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 By Billy Arnold    News    April 11, 2024

Death threats roll in as wolf abuse investigation proceeds

Via Wyoming News Exchange JACKSON — Sublette County is usually a quiet community of about 9,000 people. But after allegations of wolf abuse went international, residents have been inundated with v... Full story

 

For Jackson Hole's Jewish community, Israel-Hamas war hits close to home

JACKSON — What Idith Almog saw in 1973 pales in comparison to what she saw Saturday morning. Fifty years ago, when war broke out between Israel and Arab states on Yom Kippur, the Jewish day of a... Full story

 

Governor calls glamping biz 'pimples on the landscape'

West Bank glamping biz gets OK to apply for liquor license, light gas fires over Gordon’s descriptive objections. JACKSON — Gov. Mark Gordon would like to see them pop. Wyoming’s second-term Repub... Full story

 
 By Billy Arnold    Wyoming    May 18, 2023

Prosecutors agree to release man detained after Yellowstone death

JACKSON — Michael Wayne McCollum will be released from a Montana jail where he was held on Yellowstone National Park’s behalf — even though federal prosecutors initially labeled him a flight risk... Full story

 
 By Billy Arnold    Wyoming    March 30, 2023

Teton Village resident recovering from being trampled by moose

JACKSON - Hannah Garland finds it oddly comforting that she knows which moose trampled her Friday morning. "Had it been a rogue moose, I would've been constantly living on edge, like 'Are you the... Full story

 
 By Billy Arnold    Wyoming    March 30, 2023

This week's earthquake 'swarm' was 'very standard' Yellowstone stuff

JACKSON – Scientists have called a swarm of about 60 earthquakes under Yellowstone Lake on Tuesday and Wednesday “normal.” Bob Smith, the University of Utah geologist who wrote the book on Yello... Full story

 
 By Billy Arnold    Wyoming    March 23, 2023

Feds, Wyo. split over Hageman's bill to delist grizzlies

JACKSON – The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service opposes Wyoming congresswoman Harriet Hageman’s legislative push to remove Endangered Species Act protections from Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem grizzly be... Full story

 
 By Billy Arnold    News    January 5, 2023

Yellowstone hot spring death leaves mystery in its wake

JACKSON — An investigation report Yellowstone National Park officials released this week sheds no light on a key question surrounding the death of a man whose foot was found floating in a hot s... Full story

 
 By BILLY ARNOLD    News    June 16, 2022

Residents displaced after Yellowstone flooding takes out roads

JACKSON -A few hours before her house was pulled into the Yellowstone River by raging floodwaters, Katy Canetta realized she'd forgotten something: A sketchbook with a drawing of her grandmother who... Full story

 
 By Billy Arnold    Sports    January 6, 2022

Officials eye killing bighorn ewes to stop disease

JACKSON - As a gaggle of grad students milled about, probing, prodding and drawing blood from three bighorn sheep, Aly Courtemanch was keeping her eyes peeled for something in particular. Plump ewes....

 
 By Billy Arnold    News    August 5, 2021

Jackson Republican fundraiser prompts protest

JACKSON — At 73, Jorge Colon had never been to a protest. That changed Thursday, when he and a crowd of more than 20 other people gathered at the corner of Spring Gulch Road and Highway 22 to p... Full story

 

How to reduce your 'message fatigue' : Taking a step back from media is one answer

JACKSON — People are wearying of the deluge of COVID-19 information and finding some relief, experts say, could involve something as simple as taking a break. “People need to unplug and maybe lim... Full story

 

Emails show state hesitated on orders despite Teton County's urgent pleas

JACKSON — Since early March the county’s top health official has been begging the state to support his restrictions to curb the spread of coronavirus in Teton County. Emails obtained by the News&Guide through the Wyoming Public Records Act show a b... Full story

 
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