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Mark Davis

Snug in a warm bed during my first week in Wyoming, I woke to an early call.

Powell resident again one of the first to harvest a wolf

When Mike Hirsch woke up Saturday and found no injunctions on the state’s wolf hunt, he went and purchased a tag.

The cutthroat trout conservation team at Yellowstone National Park expects to break a record this year, ridding Yellowstone Lake of more than 360,000 lake trout. The high mark was set last year, with 358,000 removed from the lake.

By the time the rising sun illuminated the changing trees in the Greybull River Valley, Scott Werbelow was already on the job. It looked to be a busy day at the office. Werbelow’s office — the entirety of the Big Horn Basin — has one heck of a view.

Company gives no explanation for suspending Greg Wise’s account

Greg Wise didn’t know what to do with himself last week: He was in Facebook jail.

The swollen creek almost sounds like applause as robins, yellow-rumped warblers and chipmunks pick through the leftovers from late night raids on ripe berries by resident bears. Yellow leaves freckled with brown, hanging on tight in the rain, are still in the minority. But they won’t be for long in the Shoshone National Forest.

For six weeks, local farmer Dave Johnson worked through a tough harvest to get Elysian West Field ready for the softball tournament. With bases made of corn seed bags and a fence made of hay, Johnson fashioned the field from a piece of flat land, never before tilled, near the base of Heart Mountain.

After a final two hours of debate, the Park County Wyoming Public Lands Initiative advisory committee finished a draft proposal identifying the borders of a possible wilderness area in the McCullough Peaks. The group is working to reorganize the current wilderness study area (WSA) into two sections — preserved wilderness and a special management area — in a proposal that could ultimately become law.

Crews drain canal to fix cracked liner outside Cody

The Heart Mountain Irrigation District cut off water in its canal Monday morning to attempt an emergency patch on the Rattlesnake liner.

When Glen Gresly’s truck left the road and headed for the canal Wednesday afternoon, several area residents sprang into action.

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