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Grand Teton National Park

(Photo:  fidelis_o, flickr.com)
(Photo: fidelis_o, flickr.com)
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Bears Active Again in Grand Teton National Park

The National Park Service says bears in Grand Teton National Park are active again and looking for food.

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jeffgunn, flickr.com
jeffgunn, flickr.com
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Avalanche Death in Grand Teton National Park

Grand Teton National Park officials say an avalanche has killed a backcountry skier from Jackson.

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Yellowstone National Park (Courtesy of National Park Service)
Yellowstone National Park (Courtesy of National Park Service)
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National Park Visitors Spent $627 million in Wyoming in 2011 [AUDIO]

A new National Park Service report shows that nearly 6 million national park visitors in Wyoming in 2011 spent  $627 million and supported over 9,100 jobs. Doug Randall reports. Crop insurance deadlines are coming up. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Ernie Hathaway, flickr
Ernie Hathaway, flickr
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National Park Cuts Detailed in Memo

Visitors to America's national parks will encounter fewer rangers, find locked restrooms and visitors centers, and see trashcans emptied less often if 5 percent across-the-board federal budget cuts are enacted.

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cliff1066™, Getty Images
cliff1066™, Getty Images
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Ed Board Issues RFP For Director Search

Grand Teton National Park saw a nearly 5 percent increase in visitors last year, with more of those visitors choosing to camp rather than stay in park lodges. Amy Richards has a report. The state Board of Education has approved an RFP--or Request For Proposals--for a firm to be used in it's search for a new Director. Joy Greenwald has a report. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Grand Teton Park Sees Rise In Visitors

JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — Grand Teton National Park saw a nearly 5 percent increase in visitors last year with more of those tourists deciding to camp, rather than stay in park lodges.

The National Park Service released final visitation numbers for 2012 last week

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University of Wyoming (Adam Porter/TSM)
University of Wyoming (Adam Porter/TSM)
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Bill To Increase Hathaway Awards Moving Forward [AUDIO]

Research shows wolves in northern Grand Teton National Park have an appetite for moose in wintertime Amy Richards has a report. The Senate Education Committee has endorsed a bill that would increase the amount of money awarded through the state Hathaway Scholarship Program, which helps students pay for tuition and fees at the University of Wyoming and the state's seven community colleges. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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lilnoe, flickr
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2 Skiers Killed in Separate Wyoming Avalanches

Two backcountry skiers from Jackson have died in separate western Wyoming avalanches.

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Cheyenne East High School
Laramie County School District #1
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Feds Delay Peer Review of Wyoming’s Switch from Paws to ACT [AUDIO]

The U.S. Department of Education has delayed the peer review on Wyoming's proposal to switch from the PAWS test to the ACT test for 11th graders. The Federal government has completed the second phase of its purchase of just over 2 square miles of state owned land in Grand Teton National Park. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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(Courtesy of Grand Teton National Park)
(Courtesy of Grand Teton National Park)
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Wyoming and National Park Service Finish Second Land Sale with Grand Teton

 

Governor Matt Mead applauded the U.S. Department of the Interior and the National Park Service for finalizing the purchase of an 86-acre parcel of state land. This is the second sale of state land inside Grand Teton National Park and is part of an agreement made in 2010. The

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