MOOSE, Wyo. (AP) — Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks have teamed up with a clean energy coalition to secure more than $200,000 to add a plug-in hybrid electric car to their vehicle fleets and to install six public electric vehicle charging stations. The parks and the energy coalition want to reduce the use of petroleum and establish a hub for the region’s electric vehicle infrastructure network. Their next goal is to encourage gateway communities to install charging stations.
From Yellowstone National Park: National Park Service Calls on Visitors to Respect Wildlife and Safety Regulations In recent weeks, visitors in the park have been engaging in inappropriate, dangerous, and illegal behavior with wildlife. These actions […]
Neal and Cala discuss: Obama/Hillary’s responses to challenging questions about the 2nd Amendment. Recap of ID State GOP Convention. CALL-IN GOP Chair Steven Yates calls in with a recap. Useless observation: People who sign up […]
The Idaho Transportation Department in redoing the U.S. Highway 20 corridor plans to eliminate the intersection which gives drivers easy access to Yellowstone Bear World. The change to the current route, according to the Post […]