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Linx Expands Service

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For the third consecutive summer, the Linx Regional Transportation Cooperative is providing affordable public transportation inside Yellowstone National Park and to and from its gateway communities. The Linx Bus in Yellowstone pilot demonstration has been expanded beyond the Park’s South Loop to include … Continue Reading

State’s Grizzly Bear Expert Retires

June 26, 2013 Greater Yellowstone, State of Wyoming Comments Off
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The man who has been responsible for seeing to the state’s grizzly bear recovery efforts has retired.  Mark Bruscino, supervisor of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s large carnivore management section, recently retired after … Continue Reading

Unattended Campfires A Persistent Threat

Smokey-Campfire

Unattended campfires continue to plague fire managers on the Bridger Teton National Forest as conditions continue to dry out and the fire danger continues to rise.  Over the weekend, Teton Interagency Fire personnel had to douse … Continue Reading

Weather Service Warns Of Lightning Dangers

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This week, Wyoming marks Lightning Awareness Week; calling attention to what is probably the most deadly weather occurrence in the state, and certainly in this part of the state.  National Weather Service Severe Weather Warning Coordination Meteorologist Chris Jones says … Continue Reading

Enzi Joins Calls For NPS Coins

Enzi

U.S. Senators Mike Enzi of Wyoming and Mark R. Warner of Virginia have introduced bipartisan legislation to authorize the minting of coins to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the establishment of the National Park Service. The bill would … Continue Reading

IGBC Winds Up Three-Day Meeting

June 24, 2013 Greater Yellowstone, State of Wyoming Comments Off

The Interagency Grizzly Bear Committee involving state and wildlife leaders from throughout the country and the lower provinces of Canada wrapped up their meeting near Dubois, Wyoming last week after reviewing the success rates in some areas of the country, and the continuing challenges in others.  IGBC Spokesman Gregg Losinski says … Continue Reading

Cody Man Attacked By Bear

June 24, 2013 Greater Yellowstone, State of Wyoming Comments Off
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A Wyoming man is recovering after an attack Thursday morning by what is believed to have been a grizzly sow south of Cody, Wyoming. Wyoming Game and Fish Department regional wildlife supervisor Alan Osterland says the man … Continue Reading

Bison Not Victims of Catarrhal Fever

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None of the three bison found in the Yellowstone River downstream from Gardiner, Montana last month died from malignant catarrhal fever. Lab results regarding the second and third bison tested echo the results of the first bison tested. In all three cases, … Continue Reading

YNP Closes A Popular Viewing Platform

June 21, 2013 Greater Yellowstone, State of Wyoming Comments Off
Inspiration Steps

Concerns over visitor safety have prompted officials at Yellowstone National Park to temporarily close a popular viewpoint at the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone.  Spokesman Al Nash says the last two tiers of concrete stairs leading to the viewing platform at Inspiration Point have been … Continue Reading

Paradise Valley Search Not Successful yet

Park County MT Sheriff

Three dog teams, several ground teams, and one helicopter spotting crew continued to expand the search area surrounding George Lake for a missing Livingston, Montana man yesterday, focusing on several pockets of dense timber, boulder fields and cliff areas to the south, and … Continue Reading

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  • Don’t lose your vision in the woods - October 21, 2014
    I don’t have good eyes. Had I been born a hundred years ago, there would have been no help for me. Glasses can’t help me, so I’d have blind. I have to wear a special kind of contact lens, which wasn’t available in the days of Davey Crockett and Daniel Boone. But through the miracle […]
  • Hunters must be conservationists first - October 20, 2014
    As hunters, it’s our responsibility to take care of the critters we hunt, as well as those we don’t. We have to obey the game laws. Police ourselves to be sure others respect the wildlife. And even offer suggestions to the Game and Fish Commission when we think there are better ways to ensure that […]
  • Quiet & Mainly Settled Weather Expected - October 17, 2014
    High pressure will build over the area today, which will keep skies sunny to mostly sunny and conditions mainly dry.  Winds will also stay light to breezy and no significant gusting is expected.  Temperatures become a touch cooler statewide, but will be closer to average.  Daytime highs will be in the 50′s across the mountain […]
  • Wish list season is upon us again - October 17, 2014
    Late October is a bad time of year for me. If I were independently wealthy, it wouldn’t be so bad. But I’m not. I’m a journalist, so it’s a little painful. It’s rough because this is when the Christmas catalogs start hitting the mailbox, and they’re chock-full of gear I wish I had. From the […]

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