The time of year has arrived with enforcement is being stepped up for parking limitations in downtown Jackson; especially the three-hour limits. Police Lieutenant Cole Nethercott explains that the goal of the ordinance is to … Continue Reading
Jackson residents may remember two years ago at this time when a pastor from Wichita, Kansas and a group of protesters with him set up picket lines to protest a doctor who performs abortions. Due to other activities on the town square, they were they were issued … Continue Reading
Students from local schools have again provided their artistic talents to dress up reusable tote bags to be given away at local grocery stores and be used rather than plastic bags for repeated shopping trips. Beginning Saturday, 500 bags are to be distributed at Jackson Whole Grocer beginning 9:30 am – no purchase is required. Since 2006, organizer Jim LaRue and students have given away approximately 55-hundred free tote bags at local area grocery stores.
Wyoming’s U.S. Senator John Barrasso, Ranking Member on the Subcommittee on Transportation and Infrastructure, is praising the Senate for their passage of the bipartisan Water Resources Development Act by a vote of 83 to 14. Barrasso says the legislation will … Continue Reading
The meeting this week of the Wyoming Joint Judiciary Interim Committee is being termed a success by Co-chairman Keith Gingery. Gingery says the group of legislators considered a variety of topics including sobriety programs, controlled substances, post-conviction relief, aggravated assault, and Title 25 mental health legislation. In their consideration of … Continue Reading
Organizers of JacksonHoleLive announced that the July 4th JacksonHoleLive concert will feature Old Crow Medicine Show, The Young Dubliners, Parker Milsap, and the Grand Teton Music Festival Orchestra, performing live via simulcast from Walk Festival Hall, as part of … Continue Reading
Not surprisingly, Sequestration was on the minds of the superintendents of Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks as they addressed the Jackson Hole Lunchtime Rotary Club Tuesday. Both praised the participation of the local communities and foundations for … Continue Reading
Scouts and Scout Leaders are in the midst this week of bundling, weighing, and tagging antlers to be sold at auction Saturday morning. The task comes on the heels of several evenings and one full day combing the refuge for shed antlers to be included in that sale. Altogether, Refuge Spokesperson Lori Iverson says the project involves a lot of hours on the parts of the volunteers. Iverson says altogether, the Jackson District Boy Scouts donate 2000 hours or more which would be equivalent to a full-time refuge employee working a 40-hour week. The yield from the annual sale varies from year to year, but frequently represents some high dollar amounts. However, Iverson points out the scouts only get a fraction of the money to help pay their national fees. Iverson says that amounted to about 20% of the gross sales in the past, but the refuge has revised the memorandum of understanding with the Boy Scouts increasing that to 25% reflecting the increase in dues that the district has struggled to pay over the past few years. Iverson says in the past year, money raised by the Scout event has been used to purchase mat tracks for the tractors used in distributing feed to the elk, for new radio collars for tracking the elk, and to pay the salaries of irrigators as the refuge raises natural forage for the wintering herd. The antler auction begins at 10:00 am Saturday.
Excellent weekend weather helped draw out a large number of area residents to participate in the 45th annual clean-up weekend. Coordinator Bob Norton says it is difficult to know just how many participants there were but he estimates there were 500 or more volunteers on hand for the effort. Norton says a lot of areas were … Continue Reading
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