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All posts tagged "Wyoming"
PROPS & DISSES
One foot in the Grove The Grove is too far gone to save or scrap. The decision to award a construction contract for the second phase of the maligned affordable housing project is the only reasonable way...
- Posted May 27, 2015
THEM ON US
Paging Dr. Buck Yes, that’s Jackson’s Buck Parker on NBC’s new reality survival show “The Island.” The 41-year-old doctor (Parker is a trauma surgeon now living in Orlando, Florida) managed to escape the first week of his...
- Posted May 27, 2015
THEM ON US
Devil in the details Many online junkies fell for the Photoshopped cloud formation over Devils Tower recently. The photo features Wyoming’s iconic bucking horse and rider logo drifting lazily over the states equally iconic tourist attraction. It...
- Posted April 29, 2015
Jackson, Wyo., gets Jack White
Jackson, Wyoming – Jacksonites have been camped out all day on Glenwood and Broadway Avenues to score $3 tickets to one of two shows Jack White plays today at Pink Garter Theatre. Following his Coachella performance, White...
- Posted April 23, 2015
This Week’s PLANET Picks
When in doubt, look up An artist’s work often reflects the complexion of his environs. Different surroundings, people, and energy all have a way of seeping into the creative process. When photographer Bailey Russel moved from Seattle...
- Posted April 7, 2015
Best of Jackson Hole 2015 Reader’s Choice Poll
People & Living Best Non-profit Gold: Habitat for Humanity Silver: PAWS of Jackson Hole Bronze: Animal Adoption Center Best Charity Event Gold: Old Bill’s Fun Run Silver: Bras for a Cause (Soroptimists) Bronze: Dancing with the...
- Posted March 25, 2015
COWBOY POLITICS: It’s a wrap: Final legislative report
Jackson Hole, Wyoming – The 2015 Wyoming Legislature left Cheyenne right on schedule March 6 with a few things to brag about and a couple of things that could fairly be termed “regrettable.” At the ritual end-of-session...
- Posted March 11, 2015
NEWS FEATURE: Agreeing on science, Budget bill paves way for adoption of updated education standards
Jackson Hole, Wyoming – The tables were turned for Next Generation Science Standards in Wyoming when Governor Matt Mead signed House Bill 23 into law on March 2. This new bill effectively countermands the ramifications of a...
- Posted March 10, 2015
COWBOY POLITICS: Legislature eyes finish line, Science wins, guns heat up the floor
Ban on teaching climate science lifted The 2014 budget bill footnote that barred the State Board of Education from looking at Next Generation Science Standards is gone. HB23 was written by Rep. John Patton of Sheridan to...
- Posted March 3, 2015
2014 A year to forget for wildlife
Jackson Hole, Wyoming – The year 2014 will be remembered as tough on wildlife. From an unfortunate moose fatality in the Gros Ventre to an elk bloodbath in the park to a high-profile grizzly removal, the passing...
- Posted December 31, 2014