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Five Jackson Hole Fire/EMS paramedics and emergency medical technicians were stranded in Idaho on Monday and Tuesday during emergency trips to Idaho Falls. The high-and-dry first responders were just one casualty of a winter storm cycle that has inundated the Tetons and Jackson Hole the past…

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Photo safari trip leader Brent Paull’s game plan for last Thursday happily went out the window.

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Eagle survey is Saturday

The Bureau of Land Management’s Pinedale office is seeking volunteers its annual midwinter eagle survey on Saturday.

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A bumper-to-bumper line of cars snaked up Ski Hill Road as eager skiers vied for parking spots Sunday morning before lifts started spinning at Grand Targhee Resort. Likewise, skiers and snowboarders packed mazes for a chance at untracked powder at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.

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A napping, lounging mountain lion immediately across the street from the Maverik gas station enraptured an audience of humans for a second straight day Thursday.

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Jason Wilmot was one of a lucky few posted up at the Maverik station Wednesday afternoon who wasn’t having his first brush with a mountain lion.

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A trap line that caused an uproar due to its location near the well-trodden Cache Creek trailhead has been removed by a Wyoming Game and Fish Department warden, who cited the man who set the traps.

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Bear conservation conference coming

A conference is being planned in the Northern Rockies that will explore bear conservation issues in a changing world.

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A large swath of the high Tetons will be off limits next week to buffer the public from contracted aerial gunners who will have their sights set on mountain goats that have invaded the range and put a native species at risk.

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With some last-minute changes being made to satisfy the state of Wyoming, the National Elk Refuge is moving forward with a 5-year plan to start whittling down its historic elk-feeding program.

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Tighter Madison rules

Montana wildlife managers are embarking on a planning process to deal with crowding and conflict problems at a blue-ribbon trout fishery: the Madison River.

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A policy that seeks to safeguard where big-game animals migrate across the Wyoming landscape has been released in draft form by Gov. Mark Gordon.

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For photographers and wildlife lovers in Star Valley and beyond, the sight of mountain goats coming down off the slopes of Ferry Peak is a seasonal delight.

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Aspen regeneration plan

The Caribou-Targhee National Forest is planning an big forest burning and thinning project that’s intended to regenerate Ashton-area aspen stands that are aging out and disappearing.

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A gold exploration project in the headwaters of the Snake River’s Henrys Fork is temporarily on hold because of a judge’s determination that federal land managers failed to assess impacts on Yellowstone cutthroat trout.

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The Caribou-Targhee National Forest has sent word of plans for an expansive forest burning and thinning project that’s intended to regenerate aspen stands that are aging out and disappearing in the Ashton, Idaho, area.

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The Bridger-Teton National Forest has reauthorized use of the Alkali feedground under certain conditions, but wildlife managers say they have no intention of continuing to lay out hay at the historic elk feeding area.

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A hit-and-run collision that took the lives of two habituated Junction Butte Pack wolf pups is being investigated by Yellowstone National Park.

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Mappers want you

The Jackson Hole Wildlife Foundation is holding a certification course for people interested in being trained as citizen-scientist “Nature Mappers” at Teton County Library.

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Nature Mapping training is set

The Jackson Hole Wildlife Foundation is holding a certification course for people interested in being trained as citizen scientist “Nature Mappers” on Dec. 19 at Teton County Library.

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Outgoing Sen. Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., is among federal legislators who are pushing a bill that aspires to create a fallback to operate when the U.S. Congress is unable to agree to fund the federal government.

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First responders came to the aid of a hunter Friday after he shot himself in the leg and needed a ride to St. John’s Medical Center for surgery.

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An oil and gas lease auction set to start Tuesday has environmental groups worried about potential impacts to Yellowstone ecosystem elk that migrate through and winter on blocks of land up for sale.

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The days of rough riding are numbered on a potholed, tire-busting stretch of the Gros Ventre Road leading up to Lower Slide Lake.

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When Yellowstone wrapped up its telecommunications plan a decade ago, the park specifically designated historic buildings like the Old Faithful Lodge and Lake Hotel cabins as places that wouldn’t be modernized with Wi-Fi technology.