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Barrasso Seeks “Good Neighbor” Legislation

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Agencies in the Greater Yellowstone area refer to it as a “blurring the boundaries.”  Now, Wyoming’s U.S. Senator John Barrasso has reintroduced bipartisan legislation that would allow the U.S. Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management to work with state foresters to … Continue Reading

Park Visits Steady

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Recreational visits up, non-recreational visits down slightly made for an almost identical visitation figure for Grand Teton National Park when comparing January of this year with January of 2012.  Specifically, 440 fewer people passed through the park entrance stations during … Continue Reading

Grand Teton Offers Youth Employment

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Grand Teton National Park is currently recruiting participants for the 2013 Youth Conservation Program. Funding for this youth employment opportunity comes from the Grand Teton National Park Foundation through … Continue Reading

Travel Conference Continues In Cheyenne

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The 2013 Wyoming Governor’s Hospitality and Tourism Conference continues in Cheyenne today.  Wyoming Travel Commission Director Diane Shober says the conference provides an opportunity to network, educate and interact with state legislators.  In Shober’s words, … Continue Reading

Park Urges Backcountry Skiers To Be Prepared

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As winter activities in the area increase and especially with increasing avalanche risks now, it is particularly important that those venturing out on back country adventures take personal responsibility for their safety.  That begins with knowing current conditions and avalanche danger in the areas they are going, but … Continue Reading

Seasonal Park Ranger Dies In Avalanche

January 28, 2013 Grand Teton National Park, Jackson Hole, State of Wyoming Comments Off
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Grand Teton National Park rangers recovered the body of a backcountry skier who died in an avalanche on Sunday afternoon.30-year-old Nick Gillespie of Jackson, Wyoming, was caught in an avalanche on the southeast face of 9,277 foot Survey Peak in the northern Teton Range about 5:00 pm and died as a result of … Continue Reading

AMK Upgrades Eyed

January 23, 2013 Grand Teton National Park, Jackson Hole, State of Wyoming Comments Off
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The University of Wyoming and the National Park Service are in the process of preparing an environmental assessment to analyze environmental effects of a range of alternatives for proposed improvements to the UW/NPS Research Center Campus at the AMK Ranch on the eastern shore of … Continue Reading

Grouse Discussions Tomorrow In Jackson

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The Upper Snake River Basin Local Sage Grouse Working Group will hold its next meeting from 1:00 to 4:30 pm tomorrow at the Wyoming Game and Fish Jackson Region office. The primary focus of the meeting will be … Continue Reading

Free Park Admission Offered

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If you are one of those lucky people to have Monday off as the Martin Luther King, Jr. birthday holiday, you may want to consider a trip into your national parks for your day off.  Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks are among the National Park Service sites across the nation in … Continue Reading

Popular Deer Dies of Natural Causes

January 15, 2013 Grand Teton National Park, State of Wyoming Comments Off
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Grand Teton National Park rangers, with assistance from the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, conducted an investigation into the recent death of a popular buck mule deer. The mule deer died as a result of physical injuries sometime last Tuesday along the Gros Ventre River near … Continue Reading

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  • Warmer on Friday, But Showers & Thunderstorms Are Expected For Parts of Wyoming - April 18, 2014
    Temperatures will be warm today, with highs mostly rising to the 60′s and 70′s statewide (slightly cooler across the western valleys and higher terrain).  Expect rain showers and thunderstorms to move into the western third of the state, while the rest of Wyoming see sunshine into this afternoon.  Scattered rain showers and pop-up thunderstorms will […]
  • A lunar eclipse, and me without my camera - April 18, 2014
    Monday night, or more accurately early Tuesday morning, there was a total lunar eclipse. And being the experienced nature photographer I am, you’d think I was ready with my camera. But you’d be wrong. The last total lunar eclipse visible in Wyoming was way back in 2009, if I’m not mistaken. So I’ve been looking […]
  • Enzi Opens Campaign HQ in Cheyenne - April 17, 2014
    U.S. Senator Mike Enzi opened his official campaign headquarters in Cheyenne on Wednesday. Wyoming’s senior senator is seeking his fourth term in the Senate. There were rumors last year that Enzi would retire at the end of his current term and he admits it is something he thought about. “Anytime anybody’s getting ready to go […]
  • Back to normal at the trap range - April 17, 2014
    By some strange luck, I shot really well last week in our trap league. But last night, I didn’t do so well. Not even close. The thing about shooting trap is that you’re bound to have good rounds once in a while. Those good nights give you hope that you’re improving. For some people, that […]