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THE MARCH ENPLANEMENT COUNT AT Jackson Hole Airport totaled 42,218, 61% more than in March 2020. We have reached a turning point in pandemic-era data. March 2020 was the month in which COVID-19 first started affecting Jackson Hole, so tourism and other economic data took a plunge starting mi…

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A few years ago the idea that someone would shop for your groceries for you, then hand-deliver them to your door might have seemed like the most high-class form of luxury.

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TAXABLE SALES REPORTED TO WYOMING’S Department of Revenue and Taxation in March totaled $139.3 million, a healthy 9.8% increase over the amount reported in March 2020. A lag of about a month separates actual sales and when taxes are reported by the state, so March’s number generally reflects…

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A remarkable thing happened when the Business Roundtable Group met in 2019. The Business Roundtable is composed of CEOs drawn from the world’s largest companies, representing a wide spectrum of industry sectors. However, in 2019 CEOs agreed that corporations should endeavor to benefit societ…

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LARAMIE — In 2005, back when she worked on a wildland fire crew on the Bridger-Teton National Forest, Emily Parsons remembers spending her downtime one day staring at the sky and pondering the unisex pants issued to crew members.

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THE FEBRUARY ENPLANEMENT COUNT at Jackson Hole Airport totaled 33,692, down 21% from February 2020. The first few months of COVID-19-related shutdowns wreaked havoc on activity at the airport. While the last five months’ counts are still significantly below those of a year earlier, the rate …

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The retail industry has undergone rapid transformations during the pandemic, particularly with the skyrocketing performance of e-commerce. Local clothing businesses in Jackson Hole are keeping up with the trend: Penny Lane, Terra and Altitude are some of the small clothing stores that have f…

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This week we introduce Visionary Ventures, a monthly column written by the staff of Silicon Couloir, a nonprofit whose mission is to nurture entrepreneurship in the region. Visionary Ventures will run the third Wednesday of every month, exploring topics relevant to new and long-standing busi…

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TAXABLE SALES REPORTED TO Wyoming’s Department of Revenue and Taxation in February totaled $160.5 million, a whopping 35% increase over the amount reported in February 2020. A one-ish-month lag separates actual sales and when taxes are reported by the state, so February’s number generally re…

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THE JANUARY ENPLANEMENT COUNT at Jackson Hole Airport totaled 32,987, down 19% from January 2020. The first few months of COVID-19-related shutdowns wreaked havoc on activity at the airport. While the last four months’ counts are still significantly below those of a year earlier, the rate of…

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The owners of two popular restaurants in Jackson Hole are opening another in Wyoming’s neighbor to the east. And not only that, they’re integrating it with an on-site vertical greenhouse.

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TAXABLE SALES REPORTED TO WYOMING’S Department of Revenue and Taxation in January totaled $143.7 million, an 11% increase over the amount reported in January 2020. A one-ish-month lag separates actual sales and when taxes are reported by the state, so January’s number generally reflects sale…

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A Jackson real estate agent is selling a house out in the Dairy subdivision, but he thinks it’s the image and the dream that have made the sale.