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A federal judge has ordered the Bridger-Teton National Forest to re-examine its decision allowing the Wyoming Game and Fish Department to feed elk on 91 acres of national forest perched above the Gros Ventre River.

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The Wyoming Game and Fish Department on Monday released new details about the fatal mauling of hunting guide Mark Uptain last weekend, including that bear spray was deployed.

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UPDATE, 4:15 p.m. Saturday — A Jackson Hole businessman, hunting guide and father of five was found dead Saturday afternoon near where he was attacked while retrieving a client’s elk carcass Friday afternoon.

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Taken together, a bundle of modifications being considered on Snow King Mountain are the most monumental changes in the ski area’s nearly 80-year history, its management says.

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BLM to auction 780,000 acres

The Bureau of Land Management in Wyoming has released its initial environmental analysis for its fourth-quarter oil and gas lease sale, totaling 581 proposed lease parcels on 780,000-plus acres of federal land.

Two parcels initially marked for sale in the Red Desert-to-Hoback mule deer migration corridor are no longer being considered for lease.

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An organization whose charge will be to support the Bridger-Teton National Forest has made its first hire and is in the earliest phases of assembling.

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If you’re trying to eke out the last bit of summer’s marrow, planning is key. Here are the last open dates for Grand Teton National Park facilities and services.

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Volunteers scramble up and down the steep moraines of the Schoolroom Glacier, a small mass of moving ice hidden behind the central peaks of the Teton Range.

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The Teton County Health Department and the Teton Conservation District want the public to gather for a discussion about drinking water quality in Hoback Junction.

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Grand Teton National Park Superintendent David Vela has been nominated to serve as the next director of the National Park Service.

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A private club that meanders along the Snake River south of Jackson is being required to secure after-the-fact permits for building an unauthorized levee, berm, ponds and a bridge.

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As conservationists await a court date that could stall a proposed Sept. 1 Wyoming grizzly bear hunt, potential shooters last week took a mandatory two-hour grizzly bear ecology class that included instructions on how to make a clean kill.

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Celebrate wildlife crossings

The Jackson Hole Conservation Alliance’s summer block party is happening today and will celebrate wildlife crossings.

The free event is scheduled for 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the Center for the Arts.

See JHAlliance.org/event/blockparty for details.

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A Jonah Energy gas field, potentially worth $18 billion, has cleared its final Bureau of Land Management regulatory hurdle with no required protections for pronghorn that summer in Jackson Hole.

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A refuse-gobbling black bear that’s evaded traps in the Spring Gulch area has some residents riled up over their neighbors’ illegal use of non-bear-resistant trash cans.

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Hoback Nation and Redtop Meadows residents were treated to minor rumbling Wednesday morning, the result of an earthquake that was the largest and latest in a series of quakes that have shaken the Snake River Range.

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A construction crew from Powell has started work rebuilding a quarter-mile stretch of Greys River Road that was obliterated by a midwinter landslide.

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Authorities are releasing few details about four wolf pups discovered dead late last week on public land south of Jackson.

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Funds have been secured to install two new weather stations in the Tetons before winter.