This Just In
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Yellowstone National Park has announced that it is following in its southern neighbor’s footsteps and converting some campgrounds to reservation-only for the coming summer.

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The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has again turned down local biologists’ proposal to add birds to a tiny, isolated sage grouse population that dwells up the Gros Ventre River basin in order to avert its total collapse.

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A Centennial Mountains gold exploration proposal that had been halted due to uncertainty about impacts to an imperiled native trout population is reemerging before the Caribou-Targhee National Forest.

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The daily morning feeding of 7,000 or so wapiti on the National Elk Refuge began for the winter on Wednesday, after animals started to get antsy as the grasses they graze on waned.

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A Lincoln County court clerk has been appointed to fill a Wyoming Game and Fish Commission seat that was left vacant early this week after Gov. Mark Gordon removed Mike Schmid.

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Calls for a proactive “warning system” that would inform residents when nitrate levels in drinking water are charting toward dangerous territory had some traction with the Teton District Board of Health.

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A branch of the U.S. Department of Agriculture tasked with killing coyotes, foxes, jackrabbits and other “nuisance wildlife” in the Equality State has completed a yearslong planning process and will continue its business-as-usual lethal methods.

The Hole Scroll
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The anemometer mounted at Jackson Hole Airport on Wednesday surprisingly picked up stiffer wind speeds than even those from a 2017 storm that brought down powerlines and decommissioned Jackson Hole Mountain Resort for days.