• Photo cutline: Every course is a stroll into savory bliss at The Wild Sage.
Photo credit: Geraldine Mishev
    FOOD NEWS: Wonders of Wild Sage

    The Wild Sage had me at the fresh white peonies in the bathroom. And then there was the French maitre d’ who refilled our stemmed water glasses with more pomp, circumstance, and flair than I’ve ever imagined...

    • Posted March 19, 2013
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  • SNOWPACK: Better Days

    Last week, after two days of delayed openings on the tram because Rendezvous Bowl was so icy people would slide all the way to the bottom, a stormy day with up to 78 mile per hour winds...

    • Posted March 19, 2013
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    GET OUT: Rock Creek one of 28

    I’ve been into Rock Creek quite a few times – a-horseback, on a mountain bike, and walking – but to see it, or any other familiar trail, out-of-season always makes it a fresh experience. Most folks would...

    • Posted March 19, 2013
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    THEM ON US: The Vagina Police Logs

    The Vagina Police Logs: cocked and loaded Oklahoma coppers bust woman who was found packing bags of meth up her bum. Gross, but still not the punch line. A further cavity search turned up a .22-caliber handgun...

    • Posted March 19, 2013
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    PROPS & DISSES: Blowing money plowing roads

    Blowing money plowing roads (DISS) A town bailing out the federal government is bad precedent. Rushing to get a jump on that ‘lucrative’ May tourist travel is inane. The notion that puny municipal organizations like a chamber...

    • Posted March 19, 2013
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    COYOTE UGLY: Wyoming’s legacy of brutality

    Part 2 in a series: Wildlife Services was known as Animal Damage Control from 1895 to 1997. Its primary statutory authorities now stem mainly from the 1931 Animal Damage Control Act. In 1995, President Clinton moved the...

    • Posted March 19, 2013
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    Park responds to hunter-grizzly incident; changes made to elk hunt

    Grand Teton National Park officials today announced significant changes will be made to the controversial elk reduction program, which allows hunting within the national park in late fall. Park officials will limit the amount of ammunition hunters...

    • Posted March 13, 2013
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  • PROPS & DISSES: Mack attack

      Mack Attack (DISS) Peter Moyer is fit to be (Woolly Bugger) tied. He’s been bending YNP Superintendent Dan Wenk’s ear about the all-out war being waged on Yellowstone lake trout. Moyer isn’t buying the smear campaign...

    • Posted March 13, 2013
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  • SNOW PACK: Expert paradox

    So far this season, in Rendezvous Bowl, 311 inches of snowfall has settled to 81 inches. Throughout the mountain ranges surrounding Jackson snow depths, at 9,000 feet, range from 5 to 8 feet. The majority of the...

    • Posted March 12, 2013
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    THEM ON US: Riding for the Brand

    Not even coal for Christmas China may not get their Wyoming coal after all. Shipping difficulties stand in the way of a proposed deal to sell coal mined in Wyoming to markets in Asia. With domestic demand...

    • Posted March 12, 2013
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