(CHEYENNE) Governor Matt Mead signed the act passed this session by the state legislature to clear the way for the state and the Interior Department to exchange land parcels in order to keep school sections owned by the state within the protection of Grand Teton National Park. Teton County Senator Leland Christensen and Jackson Representative Ruth Ann Petroff were … Continue Reading
(DENVER) Visitation figures from Yellowstone National Park indicate a drop last month in recreational visits to the park. According to statistics posted by the National Park Service Visitor Use Statistics office, almost 3,000 fewer visitors entered the park during the month for … Continue Reading
(MOOSE) Spring break for college students has developed a reputation all of its own. However, Grand Teton National Park four years ago developed a program that provides a valuable alternative to the carousing that stereotypically has come to represent spring break. It is called … Continue Reading
(JACKSON) The Town of Jackson this year celebrates its centennial year with a variety of events either planned or currently in the planning stages. The kick-off event, says Centennial Committee Chairman Ed Liebzeit takes place this evening beginning 5:00 pm at the Wort Hotel which offers an opportunity for community members to share stores and reminisce about the town’s earlier years. He explains primarily, it is … Continue Reading
(POWELL) The Jackson Hole High School Speech and Debate team placed second at the Panther Classic, held at Powell High School Friday and Saturday. Jackson was outscored by Rawlins by a single point, earning 23 to Jackson’s 22 sweepstakes points. However, … Continue Reading
(MOUNTAIN VIEW) In regional basketball this weekend, the Bronc Boys were defeated in their first round, falling to Star Valley 55 to 45, beat Pinedale in the second round 74 to 37 but then lost to Powell 60 to 56. The girls went down to Powell 50 to 35, and then to Lander 45 to 41.
(Burley, ID) The Bureau of Reclamation office in Burley, Idaho this week has been able to provide some positive news about the prospects this summer for the reservoirs making up the Minidoka Project. Spokesman Mike Beus says with the amounts of snow being measured in the Natural Resource Conservation Service measuring sites, it now appears Jackson Lake and the reservoirs downstream will … Continue Reading
(JACKSON) There was more positive growth in Jackson Hole Airport business during February. According to the monthly report to the airport board, the number of passengers arriving on flights was up by 14% and the number of those departing was up by nine percent over the same month last year. That comes on top of … Continue Reading
(CHEYENNE) It was an uphill battle, but after hours of hashing over Senate File 39, a conference committee reached unanimous agreement on the provisions for an exchange for land in Grand Teton National Park between the state and the Interior Department. Teton County Senator Leland Christensen, who sponsored the bill, says reaching that agreement was anything but easy. Christensen says there were … Continue Reading
Red Flag Warnings In Effect; Isolated Thunderstorms Possible Across Southeast Wyoming - July 25, 2014 The National Weather Service has issued Red Flag Warnings for parts of central and south-central Wyoming through today. With drier conditions and breezy to gusty winds, there is an increased risk for initiation and the spread of wild fires. Temperatures will remain quite warm to hot, with highs in the 80′s to low 90′s for […]
Diapers weren’t a magic bullet for staying cool - July 25, 2014 I promised you yesterday that I’d test a new product to see how well it works to keep you cool when the temperatures climb toward triple digits. In case you missed it, yesterday I talked about seeing an ad on TV for a new type of training pants. The ad said, and I quote, […]
I’ll try anything to stay cool in the summer - July 24, 2014 I recently saw an advertisement for a product that’s sure to be a big hit with outdoorsmen. Especially those of us who stomp around in the woods when the temperatures climb into the nineties. Last weekend, I found myself sitting in jeans, boots, a long-sleeved shirt and a cowboy hat at Cheyenne Frontier Days. While […]
Start honing your archery skills now - July 23, 2014 Don’t just let that bow sit in the closet or out in the garage all summer. Dust off the case, take the bow out and get some practice. There are dozens of archery ranges around the state where you can practice shooting in the off season. If you don’t know where the one closest to […]
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