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TAXABLE SALES REPORTED TO WYOMING’S Department of Revenue and Taxation in September totaled $257.2 million, an extremely healthy 27% increase over the amount reported in September 2020. A one-ish-month lag separates actual sales and when taxes are reported by the state, so September’s number…

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When members of the 1872 Hayden Geological Survey first attempted to ascend the Grand Teton, they found “the enclosure,” an ellipse of vertical granite slabs built by native explorers. For as long as humans have traveled through Jackson Hole, they have climbed in the Tetons.

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THE AUGUST ENPLANEMENT COUNT AT Jackson Hole Airport totaled 74,093, over 33,000 more than the number of enplanements during the COVID-ravaged month of August 2020. To put August 2021’s enplanement figure in perspective, it is not only the airport’s by-far-highest August enplanement count — …

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A Wilson company called Mia Share that provides custom tuition solutions for trade and technical schools won the judges’ vote and audience vote Tuesday night at Pitch Day, an annual Silicon Couloir competition for entrepreneurs.

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Once a year, Silicon Couloir brings entrepreneurs from the Jackson Hole area onstage to present their businesses to judges and a general audience

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For Corey Milligan one of the best things about being named Business Person of the Year by the Teton Board of Realtors was seeing the Bar J Wranglers perform at the awards event.

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JACKSON HOLE AIRPORT’S ENPLANEMENT count in July totaled 85,037, over 54,000 more than the total for the COVID-19-ravaged month of July 2020. To put July 2021’s enplanement figure in perspective, it is not only the airport’s by-far highest July enplanement count — crushing July 2019 by 34% —…

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Wyoming’s cryptocurrency sector is concerned for its future after a Sen. Cynthia Lummis-backed amendment to new tax reporting requirements failed to be attached to a sweeping $1 trillion infrastructure package the Senate passed last week.

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TAXABLE SALES REPORTED TO Wyoming’s Department of Revenue and Taxation in July totaled $234.4 million, a jaw-dropping 94% increase over the amount reported in July 2020. A lag of about a month separates actual sales from when taxes are reported by the state, so July’s number generally reflec…

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When COVID-19 arrived last spring the Jackson Hole real estate market was expected by the experts to take a big dive, to be thrown into a tailspin by the virus and the resulting scare, the shutdowns, the shortages.

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The audience was on to something. In September 2018 people attending Silicon Couloir’s eighth annual Pitch Day voted for Irene Griswold-Prenner’s Nitrome Biosciences more than any other business competing that day. Less than 18 months later Nitrome raised $38 million from investors to fund i…

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TAXABLE SALES REPORTED TO Wyoming’s Department of Revenue and Taxation in June totaled $139.1 million, a jaw-dropping 91 percent increase over the amount reported in June 2020. A one-ish month lag separates actual sales and when taxes are reported by the state, so June’s number generally ref…