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Jackson Hole Mountain Resort announced today that it will now use exclusively renewable energy to power its operations, following in the footsteps of other major Jackson Hole organizations in recent years.

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A state legislative committee is in Jackson this week talking party affiliation rules, coal-fired power plants and wind farm development.

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The Teton County/Jackson Parks and Recreation Department’s top priorities for the next couple of years will include expanding the Recreation Center — if voters approve funding for it in November — and planning at Karns Meadow and Phil Baux Park.

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Every week Jackson Hole citizens have various opportunities to engage with the local political process. Here’s a compiled list of town, county and state meetings scheduled in Teton County in the coming week. For complete and up-to-date agendas, check the website referenced with each entry.

Wednesday, July 17

• Airport: Jackson Hole Airport Board meeting. 9 a.m., Jackson Hole Airport administrative building. JacksonHoleAirport.com/Administration.

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The results of the Old Bill’s Fun Run for Charities are just what you’d expect, with Samantha Diaz taking first in the women’s category for the 10K race, and Matt Chorney in the men’s.

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Habitat for Humanity of the Greater Teton Area is tapping a wilderness medicine business operations manager from Lander’s National Outdoor Leadership School to serve as its new executive director.

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Every week Jackson Hole citizens have various opportunities to engage with the local political process. Here’s a compiled list of town, county and state meetings scheduled in Teton County in the coming week. For complete and up-to-date agendas, check the website referenced with each entry.

Wednesday, July 17

• Airport: Jackson Hole Airport Board meeting. 9 a.m., Jackson Hole Airport administrative building. JacksonHoleAirport.com/Administration.

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A bundle of Mylar balloons tangled with power lines and created an electric arc that started the 255-acre Saddle Butte Fire, investigators confirmed Monday night.

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Months after receiving recommendations from parking consultants in April, elected officials are still wrangling over whether paid parking is essential to curbing congestion on Jackson’s streets or if low-key policy changes could have the same effect.

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Every week Jackson Hole citizens have various opportunities to engage with the local political process. Here’s a compiled list of town, county and state meetings scheduled in Teton County in the coming week. For complete and up-to-date agendas, check the website referenced with each entry.

Wednesday, July 17

• Airport: Jackson Hole Airport Board meeting. 9 a.m., Jackson Hole Airport administrative building. JacksonHoleAirport.com/Administration.

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A grape juice toast will celebrate women’s suffrage Monday at a brown bag lunch hosted by the Wyoming Women’s Action Network.