Print This Page >
This Week in the News&Guide
Date: December 12, 2012
Hunt hits park packs
At least 10 collared wolves that frequent Grand Teton and Yellowstone national parks have been legally gunned down this hunting season. Conser-vation groups call for a buffer zone with limited hunting, but wildlife managers say the losses are unavoidable and biologically insignificant.
The phrase “winter’s coming” held a special horror for writer and gear shop employee Kate Hull. She got her front-wheel-drive SUV stuck on Teton Pass and asked questions like “What is pow?” but ultimately embraced the white stuff.
The Jackson Hole Moose Hockey team remains undefeated after sweeping the Sun Valley, Idaho, Suns last weekend. Friday night the Moose won in an exciting shootout before summarily finishing their rivals off Saturday.
Eight months after Sally Francklyn took a scary fall down Once is Enough couloir that fractured her skull and a vertebra and punctured her lung, among other injuries, she returned to Jackson to say thank you to the people who helped save her life.
Friends remember Mardy Murie as a tireless conservationist, a great conversationalist and a mean baker. Celebrate all aspects of her life Saturday at the fourth annual Murie Center Holiday Cookie Swap.