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Wyoming Likes Its Governor

While there has been a lot of grumbling about our political leaders around the country, a recent survey shows that Wyoming’s Governor Mark Gordon is one of the three most popular governors in the country. …

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Freedom Man Must Stop Practicing Law

February 6, 2020

The Wyoming Supreme Court has issued an order enjoining Freedom resident, Clyde Wallace Stock, from engaging in the unauthorized practice of law. Stock, a retired dentist, prepared a trust agreement for two elderly Freedom residents. The …

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Fire Department Reminds On Heaters

With the onset of more frigid temperatures, area many residents are looking for ways to augment their home heating. Teton County Fire Marshal Kathy Clay says when doing so, there are some clear cautions that …

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Caucus Coming In March

February 5, 2020

On a scale of one to five, who are your favorite candidates for the Democratic nomination? That’s how Wyoming’s Democrats will be voting in the upcoming caucus, much like how they did in the just-completed …

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Pathway Closed For Baseball Construction

February 3, 2020

Teton County/Jackson Parks and Recreation Department and Teton County School District have announced the pathway between the Giant’s Field and the School District bus parking area that runs north/south will be closed starting today. The …

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Lady Broncs Pick Up Win

The Lady Broncs picked up their second win of the season in thrilling fashion, edging the Evanston Red Devils at home Saturday afternoon by a 47-45 score. Jackson controlled the play for much of the …

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Four Seasons Gets Five Diamonds

February 21, 2020

The Four Seasons Resort and Residencies Jackson Hole in Teton Village was the only property in Wyoming to receive AAA Auto Club’s prestigious 5-Diamond Award for another year in a row since 2006. Five Diamond hotels, …

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Valley Students In Model UN

February 20, 2020

InterConnections 21 and the Jackson Hole High School UN Club led a team of 21 students from Jackson Hole High School, Jackson Hole Community School, and Mountain Academy to the University of Toronto Model United Nations conference in Toronto …

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Oh Deer!

Police work in Jackson Hole can be somewhat different from what you might find in other communities. On February 15th at a little past midnight, Officer Edward Gerlach responded to a deer that had somehow …

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Is Timing Right To End DST?

February 19, 2020

A bill to withdraw Wyoming from the Daylight-Saving Time program has been placed in general file in the House with a recommended “do Pass.”  The bill points out that the federal Uniform Time Act of …

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