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Woman killed in rollover

PINEDALE (WNE) — Memorial Day Weekend started off on a tragic note after a single-vehicle rollover crash Friday morning claimed the life of a woman who just moved with her family to the Boulder area. Robyn Mathews, 31, was driving…

Man in fatal accident on meth, report says

RIVERTON (WNE) — The Jackson man who died last month in a two-vehicle crash involving a Lander family near Dubois was high on meth, according to toxicology testing. Scott E. Wright, 57, died of a cervical fracture due to blunt…

Yellowstone officials say park is pretty quiet

JACKSON (WNE) — Famous grizzly bears and geysers are certainly concentrating crowds, but entrance gate data indicates relatively open roads and a dearth of people in the first few opening days for northwest Wyoming’s national parks. In Yellowstone National Park,…

BYU-Idaho sees growth in Spring enrollment

The following is a news release from Brigham Young University-Idaho. REXBURG — Official spring semester enrollment totals at Brigham Young University-Idaho show growth among our total population of students who are continuing to pursue their academic goals amid a world-wide…

JJ Vallow turns 8 Monday. A vigil is planned and police are asking for help in finding him and his sister.

This story courtesy of EastIdahoNews.com. It is used here with permission. REXBURG — A candlelight vigil is being held for Joshua “JJ” Vallow on Monday to commemorate his 8th birthday and raise awareness that the boy and sister, Tylee Ryan,…

Idaho Fish and Game have been stocking up, preparing for memorable Memorial Day weekend

Memorial Day Fishing Guide Fish and Game crews have been stocking fish around the state, and more will be added before the holiday weekend. Due to COVID-19, Memorial Day will be memorable in ways people hadn’t anticipated, but fishing will remain a…

Wyoming Business Council’s upcoming webinar to update agriculture producers on food assistance program (CFAP)

The Wyoming Business Council will host an informational webinar to update agriculture producers on the USDA’s Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP) grants at 6 p.m. on Thursday, May 28 via Zoom. The grant program will help producers who suffered commodity…

Yellowstone National Park reminds boaters/anglers to drain, clean, dry boats and equipment

Mammoth Hot Springs –  Yellowstone National Park encourages the public to get ready for boating and fishing season, which began today, Saturday, May 23, 2020. Boaters and anglers should clean, drain, and dry all boats and equipment prior to arriving in…

Cheney defends U.S. intent to withdraw from the Open Skies Treaty

Washington – Wyoming Congresswoman House Republican Conference Chair Liz Cheney (R-WY), who also serves on the House Armed Services Committee, released the following statement (see full text) after the Trump Administration announced its intent to withdraw from the Treaty on Open…

Paper, new or DIY: Bagging groceries in the COVID era

By Rebecca Huntington Jackson Hole News&Guide Via- Wyoming News Exchange JACKSON — Grocery shoppers in Jackson can still use their own bags. They just have to bag their own groceries if they do. Otherwise, shoppers can choose paper bags, for…