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Wyoming Native To Run State BLM Office

July 23, 2016

Today, Mary Jo Rugwell was sworn in as Wyoming state director of the Bureau of Land Management. Deputy Director of Operations Steve Ellis traveled to Cheyenne from Washington D.C. to conduct the ceremony. Rugwell is …

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Friday Red Flag Warning

July 22, 2016

Burning Not Recommended    Critical fire weather is expected over portions of western and central Wyoming this afternoon and evening.   A red flag warning remains in effect from noon today to 9 pm this …

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Local Candidate Forum Next Tuesday

July 21, 2016

The Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce and Jackson Hole Rotary Lunch Club will host a candidate forum featuring the races for Mayor and Town Council on Tuesday, July 26 from 12:00-1:00pm at the Virginian with …

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Ready Set Go Guidelines For Fire Evacation

July 19, 2016

With Mandatory evacuations yesterday near Bondurant, fire officials are reminding people to be prepared. If you are in or near a potential evacuation area, please become familiar with the Ready-Set-Go! guidelines Ready – Be ready, be …

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Elk Refuge To Celebrate Birds

  The National Elk Refuge will be celebrating the Migratory Bird Treaty centennial next month, offering programs to recognize the 100-year mark since the signing of the foundational treaty that launched international conservation efforts for …

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Governors Focusses On Good Neighbors

October 17, 2018

The Western Governor’s Association wrapped up its fall meeting in Cheyenne Friday night after covering a variety of issues affecting the 19 states and 3 protectorates. Among the issues discussed during the session was the …

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Winter Travel Reminders

October 16, 2018

The season’s first winter storm caused havoc for much of Wyoming over the weekend and should serve as a reminder to all that it is time to prepare their vehicles for another Wyoming winter. Obviously, …

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Jackson Kmart Survives

October 15, 2018

While the news of the massive Sears bankruptcy was not unexpected, it was painful for many around the country. The venerable brand, once considered staple of American life, made the announcement Monday that it would …

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Salmonella Reported In Wyoming

Three cases have been confirmed and one is pending involving illness among Wyoming residents connected with a national Salmonella Newport outbreak. A national recall of 6.9 million pounds of ground beef due to possible contamination …

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Yellowstone’s Dunraven Pass Open

October 9, 2018

Dunraven Pass remains open to all travel. It was scheduled to close today, October 9. Park managers decided to keep the pass open as long as possible to alleviate traffic delays from the upcoming Fishing …

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