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  • Buffalo in Yellowstone
    Wyoming deadline information for non-resident hunting applications
    Some of the Wyoming deadline dates have already passed, those for Spring Turkey, Bull and Cow Elk. Coming up at the end of this month (28th) are the deadlines for Bighorn Sheep, Wild bison, Mountain Goat, and Moose. All applications must be...
  • David Carter
    Wolf Pack continue to frustrate their coach and their fans
    Don't believe your eyes when watching Nevada Wolf Pack men's basketball.With the Wolf Pack, up is actually down, one plus one is seven, the sun rises in the west and sets in the east and Taylor Swift sings opera. As far as the Wolf Pack is...
  • Bentwood Inn
    Jackson Hole’s Bentwood Inn named among the Ten Best B&B’s in America
    Acclaimed for its outstanding quality and service within previous years by recognized media such as Outside Magazine, Ski Magazine and The Today Show, Jackson Hole’s Bentwood Inn has been named the 2nd best Bed and Breakfast inn in America...
  • Gun rights demonstration
    Western states emerging as Second Amendment battlegrounds
    Yesterday in Denver, Colorado lawmakers heard seven bills in separate House and Senate committees dealing with the state’s hastily-passed gun control measures in 2013, with predictably-split receptions along party lines, according to the...
  • Kimi Memmott, James Memmott, and Matt Memmott of Centerville, Utah are engulfed by thermal steam as they stand at a fumarole in the Fountain Paint Pots area of Yellowstone National Park
    Gloebetrotting A to Z: Wyoming
    Rising majestically after Utah, before you read "Nebraska" on Interstate 80, Wyoming explodes like red dirt fireworks on the Fourth of July. Magical, mystical, transformative and tough, this state has a way of grabbing hold of your heart...
  • A Drive through the Tetons
    The Grand Tetons: Wyoming's winter wonderland
    On the west side of Wyoming, just south of Yellowstone National Park are the Grand Teton Mountains (also a national park). Any time of the year these mountains have a majestic feel to them but in the winter they become a winter wonderland. At...
  • Matthew Shepard Is a Friend of Mine
    Matthew Shepard Is a Friend of Mine screenings, January-March 2015
    This year will see the theatrical release of the documentary, Matthew Shepard Is a Friend of Mine. Following a year of acclaim on the festival circuit, and recent accolades at the Side by Side Film Festival in Russia, the film won four Best...
  • Visit Jackson Hole with your camera
    Top photo spots around Jackson Hole
    Jackson Hole offers the perfect spots around town to capture images for albums, memory books and scrapbooks.Here are top photo spots you don't want to forget when you visit, Jackson, Wyoming.The welcome signs showing the name of town at both...
  • Concealed Carry training
    Illinois experience again shows CCW opponents were all wrong
    A weekend story in the Champaign, Ill., News-Gazette that took stock of the Prairie State’s first year of concealed carry showed – once again – that predictions of gloom and doom from law-abiding armed citizens were just so much...
  • Jackson Hole Kids Ski Free
    Jackson Hole starts 'Kids Ski Free' program
    Blessed with an abundance of world-class expert terrain, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort once sported a burly, somewhat intimidating, reputation. Of course, the challenging terrain still exists, but the Wyoming resort has featured its tamer side in...
  • Dog pack in Wyoming kills woman who was found in the cold mutilated from mauling
    Dog pack in Wyoming killed woman on reservation where wild dogs roam free
    Wild dogs are a frequent sight on the reservation where a woman was found killed, but this is the first time they have attack a person. The woman who was attacked and killed by a pack of dogs was a member of the Shoshone Tribe from a reservation...
  • Gay marriage news: Wyoming legalizes same-sex marriage; lawsuit filed in Miss.
    Gay marriage news: Wyoming legalizes same-sex marriage; lawsuit filed in Miss.
    Just a few days after a federal judge struck down a state ban on gay marriage, the state of Wyoming has the become the 32nd state to legalize same-sex marriage on Tuesday. According to a report by the Baltimore Sun, the state has filed a formal...
  •  Gay marriage news: Ban struck down in Wyoming; lawsuit heard in S.D.
    Gay marriage news: Ban struck down in Wyoming; lawsuit heard in S.D.
    Same-sex couples and gay marriage supporters in Wyoming scored a victory on Friday as a federal judge struck down the state’s ban on same-sex nuptials. The ruling came on the same day that a judge in Arizona announced a similar ruling. With...
  • gray wolf
    Wyoming gray wolves regain federal protections
    Gray wolves in Wyoming are once again protected by the Endangered Species Act, according to Kieran Suckling, Executive Director for the Center of Biological Diversity (CBD). A federal judge reinstated those protections last week, invalidating the...
  • Picture of Buddy the missing Dachshund
    Dog lost from hotel in Thermopolis Wyoming please help
    A Dachshund, belonging to the writer of this column, has gone missing from the Thermopolis, Wyoming hotel on Monday, Sept. 29, 2014. The dog escaped from the hotel room when a faulty latch on the outside door failed and the door swung open while...