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After a few days of cold, dry weather more snow is on the way. Conditions have been looking good throughout the area …

Pam Douglas sat on a stool in front of a backdrop, leaned close to her dog, Bode, and looked…

A losing team often craves a rematch, but rarely gets one. The Lady Broncs basketball team g…

    68 skiers took part Saturday in Betty Woolsey's memorial Nordic ski race. Woolsey, who purchased the Trail Creek Ranch in the early 1940s, worked with the Jackson Hole Land Trust before her death in 1997 to preserve the 270-acre ranch.

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    With riders bucked from horses, skiers crashing on course and teams amazing the crowd with clean, fast runs, skijoring returned to Jackson in …

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    After a few days of cold, dry weather more snow is on the way. Conditions have been looking …

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    The future of Snow King ski area, our Town Hill, is on the line. The Snow King Resort Master Association, aka SKRMA, has submitted an application to the Jackson Town Council to amend the 2000 …

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    End brutal ‘coyote whacking’

    Over the last year there has been a proliferation of Wyoming social media posts displaying despicable acts of animal cruelty, including coyote-killing contests and chasing coyotes for miles with snowmobiles and then running them over. These senseless acts have tarnished Wyoming’s reputation. Not only do they fail to comport with “fair chase” hunting, but researchers have correlated violence against animals with domestic abuse and other criminal behaviors.

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    Should the state legislature pass Senate File 49, a bill that strips zoning authority over some private schools from counties? See the cover for more detail on the bill and its implications.

    Last week's question: What will you write your Wyoming Legislator about this session? Last week's answers: Education, 6 votes (7%) • Revenue, 10 votes (12%) • State amphibian, 8 votes (10%) • Health, 7 votes (9%) • Environment, 21 votes (25%) • Permanent Daylight Savings Time for the state, 31 votes (27%)

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