Grand Teton Crowd Control

While Yellowstone officials just announced their second busiest June ever, Grand Teton officials have had record attendance every year for the last four years. Managers are asking people to adjust their plans to avoid the crowds.

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The Central Wyoming Fair and Rodeo went out with a bang Saturday night, especially for the Powder River Percherons! The Powder River Percherons are led by Mike Cushman and his wife who've been doing exhibitions with these horses for 20 to 25 years.

Powder River Percherons

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