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Wyoming Files Second Federal Lawsuit About Oil & Gas Lease Pause
The new lawsuit is targeted at the paused sales that should have taken place in the second and third quarters of 2021 and the third quarter of 2022.
Lawsuit: Sheridan VA Hospital Covered Up Cause of Patient’s Death
The VAMC police interviewed several medical providers who suggested Behles' injuries were inconsistent with a fall and that hospital staff had destroyed important evidence.
Wyoming Gov. Gordon: Coal Leasing Moratorium Will Harm Consumers
Gordon said, "Enacting a moratorium at a moment when coal is badly needed to ensure a secure and reliable energy supply is wrong-headed on many fronts."
Yellowstone Reopens North Loop, But Two North Entrances Remain Closed
Two major northern entrances remain closed.
Despite COVID, Yellowstone National Park Visitation Down Only Slightly in 2020
Now that winter is here, all roads in Yellowstone, with one exception, are closed to automobile traffic until late April.
Yellowstone National Park Marks Best-Ever September for Visits
If you are sick, do not visit the park. Self-quarantine to avoid exposing others.
Feds Accuse Yellowstone Guide With Violations; Attorney Calls Charges Bogus
Each of these misdemeanor violations is punishable by a jail term of up to six months.
Lone Star Fire in Yellowstone Stays at 960 Acres; Roads Open, Some Trails Closed
Fire activity in the western United States has created smoky conditions throughout the region.
Yellowstone’s Wildfire Season Begins With Two Small Fires
The park lists its current fire danger as high.
Yellowstone Reroutes Traffic Around Old Faithful Overpass Bridge
Yellowstone National Park announced Wednesday that visitors should expect detours and delays at Old Faithful until further notice. Traffic is being routed around the Old Faithful Overpass Bridge due to safety concerns. Currently the National Park Service is evaluating the condition of the bridge...