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Recent Stories by Will Walkey
Amid Colorado River cuts, a Flaming Gorge fishing guide hopes the ‘leftovers’ are enough
The reservoir on the Wyoming-Utah border stores water for the Colorado River. More and more of the reserves are being sent downstream.
On a tour of Wyoming, residents voice worries about community change and lack of economic diversity
Residents of Casper, Sheridan, Gillette and Douglas discuss Wyoming’s economy, community character and state politics.
Jackson approves controversial affordable housing project near local fairgrounds
KHOL News Director Kyle Mackie talks with Wyoming Public Radio about the controversy around a planned 48-unit affordable housing project.
‘We can’t wait for it to break.’ Jackson Hole Fire/EMS seeks funding to replace satellite stations
Multiple fire stations in Teton County are in disrepair to the extent of needing full replacement as demand for their services increases.
Overwhelmed by construction waste, Teton Region tries to incentivize diversion from Idaho landfills
Transfer stations on both sides of Teton Pass have implemented “sort fees” to try and combat increases in unsorted demolition and construction waste.
Some Yellowstone gateway communities seek visitation, economic recovery as floodwaters recede
Gardiner, Montana, has rebuilt bridges and water lines and reopened roads to other towns, but few tourists are showing up.
Study determines human sewage as major fecal contaminant in select Teton County waterways
Research by a University of Wyoming graduate student found that a significant portion of identifiable fecal bacteria in Fish and Flat creeks came from human sewage.