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Cody Police Chief Chuck Baker told the council during a special meeting that a chapter 56 permit from the Wyoming Game and Fish Department would allow police to remove up to 50 anterless deer per year. Baker said his department would use a .223 … more
“Words can’t describe what has happened out there,” said Dave Sweet, East Yellowstone Chapter of Trout Unlimited member. “What’s coming out of the dam can best be described as slurry,” said Jason Burckhardt, Wyoming Game and Fish … more
The Absaroka Street rebuild is a perfect infrastructure project to be addressed in a package of projects across the county if a proposed 1 cent sales tax is approved by voters Nov. 8, Hillman said. “Absaroka is not going to go away,” the … more
On Tuesday, commissioners threw their support behind a proposed insertion into the “Energy Policy Modernization Act of 2016” that would remove federal Endangered Species Act protections for the wolf and effectively block any environmentalists … more
His lecture was titled, “The Wolves of Yellowstone: The First 20 Years.” Whether in competition for food or to protect their stock, humans have been at war with wolves for 10,000 years, Smith said. Ed Bangs, former U.S. Fish and Wildlife … more
Thankfully, the Powell school bus driver had already dropped off all students for the day, and no one was seriously injured. But the February incident serves as an important reminder for drivers to pay attention and use extra caution, especially … more
“I’ve been here for 21 years, and I’ve never had a squirrel get in the substation and interrupt both transformers and interrupters at the same time,” said Larry Carter, city of Powell electric superintendent. At around 9:25 a.m. this … more
But in an unusual twist, the four candidates are competing for three of the seats while no one’s running for the fourth spot. First-time candidate Bob Murphy and incumbents Bonita Katz, Deb Kleinfeldt and Larry Parker all signed up for election … more
“We are in need of food,” said Cindy Balderas, treasurer of the local nonprofit. “We’re hoping for a large turnout.” Volunteers will go door to door in Powell neighborhoods from 5:30-8 p.m. Wednesday, collecting non-perishable food … more
On the County Commission’s behalf, Davis pushed the federal government to ease restrictions on snowmobiling in Yellowstone National Park and to lift Endangered Species Act protections for wolves; he also went before the Wyoming Supreme Court … more
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