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Signage For Squatters

June 27, 2016
Bathroom-Signage

Bathroom Signage Available to Print Businesses and organizations with restrooms available for visitors may wish to post signage regarding the standard use of toilets.  Denise Germann the Public Affairs Officer with Grand Teton National Park provided …

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A Fungus Among Us

June 26, 2016
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The recent discovery of orange discoloration on young lodgepole pine trees on the Bridger-Teton National Forest near Alpine, WY has been attributed to a tree fungus known as “Lophodermella Needlecast”.   Starting in late May, …

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Mini-Golf Returns to the King!

June 25, 2016
mini golf

Today is a big day at Snow King! Our brand new Mini-Golf course opens at 10am!   Single ticket prices are $12 for everyone over seven years old, and $6 for kids six & under.   …

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Fremont Lake Campground Opens After Two Years

fremont camper

Reservations are being taken for the Forest’s largest campground The Bridger-Teton National Forest has reopened the Fremont Campground on the Pinedale Ranger District. The campground has been closed for construction since 2013. The Fremont Lake …

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Wild Horses Available at Frontier Days

June 24, 2016
wild-horse

The BLM Wyoming will partner with BraveHearts and the Mantle Ranch Wild Horse Adoption and Training Facility to bring you “Operation Mustang” during Cheyenne Frontier Days being held July 22-31 in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Operation Mustang …

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Governor Mead Hails Fracking Decision

June 23, 2016
Mead

Governor Matt Mead is pleased with U.S. District Court Judge Scott Skavdahl’s decision in favor of Wyoming over the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) hydraulic fracturing rule. Wyoming’s challenge to this rule was joined by …

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