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The Wind River in central Wyoming is flooding mostly agricultural land in Fremont County... [Read More]
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Wyoming is home to the Pryor Mountain Wild Mustang Center, this year's USA TODAY 10Best Readers' Choice winner for Best Attraction in Wyoming.        ... [Read More]
The Wyoming Geological Survey says more than 580 oil and gas wells were completed in Wyoming in 2017... [Read More]
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The mind-stopping, heart-throbbing song "When My Boy Walks Down the Street." by Eli Sanders First, understand that the year was 1999. It would be five years before gay marriage was... [Read More]
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An investigation underway after a crash involving a motorcyclist at a busy intersection. It happened at the intersection of 28th Street and Burlingame Avenue around 5 a.m. Wednesday morning. Police say the motorcyclist suffered serious injuries and was taken to a nearby hospital. His name has not been released. No word if another car was involved and police say they are hoping to speak with witnesses. The intersection was closed for at least two hours but has... [Read More]
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Buy Now A baby black bear climbs out on a limb of a tree above its mother and two litter mates near Tower Junction in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming on... [Read More]
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The Starkville Rotary Club learned a thing or two about alligators Monday, when Sam D. Hamilton Noxubee Wildlife Refuge Director Steve Reagan spoke. Reagan discussed the refuge's alligator population, as well as his doctoral research on alligators in Louisiana. Prior to his work with alligators, Reagan was involved in bear research in Wyoming. "It's a pretty stable population," Reagan said of the refuge alligators. "It was started in the 1960s, and it's grown to be about 200 animals, maybe a high of 250 animals. The alligators are some of the biggest alligators I've ever seen, mostly because they haven't... [Read More]
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Teton County commissioners unanimously approved a new wildlife crossings master plan that prioritizes sites where crossing structures could improve motorist and wildlife safety. [Read More]
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