Wyoming Landowner Wins Battle With EPA Over Stock Pond

  Wyoming Landowner Wins Battle With EPA Over Stock Pond By Burt Carey All Andy Johnson wanted was a small pond to provide water for his cattle. What he got was a $16 million fine from the Environmental Protection Agency. Johnson, a professional welder who owns a 9-acre cattle farm in Fort Bridger, Wyo., received […]

Yellowstone Remains Busy

  Yellowstone Remains Busy ~ by Amy Lignor   Yes, even though Yellowstone has had to deal with some of the worst happenings of late (a grizzly bear attack against a hiker), they have still come back reporting one of the busiest months for visitors and tourist attendance that they have ever had. July was […]

Morning Moose Stroll

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The BEAUTY OF TRADITIONAL REIKI

   Kathy just graduated from Traditional Reiki I on March 30, 2014 and these are her words: “I do want to share with you my wonderful Reiki experience.  We have had a landslide (literally) in the town of Jackson and area known as Budge drive which is on the face of East Gros Ventre Butte.  […]

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