This Week in the News&Guide
March 6, 2013
The Wyoming Highway Patrol report chronicles the investigation into Rob Verhaaren’s fatal crash during last fall’s 206-mile bike race from Logan, Utah, to Teton Village. Though Verhaaren died, the Wyoming Transportation Department does not count the wreck as a traffic fatality.
Teton County animal control officer Darren Rudd guesses Jackson Hole’s domestic cat population at least equals its 10,000 dogs — a “conservative estimate,” he said. Cat stewards talk about the joys and perils of keeping company with Felis catus.
Justice on the court
It’s been years since Terry Rogers presided over the 9th District Court as judge, but working as a middle school basketball referee, he still gets to call the shots.
Every year, Teton Adaptive Sports Steep and Deep camp takes wounded warriors and adaptive skiers who want to push their boundaries up the Aerial Tram and into the challenging terrain of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.
Luis Guerrero, Jeff Bratz and Tyson Baker play more than a dozen roles in Off Square Theatre Company’s madcap send-up of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s classic mystery “The Hound of the Baskervilles,” directed by Bob Berky and opening Thursday at the Center for the Arts.