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Mark Davis

Fifteen years ago, the river was a mess. But then fishermen and community members took matters into their own hands.

When Ari Novak stepped in to organize the Cody Ice Festival two years ago, it was out of love for climbing the ice in the Shoshone National Forest. Many consider the area to have the best climbing in the west.

With about an hour left in the tournament, Powell’s Terry and Brenda Mari were nervous. The four-time champions didn’t have a full stringer — six fish for the two-day tournament.

Local company one of few options to enter Yellowstone in winter

Make no mistake, any trip into the mountains and valleys of Yellowstone National Park is an adventure. 

U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney is preparing a new bill or a series of bills designed to force a decision on Wyoming’s Wilderness Study Areas (WSA) — including High Lakes in Park County — and fight for mechanized use in the areas.

I grew up around guns. Through my life firearms were included in some of my fondest memories.

Local Wyoming Game and Fish Department fisheries managers brought out the big guns for a meeting with the public Monday — including hiring professional facilitator Tara Kuipers to run the meeting and bringing up department director Scott Talbott from Cheyenne.

State officials have taken another step toward hosting a grizzly bear hunt later this year.

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has cleared a Powell game bird farm to try rearing and breeding greater sage grouse in captivity.

Moments after climbing into the truck on Saturday, Susan Ahalt, also known as “The Bird Lady,” barks a command to her new friend Cal Horton: “Stop the car!”

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