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- Montana man killed in motorcycle crash in northern Wyoming - MANDERSON, Wyo. (AP) — Investigators say fatigue and alcohol might have played a role in a motorcycle crash that killed a man in northern Wyoming. Sgt. David Wagener with the Wyoming Highway Patrol says 51-year-old Scott Hennager, of Big Timber, Montana, crashed his motorcycle on U.S. Highway 20 west of Manderson on Saturday afternoon. The bike went off the highway, vaulted over an irrigation ditch and hit a sign. Hennager, who was not wearing a helmet, died at the scene. The crash marked the 19th motorcycle fatality in Wyoming this year.
- Yellowstone south entrance reopens Tuesday - YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. (AP) — The south entrance to Yellowstone National Park has reopened after being closed for more than a week because of a wildfire in neighboring Grand Teton National Park. Firefighters doused hot spots and cleared downed and dangerous burned trees along the highway that runs up the east side of Grand Teton and to the Yellowstone entrance. The highway reopened overnight, and the Yellowstone gate opened at 7 a.m. Tuesday. Closing the entrance over the last week forced visitors coming up from the popular Jackson Hole area to take a detour that added about an hour of drive time to reach Yellowstone through Idaho and West Yellowstone, Montana. The fires in Yellowstone and Grand Teton remain active and continue to grow. But all major tourist attractions and roads in Yellowstone are open.
- Wyoming seeks to block judge’s order on air ambulance fees - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The state of Wyoming is scrambling to try to block a federal judge’s ruling that the state may not regulate how much air ambulance companies charge for transporting workers who are injured on the job. The state is asking a federal appeals court in Denver to block this summer’s ruling by U.S. District Judge Alan B. Johnson of Cheyenne that federal law prohibits state regulation of air ambulance companies. The companies are due to file a response later this week. Four companies claimed in a lawsuit the state owes them about $2 million for past flights. The companies have argued Wyoming had capped what it would pay for air ambulance services at just over $3,900 per flight. The companies had submitted bills that sometimes exceeded $40,000 per flight.
- Wolves near Jackson to be killed after livestock killings - JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — A group of wolves that have been dining on beef recently are set to be killed because of the conflicts with livestock. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service officials have authorized the removal of four wolves from a pack that has been seen on private land south of Grand Teton National Park. Wildlife officials say in two attacks the wolves have killed two adult cows and injured four calves over the past two weeks. Officials linked these particular wolves to the attacks through DPS collar data collected by Grand Teton National Park. The wolves will be removed via land traps from a pack that had 14 members at the end of 2015.
- Stream rule frustrates Wyoming regulators - CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming environmental regulars are frustrated by a proposed federal rule that they say could cost the state more than $1 million a year in lost revenue and $500,000 in implementation. The stream protection rule developed by the Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement would force companies to return streams and banks that have been adversely affected by mining back to their former condition. Proponents maintain that more potent rules on water protection is a necessity in the West. But Wyoming Department for Environmental Quality Director Todd Parfitt says the proposed rule includes a number of cleanup obligations that don’t make sense in arid regions with sparse vegetation.
- SageWest Lander Reopens Medical/Surgical and Intensive Care Units; New Advanced MRI Center Opens at SageWest Riverton - Fremont County, Wyo. – We are pleased to announce that both the medical/surgical and intensive care units at SageWest Lander have reopened after extensive renovations following the May floods. In addition to these services, the emergency department, women’s health unit and outpatient services – including surgery, radiology, lab, therapies and pharmacy – continue to remain fully operational. Healthcare services at the Riverton campus remain fully operational as well. “We continue to work with our environmental and facility experts to repair the acute rehabilitation and behavioral health units at SageWest Lander,” said Roy Vinson, interim chief executive officer of SageWest Health Care. “We sincerely appreciate the community’s patience and support as we work hard to bring back these important healthcare services.” In addition to the reopening of the services at Lander, SageWest is pleased to announce a new state-of-the-art MRI center at the Riverton campus. This center includes a new Optima MR450w 1.5 ...