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State Markets Winter Activities Here

November 16, 2012 Jackson Hole, Lincoln County, State of Wyoming, Sublette County Comments Off
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With ski season about one week away now in Jackson Hole, it is hoped the efforts by the state will help drive skiers from around the country to the hills for the holiday weekend and the weeks of the winter season beyond.  Once again this year, Deputy Travel Director Alan Dubberly says … Continue Reading

Wolf Hunt Described As Evenly Distributed

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Officials with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department say the state’s first wolf hunt has been evenly distributed throughout the Wolf Trophy Game Management Area and Seasonal Wolf Trophy Game Management Area.  According to Game and Fish Large Carnivore Section Supervisor Mark Bruscino, hunters throughout the state have … Continue Reading

Christmas Tree Permits Available From Caribou-Targhee

November 14, 2012 Lincoln County, Teton County, Teton Valley Comments Off
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Caribou-Targhee National Forest, west of Teton Pass, is the latest to announce the sale of Christmas Tree tags for those who wish to cut trees for the season.  Those tags are on sale at a variety of vendor locations, and like the permits on the Bridger-Teton National Forest, these cost … Continue Reading

Firefighting Costs Depleted 2 Years’ Funds

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Wyoming’s State Forester has presented a report to the joint budget committee that underscores what Governor Matt Mead has said about the cost of fighting last summer’s wildfires in the state.  However, Bill Crapser’s report indicates the costs … Continue Reading

Wyoming Wolf Hunt Largely Supported

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A University of Wyoming survey indicates there is strong support for hunting wolves throughout the state.  UW Political Science Professor Jim King says four out of five state residents agree with the plan to allow the hunting of gray wolves in Wyoming.  King says … Continue Reading

Travel Promotion Budget Faces Cuts

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Anticipated state budget cuts could impact Wyoming’s winter marketing to the tune of $ ½-million.  That’s what Teton County lawmakers learned during a meeting with Travel Commission Director Dianne Shober.  State Representative Keith Gingery says at this point, it’s still unknown if … Continue Reading

IPSSSDR Field Over 1/2 Filled

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The deadline for dog teams to sign up for the annual International Pedigree Stage Stop Sled Dog Race is still nearly three weeks away, but already the field is more than half filled.  Currently 13 teams from … Continue Reading

Winter Preparations Should Include Pets

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Snow has already made its first appearance on the mountains above Jackson Hole prompting reminders to residents to adjust their emergency preparedness at home or in the car for the winter.  However, the Federal Emergency Management Agency together with the National Humane Society also point out that extra precautions need to be made for the four-legged family members.  Dogs and cats can be … Continue Reading

Voter Registration Closing Soon

October 18, 2012 Lincoln County, State of Wyoming, Sublette County, Teton County Comments Off
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Wyoming Secretary of State Max Maxfield has announced that Monday, October 22, is the last day to register to vote ahead of the November 6 election.  Maxfield explains that voter registration closes 14 days before the General Election so that … Continue Reading

Rescue for SAR Team

October 18, 2012 Jackson Hole, Lincoln County, State of Wyoming Comments Off
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The Jackson-based Snake River Fund announced this week that it would be donating over $3,000 worth of specialized water rescue equipment to Star Valley Search & Rescue for 2012.  New items include: … Continue Reading

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  • Lummis Defends Wyoming Uranium Jobs - July 11, 2014
    Last night U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis secured language in the Energy and Water Appropriations bill to strengthen the Department of Energy’s legal obligation to consider the health of the United States’ uranium mining industry as it seeks to dispose of excess uranium. Under the Lummis language, a ten percent drop in the price of uranium […]
  • Take some time to relax this summer - July 11, 2014
    Everyone’s busy these days. It seems like all of us are being asked to do twice as much at our jobs as we used to do, but we still have the same amount of time to do it all. And even our time off is hectic, because we’ve got to cram in all the stuff […]
  • Absentee Voting for Primary Election has Begun - July 10, 2014
    Secretary of State Max Maxfield reminds Wyoming voters that the 40-day period for absentee voting for Wyoming’s Primary Election begins on Thursday, July 10, and ends on Monday, August 18, the day before the Primary. “Wyoming offers ‘no excuse’ absentee voting.  This means that any registered voter can call their county clerk and request that […]
  • Summer is tubing season - July 10, 2014
    If you’re really adventurous, you might add some spice to a tubing trip. My friends Blair and Val introduced me to the fine art of river tubing when I was in high school, and looking back, it’s a wonder I lived long enough to graduate. The Wind River winds behind my parents’ house in Riverton, […]

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