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WyoFile: A decline in Yellowstone's cutthroat trout population has caused grizzly bears to shift their diet to elk calves: http://t.co/qplR4O4KBU
WyoFile: Idaho has acknowledged Eastern Shoshones' right to pay in-state tuition at Idaho public colleges and universities: http://t.co/rDvEuhHfBP
WyoFile: The number of orphaned wells in Powder River Basin likely exceeds 1,200 — and Wyoming is being footed the bill: http://t.co/1LgUWkKhT4
WyoFile: Thousands of wells have been abandoned — “orphaned” — in the Powder River Basin by struggling operators: http://t.co/03xVGsYyUm