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Worland’s Admiral Beverage has partnered with First Lady Jennie Gordon and Star Valley Meat Block to end Wyoming food insecurity with Wyoming game and a refrigerated truck. As part of the First Lady’s Wyoming Hunger Initiative, the new Food from the Field program will see meat from deer, elk, and moose donated by Wyoming’s hunter…

Governor Gordon hasn’t changed the state’s COVID-19 restrictions moving into the latter half of September – with one notable exception. During the now regularly scheduled mid-month review of the state’s COVID-19 situation, Governor Gordon applauded Wyoming for its perseverance, saying the state has really “held its own.” “Schools are open and sports are being played…

Wyoming officials announce four new COVID-19 deaths A Park County resident has died in an out-of-state long-term care facility in connection with the novel coronavirus, health officials say. Tuesday, the Wyoming Department of Health released details on four new deaths associated with the pandemic. Among the deceased was one from Park County – an older…

The BLM gives Moneta Divide Project a thumbs up. After a project review, the Bureau of Land Management has approved the plan for the further development of oil and gas wells in the Moneta Divide oil fields, managed by the Lander and Casper field offices. Aethon Energy Management and Burlington Resources Oil and Gas Company…

A Yellowstone thermal feature has gone dormant. In a Facebook post, Park staff confirmed that the Canary Spring is no longer sending thermal water cascading down its flanks. The Canary Spring is one of several, smaller springs incorporated into Mammoth Hot Springs, named for its bright yellow color due to the high amount of sulfur-dependent…

A prank call hasn’t left anyone laughing at the Park County Sheriff’s Office. This Wednesday, August 5th, a caller – who claimed to be visiting from Detroit and was staying at the Wapiti Campground on the North Fork – called into the Park County Sheriff’s Office just before midnight, claiming he witnessed a plane crash.…

Another bear has a new relocated home outside the East Entrance. This Tuesday, another grizzly – this time, a sub-adult male – was captured and relocated from private lands near the Buffalo Fork River drainage northeast of Jackson to the Five Mile Creek drainage, five miles from the East Entrance. This is the third grizzly…

The Hathaway Scholarship Program is eyeing some changes. One of the vaunted educational offerings in our state, the Hathaway Need-Based Scholarship is designed to provide an incentive for Wyoming students to prepare for and pursue post-secondary education within our state. The program consists of four separate merit scholarships, each with specific eligibility requirements, and a…

The Wyoming Super Tag Raffle winners have been announced. The 2020 Super Tag Raffle sold 102,495 tickets, raising $1.3 million dollars for wildlife conservation – that’s a 15% increase from 2019. Since the raffle was first created by Governor Matt Mead and the Wyoming Legislature in 2013, it has generated over $6 million dollars which…

COVID-19 has inspired a statewide naturalist opportunity. Today marks the beginning of the Wyoming BioBlitz – the annual nature experience for families, students, and nature lovers across Wyoming to engage with their own backyards and learn more about Wyoming’s flora and fauna. Usually an in-person event held in a specific location, this year’s BioBlitz is…


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