Gas Prices In Jackson

February 5, 2019

Gasoline prices continue to fall in Jackson Hole while the national average remained steady. Amerine Woodyard of the Energy Information Administration in Washington D.C. says the national average for a gallon of unleaded regular gasoline …

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Hoeninghausen  Big WYO Winner

Director of Sales & Marketing at Xanterra in Yellowstone National Park Rick Hoeninghausen was named this year’s recipient of the annual “Big WYO” award.  Each year, the “Big WYO” award is sponsored by the Wyoming Lodging and Restaurant Association and …

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R Park Installing Art

February 4, 2019

Rendezvous Park is partnering with the Village Road Coalition, an organization committed to the promotion of wildlife protection along highway corridors, to install a reflective moose cut-out near the park. The artwork itself is being launched …

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Speech Team Takes Second In Casper

The Jackson Hole High School Speech and Debate Team maintained their successful 2018-2019 season, earning 2nd place in the 3A Mustang Classic, held at Natrona County High School in Casper over the weekend. This meet …

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BLM To Hear Protest On Leases

February 1, 2019

The Bureau of Land Management has started a 30-day protest period for a mid-March lease sale that includes 148,908 acres of public land between Rock Springs and Hoback Junction. The area includes a variety of …

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Riot Act Moves To The Center

January 31, 2019

Today, Riot Act, Inc. announced that they will be the newest Resident organization of the Center for the Arts as of February 1. Now in its 16th season, Riot Act, Inc. is pleased to move …

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Tourism Touts History

The year ahead looks to be an exciting one in terms of major milestones involving Wyoming’s culture. The Wyoming office of Tourism lists a variety of anniversaries, straight out of the history books. Of note …

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