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Grand Teton National Park saw its second-busiest September this year, with 570,584 recreation visits.

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The Bridger-Teton National Forest plans to issue the state of Wyoming a temporary permit to use the Dell Creek feedground this winter, continuing an elk feeding operation a federal judge recently invalidated.

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Sightings of Grizzly 399 and her cubs around the Boyle's Hill Road and High School Butte area this weekend serve as a reminder that bears are looking for food and lots of it as they try to fatten up for winter hibernation.

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A cold front is likely to turn into the first substantial snowfall of the season next week across the Northern Rocky Mountains, including in Teton County.

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A woman who got too close to a Yellowstone grizzly family so she could take photos was sentenced to four days in jail and received other penalties as well, including a one-year ban from the national park.

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Several trails around Phelps Lake as well as Death Canyon Road in Grand Teton National Park will be closed from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. today and again next Tuesday through Thursday for safety reasons relating to work on the Phelps Lake outlet bridge.

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Fisheries managers and advocates want anglers and river runners to log and share the locations of fish and aquatic insects that have become stranded in dewatered and disconnected braids of the Snake River.

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It’s a great rarity in modern times for the Upper Snake River watershed to resemble anything close to its natural condition.

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A Wilson man went to the hospital after being knocked down by a moose on the bike path northeast of Wilson Elementary School, according to the Wyoming Game and Fish Department.

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It’s not yet clear if hay will hit the ground at the Dell Creek feedground this coming winter, at least on the same 35 acres of national forestland near Bondurant where it has occurred for at least the past four decades.

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Teton Interagency fire managers yesterday elevated the fire danger rating to high for Grand Teton National Park, the Bridger-Teton National Forest and the National Elk Refuge and urged people to use caution with flames.

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PINEDALE — A Wyoming Game and Fish Department large-carnivore conflict team killed a male black bear Aug. 29 for pushing the limits while trying to get human food.

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A proposal to use prescribed fire on hundreds of thousands of acres of the Caribou-Targhee National Forest has emerged from a withdrawn plan’s ashes, and is now being assessed on the forest’s southern Caribou portion.

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A handful of lakes in the high country just to the east of Jackson Hole have again been documented with potentially dangerous concentrations of blue-green algae.

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Berries are ripening and bears are gorging on the nutritious fruit right now along narrow, winding Moose-Wilson Road, where a close encounter could be dangerous.

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A Cheyenne lawmaker is drawing up new penalties to safeguard in-state waters from record-breaking numbers of watercraft easing down Wyoming boat ramps.

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The 6.5-acre Mosquito Fire, which is visible from Teton Pass, continued burning along the Caribou-Targhee and Bridger-Teton national forest border Wednesday, two days after sparking.

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PINEDALE — If a hunter posts self-congratulatory photos on Facebook with an elk, moose, wolf, badger or deer taken in a questionable hunt, a wildlife investigator might be calling one day.