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Cookie Con Caution Called

February 1, 2012 Uncategorized Comments Off
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The Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming are warning residents in the two states of a cookie con that is under way in advance of the scheduled cookie sale later this month.  According to Council Spokesperson Anna Paige, there have been reports in parts of Wyoming of … Continue Reading

Parks Bring Big Dollars to Gateways

January 30, 2012 Uncategorized Comments Off
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The National Park Service has released a report after an analysis of 2010 visitation to the nation’s parks, and analysts say that park visitors spent $12.13-billion in the local gateway regions.  The report says this includes approximately 60-miles circumference around the parks. Half of that spending, says the report, … Continue Reading

Still Not Enough Snow

January 26, 2012 Uncategorized Comments Off
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Last week’s storm dumped copious amounts of snow on northwestern Wyoming, but the Natural Resources Conservation Service says it still wasn’t enough to bring the snowpack in the river drainages here up to 100%.  This week’s report indicates … Continue Reading

Impacts Expected From Solar Flares

January 24, 2012 Uncategorized Comments Off
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Broadcasting and electricity could get a little “jiggy” today and tomorrow after a strong solar flare erupted Sunday evening and continues to affect the earth.  According to the National Weather Service Space Weather Prediction Center, the impacts of the solar storm are likely to be minimal, but could pose an impact to power grids, where voltage corrections may be required and false alarms triggered on some protective devices.  Satellite radio signals could also be briefly interrupted.  The weather service also says high-latitude sky watchers could be treated to some displays of the aurora borealis.

Free Admissions To National Parks

January 11, 2012 Uncategorized Comments Off
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This weekend is a holiday weekend, with Martin Luther King Jr. Day following Monday.  As such, admission to the national parks is free – if you can get there.  Yellowstone can be accessed by car through the northern entrances, but … Continue Reading

Report Says Wolves Good For Yellowstone

December 27, 2011 Uncategorized Comments Off
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Scientists at Oregon State University have published a report claiming that wolves reintroduced into the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem are benefitting the park.  Their announcement comes in response to … Continue Reading

NORAD Tracks Santa Claus

December 24, 2011 Uncategorized Comments Off
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Follow the flight of S. Claus on this special site put up by the North American Defense Command throughout the day!

Wolves Delisted In Midwest

December 22, 2011 Uncategorized Comments Off
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Even as Wyoming waits for a decision from the state legislature and a related decision from the US Fish and Wildlife Service regarding de-listing of the wolf in the Rocky Mountain region, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar yesterday announced that the gray wolf would be removed from the endangered species list in the Great Lakes Region.  That region includes … Continue Reading

AAA Says Travel Is Up

December 22, 2011 Uncategorized Comments Off
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Triple-A Auto Club predicts more drivers will hit the highways this holiday season. They say nearly 92 million Americans will travel 50 miles or more from home during the 11-day period from December 23rd to January 2nd. That’s an increase of 1.4%, and the second highest number … Continue Reading

Grizzly ESA Listing Could Be Brief

December 5, 2011 Uncategorized Comments Off
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The recent court decision to re-list the Greater Yellowstone grizzly bear population as an endangered species carries with it the assessments that must be satisfied to once again achieve delisting of the animal.  As such, Interagency Grizzly Bear Committee Spokesman Gregg Losinski says it is possible the bear could be off the list again as early as … Continue Reading

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  • Wyoming Missionary Found Dead in Nicaragua - April 15, 2014
    Three days after going missing in Nicaragua, 37-year-old Karen Colcough was found dead. The Wilson resident was in Nicaragua on a mission trip with other people from the Presbyterian Church of Jackson Hole. Colclough had left to go for a run on the beach and did not return. Her body was found by searchers and […]
  • Schedule Set for Big Boy 4014′s Trip to Cheyenne [AUDIO] - April 15, 2014
    The Union Pacific Railroad has released a tentative schedule for the Big Boy 4014′s  Headin’ Home Tour. The massive steam locomotive will leave its current location in Bloomington, California on April 28 and arrive in Cheyenne, Wyoming on May 8. Ed Dickens, Jr., the Senior Manager for UP’s Heritage Operations, says the 4014 will travel […]
  • WyoLotto Chooses Advertising Vendor - April 15, 2014
    A Cheyenne-based agency has been selected as the marketing and advertising vendor for the Wyoming Lottery Corporation. Warehouse Twenty One beat out two other proposals and will provide advertising, marketing, public relations, event and sponsorship planning and media buying services. “Warehouse Twenty One is a really good fit for the lottery,” said WyoLotto COO Louise […]
  • Total Lunar Eclipse to Occur Late Monday Night - April 14, 2014
    A total lunar eclipse will be visible over the entire area late this evening, April 14th into the early morning of April 15th. A lunar eclipse occurs when the Moon passes through at least a part of the shadow of the Earth, darkening the Moon’s surface as seen from Earth. According to the National Weather Service the entire eclipse will […]