YNP Tops 3 Million Visitors

(Jackson) – Visitation to Yellowstone National Park in 2014 passed the three million mark for the eighth straight year. Overall visitation to Yellowstone for 2014 was 3,5...
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Needs of Dubois

(Dubois) – A Dubois Fire Application for Assistance is now available to those specifically affected by the fire in downtown Dubois late last month. The Needs of Dubois gr...
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Tribes Oppose Grizzly Delisting

(Casper) – The Montana and Wyoming Tribal Leaders Council announced its opposition to taking grizzly bears off the federal Endangered Species List last week. The group, w...
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Redman Sentenced

(Cheyenne) – U.S. Attorney Christopher Crofts announced last week that 22-year-old Tom Elk Redman, a Northern Arapaho Tribal member from Ethete, was sentenced to 15 months i...
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Edward Joseph Willow

Edward Joseph Willow, of Ethete, died in his home on January 7, 2015. Visitation has been arranged to begin 5:00 pm on Sunday, January 11, 2015 in the Blue Sky Hall. Rosary wi...
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Violet M. Leeper

Violet M. Leeper, 75, of Riverton, died on Tuesday, January 06, 2015, at the Wyoming Medical Center after a lengthy illness. A memorial service will be held on Tuesday, Januar...
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Water Supply Synopsis

(Riverton) – The National Weather Service says Wyoming December precipitation was nearly 140 percent of average and current water year precipitation is averaging near 100 pe...
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Sugar Agreement

(Billings) – Montana and Wyoming sugar beet farmers should benefit from a newly resolved trade dispute between the United States and Mexico. The Billings Gazette says pri...
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LPD: IRS Scams

(Lander) – The Lander Police Department reports it has received several calls again this week regarding fraud attempts by people calling area residents claiming to represent...
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