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Mark Davis

Researchers wrap up work in Natural Trap Cave

The final specimens have been removed and the huge iron gate on Wyoming’s nationally renowned Natural Trap Cave will be securely locked on Saturday — possibly for decades.

As summer heats up, the Northeast Entrance of Yellowstone National Park echoes with the sound of chainsaws chewing through wood. After 100 square miles of the park burned last year — the most since 1988 — the Wildland Fire Management Program team has kicked into high gear, preparing for the inevitable.

Herder and goats helping state fight invasive weeds

Out in the heat, amongst rattlesnakes and more skeeters than most people can stand, a Peruvian man named Elvis and his constant companion, a Welsh collie named Pepsi, tend to 450 nannies and their kids.

As Richard Jones approached a hiker in a backcountry area of Yellowstone National Park, he knew something was wrong.

Just days from the grand opening of the Beck Park Bike Park in Cody, critiques are coming in on the park. These reviews aren’t from the organizers or local community leaders thrilled to have the new park open and drawing crowds. The reviews are from more important voices — the kids who have made the park a second home.

With a 30-inch base in the last week of June, the owners of the Beartooth Basin Summer Ski Area may look like genius entrepreneurs this year. The parking lot is overflowing with happy ski bums, and the vibe is good.

Some see decision as premature, others as overdue

More than four decades after listing it as an endangered species, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced Thursday the delisting of the grizzly bear.

Reservoir fishing fun for the family while waiting for area rivers to clear

With the rivers running the color of hot chocolate, and possibly another month before they clear, I was getting antsy to catch some fish.

For the first time, a Crow politician made the trip to witness the pipe ceremony during the tribe’s annual return to Foretop’s Father, the Crow name for Heart Mountain.

It’s been a wet year, with well above average snow and rain in the area. One benefit: The wildflowers are going nuts.

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