall 2020 session. The Senate page session during the fall runs from September 8, 2020, to January 22, 2021, although the…

A new University of Wyoming study shows mule deer are a bit picker than previously thought. After studying 15 years of movement data collected from deer GPS collars, researchers from the University of Wyoming and Western Ecosystems Technology have discovered that mule deer are less likely to use their migration corridors if the land is…

Another sign stolen. Keeping in line with a strange and discouraging pattern in 2020, more signs have been pilfered in Park County, this time from the UXU Ranch. On Thursday May 21st, the Park County Sheriff’s Office received a report regarding the theft along the North Fork Highway, in the area of 1710 North Fork…


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