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Gov: ‘Jackson Hole open for business’, overblown headlines may impede summer tourism.
JACKSON HOLE, WYOMING – After touring the Budge Drive landslide on Monday, Governor Matt Mead said, “It was dramatic to see it in person.” Mead also praised local officials for their diligent work and emphasized that it’s...
- Posted April 28, 2014
The Buzz: No final agreement
Jackson Hole, Wyo.-On Dec. 10, a document mysteriously appeared on my desk at JH Weekly. The cover read “USDA Draft Environmental Impact Statement: Eagle Prospect and Noble Basin Master Development Plan Project.” Having just written a cover...
- Posted December 10, 2010
Not your average tree huggers
Jackson Hole, Wyo.-Light glints off Daniel Smitherman Jr.’s spectacles as he bows his head. After a moment’s reflection, he says, “The sense of peace I get when I am in the Noble Basin is tremendous. I always...
- Posted December 8, 2010