The weekend’s cutter races put on by the Jackson Hole Shrine Club are being termed a success by organizers, with 28 teams participating Saturday and 27 on Sunday. Profits from the 40th annual race … Continue Reading
Governor Matt Mead signed the bill Friday morning making it possible for 1400 acres of state land inside Grand Teton National Park to be sold to the Interior Department without it having to be put out to open bid. The $107-million dollars to be realized from that sale … Continue Reading
It was a loss for the girls but a win for the boys Friday night as the Broncs faced Mountain View at home. The girls played hard but couldn’t keep pace with the powerhouse Buffalos, losing the game 31 to 55. The boys, on the other hand, over ran the Buffs 72 to 60. The Broncs next play Lyman on Tuesday, once again at home, observing senior night to honor those on the team who will be graduating at the end of the schoolyear.
Even though Leland Christiansen voted against it, the Wyoming Senate Friday passed a highly-amended version of House Bill 74. The bill will now go to a conference committee. Christiansen says he voted against the measure since he believes the bill only clouds the issue as it is addressed in current Wyoming law. He says the question comes down two issues: the legal standing of a gay marriage and the standing of plural marriages. With that in mind, Christiansen says he believes the existing law “probably leaves us in the best place.”