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Mead Hears Wyoming Range Concerns

Wyoming Range

A delegation of people opposed to plans to drill for natural gas in the upper Hoback River Drainage had an audience yesterday with Wyoming Governor Matt Mead and a couple of close advisors.  So far, the governor has not … Continue Reading

New School Offices?

TCSD

Teton County School District could be in for nearly $2-million dollars in special one-time funding from the state legislature if a request made by the school board is honored.  Representative Keith Gingery says the request was made Monday night in order … Continue Reading

House Sorts Through Budget

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The Wyoming House spent most of yesterday combing through some 60 requests for supplemental funds for projects as part of House Bill One – the 2011 supplemental budget.  Ruth Ann Petroff says what was submitted for consideration is … Continue Reading

Redmond Improvements Planned

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The Jackson Town Council has put together the plan for repairs and improvements on Redmond Street from the Hospital south to Cache Creek Drive.  Mayor Mark Barron explains that the project this summer will repair a leaking water main, but create much overdue sidewalks along the street. Barron says the work will be done with an eye to creating as little disruption as possible to the residents along the street.  The project is expected to occupy most of the summer months this year.

Injunction Overruled

Stephens Creek

A federal judge in Montana has denied a request from environmentalists to halt the shipment of bison to slaughter from the Stephens Creek holding facility near Yellowstone National Park. About 525 bison have been … Continue Reading

Bison Licensing Closing

Applications for the fall bison hunt in Wyoming must be completed by the end of this month.  Wyoming Game and Fish Spokesman Mark Gocke says the application period concludes February 28th.  This time, says Gocke, the Jackson region is … Continue Reading

Ice Rink Free From CO

ice groomer

Recent national news about carbon monoxide poisoning in several of the nation’s ice rinks has caused a number of local residents become concerned about the carbon monoxide levels in Jackson Hole’s own rink at the Snow King Center.  In response, Jackson Hole Fire/EMS Inspector Kathy Clay took … Continue Reading

Land Sale Back To The House

Case

House Bill 156 to authorize the sale of 1400 acres of state land inside Grand Teton National Park to the Interior Department is now headed back to the House for concurrence on minor amendments made in a Senate Committee.  The bill was passed on third reading in the Senate yesterday despite … Continue Reading

Legislature Keeps Budget In Balance

Gingery

The Wyoming House of Representatives has set aside the consideration of issues passed onto them by the Senate in order to take up the supplemental budget.  Representative Keith Gingery explains that while this is not a budget year in the biennium, … Continue Reading

Park Land Sale Passed

GTNP Sign

House Bill 156 to authorize the sale of 1400 acres of state land inside Grand Teton National Park to the Interior Department passed on third reading  in the Senate today despite the efforts of one senator to derail it in its final reading.  However, Senator Cale Case of Fremont County was quick to point out … Continue Reading

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  • Special Weather Statement issued August 22 at 12:08AM MDT by NWS - August 22, 2014 at 6:08 AM
    ...DENSE FOG ON TETON PASS... THE RECENT RAINFALL HAS RESULTED IN A VERY MOIST AIRMASS ACROSS THE AREA ALONG WITH AREAS OF DENSE FOG. WEBCAMS OVER TETON PASS AROUND MIDNIGHT SHOW VERY DENSE FOG. OTHER AREAS OF PATCHY FOG AND REDUCED VISIBILITIES ARE LIKELY AROUND THE AREA THIS MORNING ALONG WITH OCC [...]

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  • Isolated To Scattered Thunderstorms Possible Today - August 21, 2014
    A fast-moving weather system will push through the state of Wyoming today.  The best chance for thunderstorm activity today will be in western and northern parts of the state, where we will see widespread showers and thunderstorms with heavy rain and flash flooding possible.  Central and eastern Wyoming will see mainly isolated thunderstorm activity later […]
  • I can’t wait for rabbit season - August 21, 2014
    There are a lot of hunting seasons just around the corner. The archery antelope and black bear seasons are already under way, and the rifle seasons open for antelope and deer in about a week. Waterfowl season’s quickly approaching, too, and upland birds will be fair game before we know it. But this year, the […]
  • Mainly Isolated Thunderstorms Possible Today - August 20, 2014
    A passing weather system will combine with monsoonal moisture to trigger shower and thunderstorm activity throughout the state today.  Shower and thunderstorm activity will be likely across the western, northern and southern mountain areas (and higher terrain), while mainly isolated thunderstorms will be possible throughout eastern Wyoming.  However, any storms that do develop have the […]
  • Cramming for hunting - August 20, 2014
    My kids aren’t involved in all the things a kid can take part in, but they still keep my wife and me pretty busy. With the activities they do, though, combined with all the commitments Amy and I have, summer sort of got away from us. Now it’s fall, and that means getting the kids […]

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