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After captivating the world for almost two years, Grizzly 399 and her four cubs are going their separate ways – to the delight and dismay of the public and biologists. According to the Jackon Hole News and Guide, Grizzly 399 and her four cubs appear to be separating. Of course, this is no surprise to…

The B.L.M. wants more fertility control of wild horses and burros so overpopulated herds don’t use all the water and food needed by other Wyoming wildlife. The Bureau of Land Management seeks new contract services to humanely gather, treat, and release wild horses and burros living on public lands. The contract is part of their…

The Public Affairs Office is advising visitors to anticipate winter weather and hazardous driving conditions in Yellowstone National Park in the coming days. The Office said travelers should, “anticipate temporary road closures and driving delays.”    The East Entrance Road between the East Entrance and Fishing Bridge is temporarily closed due to winter weather and hazardous…

Aaron Buck, Airport Director at Yellowstone Regional Airport, joined Mac Watson on Speak Your Piece (5/6/2022) to address the challenges of a growing airport, the ongoing pilot shortages, and the reduced number of flights out of Cody, Wyoming. Regarding the cuts in flights and service, Buck says, “A lot of it has to do with…

The earth’s always moving in Yellowstone, but a recent earthquake in the park was intense enough to be measured by the U.S. Geological Survey. A handful of tourists might have started their day with a good shake. At 7:32 a.m. Wednesday morning, the U.S. Geological Survey detected a light earthquake in Yellowstone National Park. The…

Angela or “Angie” Johnson recently announced her decision to run for Park County Commissioner. Candidates running for Park County Commissioner run for open seats as they become available instead of directly challenging incumbents. When asked what prompted her decision to run for office, Johnson says, “like many responsibilities I have taken on throughout my working…

Members of the Powell Medical Foundation were serving root beer floats in the cafeteria of the Powell Valley Healthcare center to thank nursing and support staff as part of National Nurses Week and National Hospital Week. From delivering babies to assisting in the emergency room and caring for the elderly, nurses shoulder the responsibility for…

A Greybull man pretended to be an Idaho man for 50 years but now faces prison and fines for his half-a-century ruse. The Cowboy State Daily reports that 85-year-old Peter Jeremy Martin has been charged with multiple crimes in U.S. District Court. His charges include making false statements, aggravated identity theft, and making false statements…

Wyoming’s youth are being targeted, blackmailed, and sexually exploited on their social media apps, and state law enforcement and the FBI urge kids to be safe. The F.B.I. alerted the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation (D.C.I.) of a new and disturbing extortion scheme “trending” on social media. Last week, the Laramie Police Department shared those…

Motorists will see traffic delays during an upcoming $1.47 million pavement improvement through the three-lane section of US14A between Cody and Powell. Contractor Century Companies, Inc., of Lewistown, Mont., is scheduled to begin work Monday, May 16, with rotomilling of the existing surfacing and guardrail replacement of U.S. Highway 14a through the Corbett Bridge area.…


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