To achieve its mission to reduce the amount of waste sent to the landfill, Teton County Integrated Solid Waste and Recycling would like to make residents aware of a zero-waste initiative that can help consumers stop unsolicited … Continue Reading
The Teton County Coroners’ office is looking into the death of a 37-year-old Jackson Hole man who was found dead at his home yesterday afternoon. Joe Casey was found deceased by his employer about 4:15 Monday afternoon when he went to check up on Casey. Casey had recently been … Continue Reading
The Jackson Hole Conservation Alliance has redoubled its efforts to keep the Bridger-Teton National Forest Supervisor’s Office in Jackson. Now that the proposed Bridger-Teton/Caribou-Targhee merger has been nixed, Alliance officials say that same sort of collaborative effort that helped defeat that plan needs to be … Continue Reading
Beginning with opening ceremonies tonight, the 2013 Special Olympics Wyoming Winter Games begin in Jackson Hole. More than 300 Special Olympics Wyoming athletes, coaches and partners from all over the Cowboy State are in Jackson for this year’s Winter Games competition. Teams competing in this year’s Winter Games hail from … Continue Reading
A mountain lion hunting area south of Jackson was closed Sunday because the annual mortality quota of six lions was reached. Hunt Area 29 generally includes the Hoback River drainage with the southern Gros Ventre Mountains and northern Wyoming Range. It also includes the Snake River Range south to the Snake River Canyon. Wyoming Game and Fish Spokesman Mark Gocke says the hunt area will not reopen again until next season.
The Jackson Hole Ski & Snowboard Club’s Nordic Program raced in the second Intermountain Junior National Qualifier at the Soldier Hollow Super Qualifier in Soldier Hollow, Utah this past weekend. This event is one of the biggest Nordic Ski races in the country, bringing in almost … Continue Reading
Cub Scout awarded for saving toddler, Eagle Scout give out blankets to Children in Hospital, Local Scouts collect turkeys for Sandy victims, Scout collects shoes for the needy, Scout saves four year old girl from drowning — the headlines across the nation speak regularly of young men prepared and willing to serve their communities. Sunday began National Boy Scout week celebrating the 103rd anniversary of the program. Here in Jackson, … Continue Reading
It was a prolific weekend in basketball in Jackson beginning with a meeting of the Broncs – Cody Broncs up against the Jackson Broncs. On Friday, the girls won 42 to 39 over Cody, and then the boys went on to beat Cody 65 to 44. The girls weren’t as fortunate Saturday as they lost to the Powell Panthers 42 to 35 but the boys went on to beat the Panthers 50 to 48.