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There Must Be A Reckoning In Confronting The Fact-Challenged Fringes

January 18, 2021

When Washington was sacked by the British
Op-ed: Wyoming groups say transparency, accountability essential not only for healthy society but for all that matters in Equality State and American West
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Native vs. Wild

January 13, 2021

Trout: is it only fishing opportunity that matters?
Hunters reject non-native species, even if they are wild, but why not all anglers when it comes to fish? Trout conservationist Bob Mallard dives into the issue
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For Real Patriots, Truth Must Trump Hate

January 12, 2021

Washington in statue looks at the Rotunda dome
The words of former US Senator Al Simpson ring wiser after America's citadel was sacked
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True Wild: The Real Story Of Wolves On Ted Turner's Montana Ranch

January 8, 2021

How much do you actually know about wolves?
Biologist Val Asher offers amazing insights into the real, not mythological, wolf and how one of the largest packs in North America exists just beyond Bozeman
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Mother Nature Never Lets Her Down

January 6, 2021

What were the highlights of your year?
For Susan Marsh, the year past was not a woeful one. She paints a portrait filled with colorful reminders of how the wild world remains both refuge and sanctuary
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Should Park Landmarks Honor People of Infamy?

December 30, 2020

Ranger Peak in foreground, Mt. Doane in distance.
Gustavus Doane, who participated in Marias Massacre of more than 200 Blackfeet, has summits named after him in Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks
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2020 Reminds The Time For Protecting Nature In Our Backyard Is Now

December 29, 2020

The protected "valley of flowers"
From crucial wildlife habitat to agrarian working lands, valleys between mountains in southwest Montana are under enormous development and recreation pressure
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Why CWD Striking Jackson Hole Elk Is A Big Deal

December 27, 2020

Wapiti at the National Elk Refuge in Jackson Hole
Is a Chronic Wasting Disease 'super-spreader' event possible in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem? Experts say Wyoming, federal agencies have created conditions ripe for disaster
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The Solstice: A Time For Remembering The Storytellers

December 21, 2020

In many places, there is pause to honor those who have passed on
Elder Lois Red Elk shares a new poem about the start of winter 
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Brokaw Opens Up To A Young Big Sky Journalist

December 21, 2020

Tom Brokaw answering questions instead of asking them
In The New West, Todd Wilkinson interviews Joseph O'Connor about his interview with Tom Brokaw on topics ranging from Trump to journalism and nature
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How Would Our Modern Arid West Confront 'Drought' Lasting Hundreds Of Years?

December 19, 2020

Are drought lessons in Danger Cave?
Great Basin caves tell story linking climate change to "worse-case scenario" with potential impact on 56 million water users
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Scientist Says Wildlife Impacts Should Be Considered In Outdoor Recreation Decisions

December 14, 2020

Our playground is their home
April Craighead says between development and surging recreation pressure on public lands, nature is getting pounded around Bozeman
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Long Journey To A Masterpiece

December 13, 2020

"Cold Night on the Yellowstone" by Jake Mosher
Bozeman photographer Jake Mosher wins prestigious prize for his portrayal of Yellowstone River following enigmatic path that led him back to nature's beauty
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What's The Rush (If The Point Is Escaping The Rat Race)?

December 11, 2020

A bull moose in Jackson Hole
A state highway in Wyoming has brought carnage for moose. The issues Luther Propst raises exist in nearly every corner of wildlife-rich Greater Yellowstone
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