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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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Deadly CWD Reaches Outskirts Of Bozeman

December 9, 2020

The Mad Cow Disease of deer arrives
Montana confirms dreaded cousin of Mad Cow detected in Gallatin, Paradise and northern Madison deer. Wyoming, meanwhile, will keep feedgrounds open
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Yellowstone Primer: America's Inviolate Nature Preserve Forever Under Siege

December 8, 2020

Yellowstone elk fed by hand
As the country's first national park approaches its 150th birthday in 2022, Earle Layser reminds how its magic never gets a rest
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A Crow Suggests How The Crazies Should Remain Wild And Sacred

December 7, 2020

High peaks of the Crazy Mountains
In his op-ed, Apsaalooke tribal member and scholar Shane Doyle asks Forest Service to tighten up protections and forbid expansion of proposed mountain biking trails
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How The Wild World Gives Me Solace

December 3, 2020

A red fox in the Hayden
During the pandemic, Americans ready or not have poured into public lands. But what does escape mean for a seasoned wanderer?
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