A red helicopter was recorded flying over Grand Teton National Park on multiple occasions between July and December 2020. Grand Teton Superintendent Chip Jenkins wrote to the Federal Aviation Administration regarding numerous complaints received and confirmed about Wind River Air owner Tony Chambers' red Robinson R-44 helicopter overflying park lands. Chambers signed an agreement to not overfly the park or within a half mile of the boundary, and to use the “most direct route possible to exit and enter the park when taking off and landing.”
Ryan Dorgan joined the staff as a photographer in 2016. He previously covered the state of Wyoming for the Casper Star-Tribune and worked at newspapers in Vermont and his home state of Indiana. He and his wife live in Kelly with their dog, Dottie.
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