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Yellowstone National Park may soon host fleets of visitor shuttles as part of a new initiative to improve park visits and reduce park congestion. In conjunction with the Department of Transportation (DOT) Volpe National Transportation Systems Center, park officials are launching two separate exploratory programs that involve shuttle programs operating inside Yellowstone: Canyon Village has…

The legendary Fenn Treasure has been found, but another hopeful treasure hunter still must answer for his actions in the ill-fated search. On Sept. 16, 52-year-old Utah resident Rodrick Dow Craythorn was indited by a federal jury on charges of excavating or trafficking in archeological resources and injury or depredation to United States property. Craythorn…

The Cody Visitor Center has temporarily closed due to a positive COVID-19 test amongst its staff. The Center, which is the home of the Cody Chamber of Commerce and houses staff from the Park County Travel Council and Buffalo Bill Art Show and Sale, has put up signs on all its doors with contact information…

Park County historians are searching throughout the Bighorn Basin for barracks that once housed Japanese Americans – you may own or work in one without even knowing it. During World War II, over 14,000 Japanese Americans were incarcerated in the Heart Mountain Relocation Center during its three-year existence. It was, at the time, the third-largest…

A cluster of COVID-19 cases has been confirmed on the Northwest College campus, prompting more isolation during an overall successful plan to keep students and staff safe. In an email distributed to students and employees Wednesday afternoon, NWC President Stefani Hicswa confirmed: “a cluster of positive COVID-19 cases was identified among a group of epidemiologically…

Clark resident Mark Alan Cothern was killed in an ATV accident on Thursday, October 15. The Wyoming Highway Patrol reports the incident occurred around 3:30 pm. Cothern was riding an ATV on Forest Service Road 123, west of Wapiti and just south of the Smith Mansion and the North Fork Highway within the boundaries of…

Former U.S. Representative and U.S. Senate candidate Cynthia Lummis spoke to and took questions from Hot Springs County voters on Wednesday. The event took place at the Hot Springs County Museum and Cultural Center in Thermopolis. Lummis is currently running to fill the seat soon to be vacated by Senator Mike Enzi, who announced his…

The Park County Search and Rescue Team was at it again, as a helicopter was used for an overnight effort to save an injured hunter on the Shoshone Plateau. On Oct. 9, The Park County Sheriff’s Office Communications Division received an InReach SOS activation via International Emergency Response: a 38-year-old man had been hunting in…

Yellowstone National Park is temporarily shutting down the road at Mammoth Hot Springs to finish the work they started after a water line break earlier this summer. The major break occurred on Friday, Aug. 14 in the water line that brings water to all the facilities at Mammoth Hot Springs. Park crews worked through the…

Meeteetse wants your skulls – and the older, the better. This isn’t a ghoulish Halloween plot, but rather an attempt to better understand the history of America’s most iconic big animal in the Bighorn Basin. The Meeteetse Museums are asking for residents throughout northwest Wyoming to participate in the Bison of the Bighorn Basin project.…


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