Several Jackson Hole residents have been appointed to serve on state boards this week by Governor Matt Mead. Among them are … Continue Reading
The Jackson Hole Broncs and Lady Broncs finished their seasons in style with the final game of the season played in Pinedale last night. In the first of the varsity games, the girls dominated the Wranglers 53 to 17 powered by J.C. Phillips with 12 points and 11 rebounds. The boys followed suit with a 65 to 25 win. Jordan King on fire scoring 24 points for the Broncs in that game. Regionals begin on week from tonight in Cody.
The Wyoming House passed the Teacher Accountability Act on third reading yesterday and sent it to conference committee to work out the differences between the House and Senate versions of the bill. Representative Keith Gingery says the legislation dealing with teachers began as … Continue Reading
The Wyoming Department of Health’s Office of Multicultural Health, is currently seeking applications for its new Mini-Grant Program for funding from $100 to $1,499. To qualify for one of the grants, projects must deal with improving Wyoming’s health disparities for minorities or … Continue Reading
Teton County Sheriff’s Deputies have arrested a 23-year-old Massachusetts woman after she allegedly used credit cards from a stolen purse to make purchases around the community. According to Sergeant Tom Combs, the Teton County Sheriff’s Office had received … Continue Reading
Senator John Barrasso together with Senator Mark Udall of Colorado, Representative Rob Bishop of Utah and Representative Diana DeGette of Colorado had introduced the Ski Area Recreation Opportunity Enhancement Act of 2011 which would amend the National Forest Ski Area Permit Act of 1986. The bill would change … Continue Reading
St. John’s Institute for Cognitive Health, in partnership with University of Utah Center for Alzheimer’s Care, Imaging and Research, has announced it will offer free diagnostic and proactive memory care to US veterans in the region. The services include … Continue Reading