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Bighorn Basin residents are encouraged to attend public meetings to discuss the progress and possibilities of the Bighorn River Blueway Trail. The Bighorn River Blueway Trail is a proposed 95-mile river trail that would start at the Wedding of the Waters south of Thermopolis and end at Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area in Lovell. It…

Teenagers are encouraged to apply for a lifetime bird and small game hunting license thru an award exclusive to the Bighorn Basin in honor of a Greybull biologist. Wyoming Game and Fish has opened the application period for the Tom Easterly Memorial Award. Bighorn Basin “youth” between the ages of 14 and 17 are encouraged…

New districts and more people are changing representation in Cody and the Bighorn Basin as the lines of Wyoming House Districts 24, 28, and 50 are redrawn. As part of the 2022 Budget Session, the 66th Wyoming Legislature continues to grapple with the redistricting of the Wyoming House of Representatives. Any plan will redraw the…

A Basin woman is holding onto her life in Billings after suffering severe injuries in a head-on collision that took the life of one of her unborn twins. A GoFundMe has been established to aid a Basin couple: Jeremiah “J.R.” Durbin and his fiancée Veronica. The couple is “physically and emotionally” healing from a tragic…

The human remains discovered above Sulphur Creek in Cody have been identified as those of a transient Texas woman who was reported missing on Dec. 16, 2021. The Cody Police Department released more information on the human remains discovered earlier this week. On Monday, Jan. 3, 2022, at approximately 10:08 a.m., officers with the Cody…

Chronic wasting disease has been discovered in the Bighorn Basin once again, with an elk testing positive for the fatal disease near Basin and Greybull. Wyoming Game and Fish confirmed the presence of chronic wasting disease in a new elk hunt area in the Bighorn Basin. While this isn’t a surprising discovery, it shows that…

The newest “trail” in the Bighorn Basin will have visitors float down the Bighorn River, experiencing the wildlife and scenery of several Wyoming communities. Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area is hosting a kickoff event for its latest endeavor: the Bighorn River Blue Way Trail. If implemented, the trail would provide the Bighorn Basin with a…

A second Wyoming coal mine is set to close this year in the Powder River Basin. The Coal Creek mine, owned by Arch Resources Inc., announced the closure on Tuesday over the next two years as the company transitions away from thermal coal to metallurgic coal. Powder River Basin mines produce about 40% of the…

WYDOT is asking for your participation. A number of in-person public meetings have been set up throughout the Bighorn Basin. This is one of the central aspects of the State Transportation Improvement Program, a prioritized construction plan for the 1,326 miles of highway in northwest Wyoming. This 6-year effort of the Wyoming Transportation Commission involves providing citizens…

Wyoming needs your blood. While everyone in the state is encouraged – if not implored – to stay home as much as possible, there’s one need that cannot wait – live-saving blood donations. Vitalant continues to organize a series of community blood drives during the COVID-19 crisis. With hospitals already at capacity or anticipating they…


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