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Park Numbers Strong

February 21, 2019

Visitor statistics show Wyoming’s two iconic national parks have started of the year with strong visitation. Yellowstone National Park reports a 5.2% increase in overall visitation for January, and a 16% increase for recreational visits …

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Saturday Is ‘Moose Day’

It is that time of year again when local volunteers join forces with wildlife biologists from the national forest, national park and game and fish department to count the moose living in and around Jackson …

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Elks To Mark Davey Jackson Grave

Jackson Wyoming Namesake Davey Jackson was “buried by sympathetic Masons” anonymously in 1837 in an unmarked Tennessee grave. Members of the local chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, the Jackson Hole Masons and …

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Tomato Farmer Sentenced For Pot

Chief Federal District Court Judge Scott W. Skavdahl has sentenced Big Piney Resident Stewart Doty for manufacture, distribution, and possession with intent to manufacture and distribute marijuana, money laundering conspiracy, and laundering of monetary instruments. …

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Wyoming Creates Public Lands Day

House Bill 99, Wyoming Public Lands Day, has reached the Senate. This bill creates a day of special recognition- the 4th Saturday in September, to be aligned with National Public Lands Day which pays tribute to …

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