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NPS / Kira Cassidy

Some Say Management Changes Needed After Popular Yellowstone Wolf Killed

Recently, a Montana hunter legally shot a well-known Yellowstone wolf from the Lamar Canyon Pack after she wandered a few miles outside the park into a hunting zone. The incident raises questions about the best way to manage park wolves that become habituated to people.

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Holiday Special Programs

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A week after the state of Wyoming filed a notice of appeal a judge's decision to put the Yellowstone grizzly bear back on Endangered Species Act protections, other defendants have followed.

ACPIC location just north of Gillette
The Advanced Carbon Collaborative Balanced Resources

The Advanced Carbon Products Innovation Center (ACPIC) was expected to finish construction north of Gillette at the Fort Union Industrial Complex by spring of 2019. Now, the coordinators of the project have requested a delay from the Wyoming Business Council.

Buffalo Bill Center of the West.

It’s well known that President Theodore Roosevelt helped shape the American West as we know it today. But the curator of the Buffalo Bill Museum, Jeremy Johnston, said Roosevelt, along with Buffalo Bill, also promoted the romance and myth of the American West.


Laramie Folk Band The WoodPile On Wyoming Sounds

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Mary Grace Bedwell

Laramie folk band The Woodpile for the Wyoming Public Radio & Media Holiday Open House. Recorded on Wyoming Sounds on 12/14/18.

NPS Climate Change Response

As the urgency around climate change increases, here’s a look at how the West is reacting.

NPS / Kira Cassidy

Recently, a Montana hunter legally shot a well-known Yellowstone wolf from the Lamar Canyon Pack after she wandered a few miles outside the park into a hunting zone. The incident raises questions about the best way to manage park wolves that become habituated to people. 

Gary Kohn, the Chief Financial Officer of Westmoreland Coal Company, has announced his resignation effective January 4 of 2019. In a statement released by the company, he's leaving for personal reasons.

Lawmakers grilled federal law enforcement agencies over their lack of rigorous investigations into missing and murdered indigenous women at a landmark Senate hearing Wednesday.

Parts of the Mountain West have been tangled up in long-term drought and it doesn’t look like it’s lifting anytime soon.


DIMENSIONAL ENERGY

The $20 million NRG COSIA Carbon XPRIZE competition was narrowed down to ten finalists in April of this year, but now organizers say a new candidate is in the running: Dimensional Energy.

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