More Precheck signups coming

So many people were interested in the TSA Precheck enrollment this month at Jackson Hole Airport that another sign-up period will be offered in the spring. Usually, Idaho Falls is the closest place to enroll in the Transportation Security Administration’s expedited screening. Reservations for the Jackson airport’s February enrollment period, which continues through Friday, are fully booked, but a limited number of walk-in applicants will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. To find out everything you need to do to sign up for the expedited screening program, visit JacksonHoleAirport.com.

New cowork price options

The Cowork Space changed its drop-in rate and introduced a new punch card. The drop-in rate, previously $35, is now $27.50.  The punch card provides 10 days a year for $200, “a great option for part-time residents or traveling entrepreneurs,” a press release said. The Cowork Space, which operates under the umbrella of Silicon Couloir, offers private offices, dedicated desks and full- and part-time memberships, with no security deposits or long-term lease requirements. It’s located at 140 E. Broadway, Suite 25. For information visit SiliconCouloir.com.

Stio and Made have ‘sideline style’

Do you have a Stio men’s Skycrest Snap Shirt or one of Made’s Tetons-inspired needlepoint card wallets? According to SkiMag.com those are “sideline chic” accoutrements. “Thanks to big U.S. names in the world of snowsports these days — think Mikaela Shiffrin, Chloe Kim, Bryce Bennet and Jessie Diggins — Americans have something to cheer about on the World Cup sidelines,” it said. “And now that multiple world-class skiing events, like the women’s Alpine World Cup in Killington and the cross country 2020 Minneapolis World Cup are hosted on home soil ... the time to don those Team USA hats and patriotic colors is now.”

Unemployment plunges

What a difference a month makes. Teton County’s unemployment rate in December dropped 45% below November’s rate, according to the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services. “Most county unemployment rates changed very little from November to December,” the department’s Research and Planning Section said in a press release. “Teton County was the exception. Its unemployment rate fell from 5.2% in November to 2.9% in December as the winter tourism season got into full swing.” Wyoming’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate held steady from November to December at 3.7%, slightly above the U.S. rate of 3.5%, the press release said.

Editors note: The Cowork Space item was amended to show a correct new drop-in rate.

Contact Jennifer Dorsey at jennifer@jhnewsandguide.com or 732-5908.

Jennifer Dorsey is chief copy editor and Business section coordinator. She worked in Washington, D.C., and Chicago before moving to the Tetons.

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