• Photo cutline: Under new federal rules, immigrants follow the above filing process to enroll in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. The Wyoming Department of Transportation has denied licenses to multiple immigrants enrolled in the program, prompting objections from immigration lawyers.
Photo credit: Courtesy United States Customs and Immigration Service
    LICENSE TO DREAM: Dreamers seek driver’s licenses in Wyoming

    A WyoFile Report The state of Wyoming is refusing to issue driver’s licenses to young immigrants who are legally authorized by a new program to live and work in the United States. A group of immigration lawyers...

    • Posted March 26, 2013
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  • RoboBroncs display the right stuff in Salt Lake.
    RoboBroncs qualify for international competition

    The high school robotics club secured a 13th-place finish out of 44 teams overall competing in the Utah Regional competition of FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology). The RoboBroncs’ creation, ‘Cowboy Joe,’ performed admirably in...

    • Posted March 26, 2013
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    VIDEO: Bald eagle takes flight

    JACKSON HOLE, WYO – In front of a crowd of 40 or so, Teton Raptor Center members released a rehabilitated bald eagle after it spent a month at their facilities in Wilson. The...

    • Posted March 26, 2013
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  • Derek Huffsmith and Bill Briggs rock another Sunday night at The Coach. (photo Judd Grossman)
    REVIEW: Stagecoach Band still fresh

    As I pull up to the Stagecoach Bar in Wilson on Sunday night I see the cars parked on the street and my innate fear of crowded bars filled with people who are cooler than me, and...

    • Posted March 25, 2013
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  • Bald eagle test flight at TRC (Ian Dolly)
    Recovered bald eagle to be released today

    JACKSON HOLE, WYO – A recovered bald eagle will be released late today by Teton Raptor Center (TRC) after nearly a month on the mend. It will mark the ninth time in 2013 that a rehabilitated bird...

    • Posted March 24, 2013
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    ‘Music on Main’ summer lineup set

    The summer lineup for Music on Main has just been announced and, judging from the diversity, the 2013 summer concert season over the hill should be the most eclectic ever. The Teton Valley Foundation (TVF) is steering...

    • Posted March 22, 2013
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    Local gymnasts storm podium at State

    The Axis gymnastics team put on an impressive showing last weekend in Rock Springs for the State Championships. The Level 4 and Level 7 teams both finished in second place overall while individual titles were earned in...

    • Posted March 21, 2013
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  • REDNECK PERSPECTIVE: Higher thinking at hot yoga

    I stopped by Shades to scan the selection of day-olds. Lisa was in back so Susie snagged me a muffin. “It’s bran,” I complained indignantly. “I was hoping for orange poppy seed.” “Those sold out,” she explained...

    • Posted March 19, 2013
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  • South of France play Juggernauts benefit.
    MUSIC BOX: South of France plays Juggernaut’s party

    When producer/multi-instrumentalist Jeff Cormack first scored transitional music for a Teton Gravity Research ski flick, his indie noise pop project, South of France, was just a seed. It was when TGR’s The Dream Factory rolled around that,...

    • Posted March 19, 2013
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  • GUEST OPINION: New study shows cell phones cook your brain

    A recent study from Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center is sending shockwaves around the world. Kettering radiation physicist David Gultekin, working with Bell Labs electrical engineer Lothar Moeller, reported this month that normal working cell phones can create tiny...

    • Posted March 19, 2013
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