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Wyoming Senator Mike Enzi is inviting people to collect the experiences and stories of Wyoming veterans as part of the Veterans History Project. The Veterans History Project is an effort led by the Library of Congress to collect and preserve the firsthand accounts and memories of America’s veterans from World War I to present. Interviews…

An adult male grizzly bear has been moved into the Shoshone National Forest west of Cody. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department captured the bear after it had preyed on cattle on a Forest Service grazing allotment west of Dubois. The bear was relocated Monday to the Fox Creek Drainage about thirteen miles northwest of…

It’s a different kind of lottery. Rather than the chance to win some cash, Yellowstone National Park officials are offering people a chance to snowmobile in the Park without a commercial guide. Beginning tomorrow, people may apply to the 2019-2020 winter lottery that allows one group of up to five snowmobiles to enter Yellowstone from…

Grizzlies in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem are once again under the protection of the Endangered Species Act. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service this week returned grizzly bears in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem to the list of Endangered and Threatened Wildlife. Wyoming Senator Mike Enzi expressed his disappointment in the decision. He pointed out that…

You might already be walking regularly, even daily, but are you actually moving enough? Really, even if you exercise for a half hour per day, that’s still only just over 4% of your day spent moving — and that’s not great if the rest of your time is spent sedentary. I’m Wendy Corr, and in…

Youth from across the Bighorn Basin are invited to the upcoming Medicine Lodge Kids Outdoor Day. The event filled with outdoor activities for kids will be August 24th at Medicine Lodge State Archaeological Site in Hyattville. Tara Hodges, information and education specialist with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, says there will be six activity…

Hikers in the Bighorns are cautioned that the Forest Service is making repairs that will impact some trails. The Bighorn National Forest is beginning reconstruction and repairs to bridges on Bucking Mule Falls Trail 053, a National Recreation Trail.  The forest is partnering with the Cloud Peak Chapter of the Back Country Horsemen, the Shoshone…

The Big Horn County Sheriff’s Office is putting new technology to good use. The Lovell Chronicle reports that the department has started to use drones in their operations, mostly Search & Rescue missions throughout Big Horn County. Deputy Kyle McClure runs the drone program for the Sheriff’s Office. He says the use of drones has…

There are so many reasons why we should pay attention to what we eat. The processed foods many of us consume regularly may be convenient and tasty, but they compromise our health. I’m Wendy Corr, and in today’s Wellness Tip, we’re going to highlight the idea that the food you eat can affect your health…

A pavement improvement project is scheduled to begin today between Meeteetse and Cody. The $2.6 million dollar project on Wyoming 120 begins north of Meeteetse just west of the Greybull River Road to north of Meeteetse Rim. Project work consists of shoulder flattening and adjustments of existing guardrail, 1 inch of asphalt pavement leveling, a…


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