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Success in AIS Participation

June 12, 2016

The Memorial Day holiday weekend is all but a memory, but with plenty summer left to enjoy Wyoming’s boating opportunities, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department is reminding watercraft users to be aware of the …

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Mead Creates Council For Suffrage Anniversary

Governor Matt Mead signed an Executive Order for the Wyoming Women’s Suffrage Celebration in Cheyenne yesterday. The Executive Order establishes a Governor’s Council to organize the Wyoming Women’s Suffrage Celebration. The Celebration will take place between …

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Senior Summers Active Outdoors

June 17, 2019

Traversing mountainous landscapes to secret fishing holes and hunting locales isn’t just for the young. Older and aging adults can still hunt and fish alongside other outdoor enthusiasts, and many still are — the U.S. …

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BTNF Starts Salt Creek Restoration

The Kemmerer Ranger District, Bridger-Teton National Forest, has made the decision to move forward with the Salt Creek Restoration Project to improve fish habitat and water quality along a section of Salt Creek in the …

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Cops Look For Robbers

Law enforcement officials are looking for two men seen taking items from the ACE Hardware Store in Jackson a week ago. After reportedly shoplifting, Intermountain Roofing reports the pair returned late that evening about 10:30 …

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Tribe Sues Over Opioid Abuse

The Eastern Shoshone Tribe on the Wind River Reservation has announced it is joining the numerous cities and counties nationally who are pursuing a lawsuit against opioid abuse. The tribe’s suit states that Indian Country …

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Motorist Stranded On Beartooth Pass

June 11, 2019

Wyoming Highway Patrol rescued a stranded motorist on US 212 around Beartooth Pass Saturday.  A friend of the stranded motorist had attempted to reach him, but had to turn back in his four-wheel-drive truck because …

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