Grand Teton National Park is hosting a public scoping meeting to discuss plans to preserve or restore various historic structures within the park. Over the years, the national park’s emphasis has been … Continue Reading
WY22: Open BOTH DIRECTIONS between Jackson and the Idaho State Line. 08-FEB 03:35
Traffic through the Jackson Hole Airport apparently is not quickly recovering from the recession – but at least it is improving gradually according to the monthly report to the airport board. According to the monthly enplanement/deplanement report, the number of those catching flights out of the valley … Continue Reading
The Wyoming Department of Transportation has scheduled a closure of Teton Pass for Tuesday at 3:00am for avalanche control. Snow slides that reach the highway may prolong the closure and deteriorating weather conditions may force an earlier closure. Highway travelers and backcountry users are being advised to plan accordingly.
Two Wyomingites have already died as the result of this year’s flu season. While not much has been heard about flu season so far this year, the Wyoming Department of Health says there has been a significant increase in influenza reports in just the last couple weeks. Health officials say … Continue Reading
The “Transfer of State Lands” bill authorizing completion of the sale of state land inside Grand Teton National Park to the federal government cleared the Wyoming House Friday with a vote of 46 to 11 and is on its way to the Senate. The bill’s sponsor, Representative Ruth Ann Petroff says … Continue Reading
According to the Irish Times website, The Belfast-born musician was found dead in his hotel room in the Costa Del Sol city of Estepona early in the morning. An autopsy was scheduled.
Moore was a member Skid Row and later brought into Irish rock band Thin Lizzy, best known for “The Boys Are Back in Town.”
Moore had a number of solo albums including the 1990 “Still Got the Blues”. He also appeared with the Traveling Wilburys Vol. 3 album.
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