Fire Season Underway

July 22, 2019

Crews completed a hand line around the Slide Fire which held through the day Sunday. The fire was discovered Friday in the Bridger-Teton National Forest on the Big Piney Ranger District. There are currently 18 …

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Capitol Open For Tours

July 21, 2019

After being closed for a four-year restoration and rehabilitation project, the Wyoming Capitol is now open for self-guided tours 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday – Friday. To accommodate those attending Cheyenne Frontier Days, the Capitol …

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Fees Change At Dump

July 19, 2019

Changes at the Teton County Trash Transfer Station to disposal costs for trash, yard waste, manure, construction and demolition waste, dimensional lumber, household hazardous waste, and grease trap waste began Wednesday. Meanwhile, Teton County Integrated …

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Surplus Drilling Pipe Helps Wildlife

The Wyoming Game and Fish is working with several energy companies to repurpose surplus pipe for the benefit of wildlife. The department, in partnership with western Wyoming energy companies, is installing several miles of wildlife-friendly …

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Some Boaters Skip Boat Inspections

July 18, 2019

Wyoming Game and Fish Department game wardens and Aquatic Invasive Species technicians spent a very busy Fourth- of-July Holiday and beyond working to prevent invasive species, like zebra and quagga mussels from entering the state, …

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Yellowstone Electrifies Cars

July 17, 2019

The Yellowstone-Teton Clean Energy Coalition has sponsored a program to provide plug-ins for hybrid electric vehicles and electric charging stations in Yellowstone National Park. The grant aims to establish the park as a regional hub …

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