More than 1,200 visit Yellowstone over 6 days

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Though like the song says, the weather in the Rocky Mountain states has been “frightful,” the cold hasn’t stopped people from visiting Yellowstone National Park.

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Freudenthal tests political waters

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Gov. Dave Freudenthal has hired a political polling firm to gauge support for a run at a third term.

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Jackson bison herd harvest down from last year

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State wildlife officials say hunters have harvested more than 100 fewer bison from the Jackson herd this year than last year.

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Wyoming lands role, not cameras, in film

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“Did You Hear About the Morgans?” purports to give a view of life in small-town Wyoming, but it was actually filmed in New Mexico.

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No charges in death of Jackson skier in Maine

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Prosecutors in Maine say they won’t press charges against the driver who struck and killed Willie Neal of Wilson as Neal roller-skied on a rural Maine road.

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Extra Wyoming funds for school lunches set to end

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Wyoming school districts could face new troubles paying for school lunches once supplemental legislative funding expires this summer.

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Yellowstone getting better earthquake monitors

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The Yellowstone “supervolcano” will soon be among the best monitored hot spots in the world with the installation of new earthquake monitoring equipment.

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Few new doctors sticking in Wyoming

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The Wyoming Board of Medicine says only 18 percent of the 301 doctors who have received state licenses this year reported they are working full time in Wyoming.

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Former BLM employee files lawsuit against agency

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A former Bureau of Land Management employee at the Casper Field Office in Wyoming has filed a lawsuit against the agency.

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Wyo. to provide next year’s Capitol Christmas tree

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The hunt is on in Wyoming for the perfect Christmas tree for the next holiday season to be displayed on the grounds of the U.S. Capitol.

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