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Swinging Bridge Closed This Week

January 6, 2014 Jackson Hole, State of Wyoming, Teton County Comments Off
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Beginning today, those living along or in areas accessed by the Old Henry’s Road will have to access their homes  from the south end of the road near Horse Creek.  Through this week, the Teton County Road and Levee Department is replacing a broken stringer on the Swinging Bridge and that bridge is closed while the repair work is under way.  County officials assure that the emergency services here are aware of the closure and the alternate access to the area in order to continue to provide emergency services there as necessary.

Liz Cheney Drops Out Of Race

January 6, 2014 Jackson Hole, State of Wyoming Comments Off
Liz-Cheney

Senate Candidate Liz Cheney has announced she will drop out of the race against Incumbent Senator Mike Enzi.  ABC Radio is reporting that in a statement released by her campaign this morning, she confirmed in her own words that she’s leaving the race. She says that serious health issues have recently arisen in our family and under the circumstances, I have decided to discontinue my campaign. Cheney became a resident of Jackson Hole in 2012.

IPSSSDR Contestents Prepare For Race

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The 2014 IPSSSDR begins from downtown Jackson the end of this month. Some early season races in Alaska were cancelled due to poor weather conditions, but there are more races scheduled in which many of this year’s Stage Stop are participating. This provides a chance to … Continue Reading

Recycle Center Accepting Plastic Wrap

January 6, 2014 Jackson Hole, State of Wyoming, Teton County, Town of Jackson Comments Off
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The Teton County Integrated and Solid Waste and Recycling Center has decided to “put the wraps on” a greater variety of plastic grocery bags and plastic wrap that find their way into landfills.  Such commodities are obviously not biodegradable.  Solid Waste and Recycling Outreach Coordinator Mac Dukart explains … Continue Reading

Flu Spreading Across Wyoming

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Cases of influenza have been picking up across the state of Wyoming; and Idaho is reporting its first flu-related death now.  Altogether, Wyoming has recorded over 460 cases of flu, while Wyoming Department of Health Spokesperson Kim Deti says a majority seem to be on the eastern side of the state.  She says there have been only a handful of cases reported in Teton County, but she quickly points out … Continue Reading

Snowpack Still Average or Below

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Despite this week’s snowfall in northwestern Wyoming, snowpack in the region is still lagging slightly behind in some basins and is running about average in others.  According to the Natural Resources Conservation Service, snowpack in the Snake River Basin is … Continue Reading

Weather Elsewhere Snarls Jackson Flights

January 3, 2014 Jackson Hole, State of Wyoming, Town of Jackson Comments Off
flight delays

Winter weather to the east of us has been causing occasional headaches for air travel to and from Jackson Hole.  According to Airport Manager Ray Bishop, flights to and from Denver on New Year’s Day were delayed due to conditions as the storm moved through Colorado.  Yesterday, the storm was … Continue Reading

Propane Rates Increase

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Lower Valley Energy has announced a planned increase in the cost of propane service to customers.  According to a statement from the energy cooperative, a “pass-through” hike of 56¢ per gallon will be imposed beginning January 25th.  According to a news release from the co-op, the increase is the result of a hike in the wholesale price.

2014′s First Jackson Hole Baby Identified

January 3, 2014 Jackson Hole, State of Wyoming, Sublette County Comments Off
baby

Jackson Hole’s first baby of 2014 was born just short of an hour after midnight New Year’s night.  The baby boy, who his parents named Hayden, is the son of Ashton and Jennifer Kozeal of Big Piney, WY. Hayden, weighed in at 7 lbs 3 oz and measured 20.5 inches. As is customary, … Continue Reading

Man Prosecuted for Fossil Smuggling

January 3, 2014 Jackson Hole, State of Wyoming, Teton County, Town of Jackson Comments Off
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A Colorado man with ties to Jackson has pleaded guilty to conspiring to smuggle fossils from China into the United States.  John Richard Rolater who operates “By Nature Gallery” in Jackson now faces sentencing for the felony.  His guilty plea was announced by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Wyoming.  The investigation was conducted by … Continue Reading

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  • Warmer Today; Thunderstorms Possible in West & Over Mountains, But Infrequent - August 1, 2014
    Temperatures will warm up through Friday and the weekend ahead.  The chance for thunderstorms today will be low overall, but far western and the state’s mountains (and higher terrain) areas are in the low chance.  Higher pressure and less moisture will be available for Saturday and Sunday, offering more sunshine.  Temperatures will rise further into […]
  • Archery season’s almost here - August 1, 2014
    It’s only two weeks until the hunting season starts again. Actually, a few bear areas are open for archery now. One of these days, I’ll get serious about bear hunting, but right now, I’m much more focused on antelope, elk, and deer. And antelope opens for archery on the fifteenth of this month. Then two […]
  • Cowboy Basketball Releases Schedule for 2014-2015 Season - July 31, 2014
    The University of Wyoming men’s basketball team announced the Cowboys’ 2014-15 slate Thursday. The Pokes will contest 11 games against teams that participated in the postseason last year, including 13 matchups versus teams with 20 or more wins and eight games with teams ranked in the nation’s top 30. 2014-2015 University of Wyoming Men’s Basketball […]
  • Video of Candidate Forums Available Online - July 31, 2014
    Video of League of Women Voters forums for 2014 candidates for Secretary of State, Superintendent of Public Instruction and Governor are available online. The forums for Secretary of State and Superintendent were recorded on July 28, and the forum for gubernatorial candidates was recorded on July 29. Both were in the Laramie County Commission hearing room in Cheyenne and were moderated by […]

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