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A remote wildfire has been spotted on the eastern boundary of Yellowstone National Park. On the evening of August 3, Yellowstone’s Mount Washburn fire lookout detected a wildfire near the eastern boundary of the park likely caused by lightning. That area has received substantial lightning over the past two weeks. While performing an aerial reconnaissance…

A scam is circulating in Park County that threatens residents with arrest on an outstanding warrant. Sheriff Scott Steward is warning residents to be aware that a fraudulent caller representing himself as a deputy from the Park County Sheriff’s Office is calling residents stating that there is a warrant for their arrest. Lance Mathess with…

You stick to your diet all day and eat healthy, well-balanced meals. Then, the evening comes and you find yourself making trip after trip to the refrigerator or cupboards to eat food that you don’t really need. Does this sound familiar? If it does, you’re not alone. I’m Wendy Corr, and in today’s wellness tip…

Investigators have confirmed that it was a lightning strike that caused the destruction of the historic Mount Holmes Fire Lookout in Yellowstone National Park last month. Park officials sent out a news release yesterday noting that structure fire staff completed their investigation last week into the fire that burned the historic building to the ground.…

Dramatic events in a Cody murder trial Monday.  One juror was excused after a reported break down, and the defense claimed when a Wapiti man shot and killed his wife a year ago, it was an accident. 76 year old Dennis Klingbeil was charged with the murder of his 75 year old wife, Donna, at…

Yellowstone Regional Airport reported record passenger enplanement numbers for both the months of June and July. In a news release sent out yesterday, Airport Manager Bob Hooper reported that YRA saw 4,979 passengers boarding planes out of Cody in June, compared to 4,907 in June of last year. And July accounted for even higher passenger…

A new report released by the American Cancer Society shows that Wyoming continues to fall short on implementing policies and passing legislation to prevent and reduce cancer. The annual “How Do You Measure Up? A Progress Report on State Legislative Activity to Reduce Cancer Incidence and Mortality” finds Wyoming meets the benchmark in just one…

The country is mourning the loss of 29 people, with dozens injured, after two mass shootings over the weekend in Texas and Ohio. In response to the tragedy, Governor Mark Gordon has ordered both the U.S. and State of Wyoming flags be flown at half-staff statewide until sunset on Thursday, August 8 to honor the…

Another grizzly bear has been re-located to the Shoshone National Forest west of Cody. The sub-adult female was captured August 1st after preying on cattle north of Pinedale. The bear was brought to the Mormon Creek drainage about five miles from the east entrance to Yellowstone. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department points out that…

Why, oh why, is it so hard to lose weight? It’s so easy to put on, but takes so much effort to take off – and it doesn’t stay away! The trick is to change your habits. I’m Wendy Corr, and in today’s Wellness Tip, I’ll give you a few simple steps to take that…


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