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Yellowstone visits ahead of record pace

Yellowstone National Park is on track for another milestone year.
Visitation to the park is up 10 percent compared to last year's record-setting level, the ...

Non-profit would buy GTNP parcel

JACKSON(AP) -- A philanthropic partner of Grand Teton National Park is trying to raise money to purchase a square-mile, Wyoming-owned tract of land within the ...

Noise reductions sought at airport

JACKSON (AP) -- Commercial jets landing at Jackson Hole Airport may be changing course to reduce noise over the Snake River.
Up to a dozen commercial jets land ...

Cub of 'celebrity' grizzly killed by car in Yellowstone

The exact circumstances are unknown because the driver did not report the incident.

CHEYENNE (AP) -- A car has killed the only cub believed born this ...

National parks expect to see record year

CHEYENNE (TNS) - First, a woman was caught on video trying to pet the national mammal.
Then, a pair of French Canadian tourists put a calf of said animal in ...

Hearings begin on griz plan

CHEYENNE (AP) -- The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission is holding its first public hearing on how the state will manage grizzly bears when they come off of the ...

Lawsuits seek to stop some hunting inside park borders

CHEYENNE (AP) -- Environmental groups filed a pair of federal lawsuits on Wednesday to stop hunting that is now allowed on hundreds of acres within Grand Teton ...

When Yellowstone shook in '59, I was there

The story I was telling son Jim had to be suspended. We needed to navigate through a bear jam in Yellowstone National Park.
Tourists coming from both ...

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Judge: Police shooting not negligent
CHEYENNE (AP) -- A U.S. district court judge has ruled that Cheyenne police did not act negligently when a man was ...

Shoshoni's eighth-graders back from a week at Teton Science Camp

Twenty-six middle school students traveled from Shoshoni to Jackson Hole last month for a week of outdoor learning and exploration.
During the week, which ...

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Restaurant to pay $11.4 million
CHEYENNE (AP) -- A judge has ordered a Cheyenne restaurant to pay a Nebraska couple nearly $11.4 million after the ...

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Park County: Delist bears soon
CODY (AP) -- The Park County Commission in northern Wyoming has passed a resolution urging the federal government to ...

Fishing, boating, beaches and camping at Boysen State Park brought in 115,000 visitors last year - enough to be ranked the seventh-busiest state park in ...

'Elk reduction' hunt set in Teton Park

JACKSON (AP) -- All the 650 permits available for the elk hunt at Grand Teton National Park have been issued ahead of this year's annual event.
The elk hunt, ...

Bill would expand paddling in parks

BILLINGS, Mont. -- The U.S. House Natural Resources Committee voted Thursday to lift long-standing restrictions and allow kayaks, rafts and other ...

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Bear euthanized after break-in
JACKSON -- Wildlife officials have euthanized a black bear that broke into a home with her cub near Hoback Junction south ...

Grizzly trapping to begin Tuesday

JACKSON -- Officials at Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks are continuing to keep track of grizzly bear populations in the parks with routine trapping ...

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Man rescued after Teton fall
JACKSON -- A 200-foot fall knocked out a Moran man who was descending the Middle Teton, triggering a search and rescue ...

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Two killed in Tuesday head-on
THAYNE -- A woman and an infant died when their vehicle drifted into oncoming traffic and collided head-on with a pickup ...

Climbers killed in fall; no cause discovered yet

MOOSE -- The National Park Service has no word yet on what caused two women climbers to fall to their deaths at Grand Teton National Park over the weekend.
The ...

 
 

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