Gillette News Record

Colorado man’s ‘illegal’ heli landing is the latest spin in Grand Teton’s aerial drama

by Gillette News Record | July 13, 2023
Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility also has spent years suing the Federal Aviation Administration and National Park Service over the two agencies’ failure to produce plans for managing air tourism in parks that see more than 50 overflights a year. Teton park historically ...

Tree trimming in recommended wilderness raises questions

by Gillette News Record | June 10, 2020
“Jeff Ruch was paging through the results of a Freedom of Information Act request about a categorical upgrade to Yellowstone’s WiFi infrastructure earlier this year when he came across an exchange that suggested 100 trees had been felled within a recommended wilderness area. The ...

Yellowstone allows more time for Wi-Fi review

by Gillette News Record | June 3, 2020
“A telecommunications business rebuffed the National Park Service last winter after park officials asked for a smaller, pilot version of the company’s plan to add hundreds of antennas transmitting Wi-Fi signals throughout developed areas in Yellowstone National Park. Ruch, of PEER ...
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