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Speeds Set For Subdivisions

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Drivers through Wyoming’s subdivisions will have to face state traffic laws under a Senate bill passed by the House of Representatives as well this week.  Representative Keith Gingery explains that the bill sets a maximum speed limit … Continue Reading

Airport Safety Improvements Eyed

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The Jackson Hole Airport Board is looking at the possibility of paving a 700-foot overrun on the southern end of the runway.  The idea is one of about ten that have emerged from a recent safety audit and results … Continue Reading

UW Announces Fall Graduates

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Seven local students graduated from the University of Wyoming at the end of the  2010 fall semester.  The university listed those achieving Bachelor of Science Degrees as Colby Bancroft, Andrew Knapp, Nicole Rice, Sean E. Ryan, and Arianne Bryant.  Meanwhile, Gary Lindeburg was conferred a Bachelor of Arts Degree and Chad Ransom received a certificate.

Fraudulent Calls Blanket Area

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Jackson Hole law enforcement agencies have received numerous calls from area banks and residents regarding a rash of calls being made to cell phones asking for personal VISA card information.  DO NOT give out any information! Instead, call your bank.

Marriage Bill Still Evolving

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When House Bill 74, the Validity of Marriages bill, returns to the Senate Floor Friday for third reading, it likely to look much different from what originally was passed out of the House.  Teton County Senator Leland Christiansen says in the first two readings, much has been stripped … Continue Reading

Schweitzer Says Enough Is Enough

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Fed up with the inaction of the Interior Department in dealing with the listing of wolves in the Rocky Mountain States, Montana Governor Brian Schweitzer informed Interior Secretary Ken Salazar he was ordering the state Fish Wildlife and Parks wardens to stop prosecuting … Continue Reading

Barrasso Issues Marching Orders

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Senator John Barrasso confronted US Fish and Wildlife Service Director Nominee Dan Ashe about the ongoing protection of gray wolves in the Greater Yellowstone Area.  During a confirmation hearing by the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works … Continue Reading

Bison May Not Ship

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Now that the court has cleared the way for brucellosis-infected bison at the Stephens Creek Corrals on the north end of Yellowstone National Park to be shipped to slaughter, they won’t be able to be transported through Montana.  Governor Brian Schweitzer issued an executive order … Continue Reading

Still Awaiting Crime Lab

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There are still no results from the Wyoming Crime Lab’s tests on evidence collected in connection with the shooting incident last month involving a 19-year-old Jackson man, which left him hospitalized with a shoulder injury.  Jackson Police Chief Todd Smith says the investigation … Continue Reading

Coroner Privacy Approved

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A Senate Committee has voted to support legislation increasing privacy in the offices of Wyoming coroners yesterday.  Representative Keith Gingery who sponsored House Bill 42 says increasing the information and materials that coroners can keep secret … Continue Reading

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  • Cool And Still Breezy At Times - November 20, 2014
    High pressure will be the main weather feature across much of the state today.  Expect partly to mostly sunny skies, mainly dry weather conditions, and near or slightly above normal temperatures.  Winds, however, could still be breezy to gusty at times.  Expect gusting between 35 and 50 mph across central and southeastern Wyoming this morning […]
  • Don’t commercialize hunting - November 20, 2014
    The state of New Jersey is dealing with a huge whitetail deer overpopulation problem. To get more people to get out and hunt those deer, and hopefully bring the population down to a more manageable level, the state is toying with the idea of allowing the commercial sale of meat from wild deer. It’s a […]
  • Mostly Sunny And Seasonal, Still Windy At Times - November 19, 2014
    High pressure will continue to build over the state of Wyoming today.  Expect sunny to mostly sunny skies and mainly dry conditions for much of the state.  The one exception will be in far northeastern portions of the state, where early flurries or light snow showers are possible.  Winds will also be breezy to gusty […]
  • The cold finally got the ducks moving - November 19, 2014
    If you’re like me, you welcomed last week’s cold snap. High temperatures in the single digits and lows colder than 10 below are welcome conditions for duck hunters. Throw in a little snow, and it’s just an added bonus. And reports show that this cold snap did exactly what we were hoping for. It got […]

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