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After hinting at a U.S. Senate bid in the past year, Jackson businessman and Republican megadonor Foster Friess announced Monday he will not r…

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Happy stormy Friday, watchdogs. 

With thunder in the forecast, you might not be planning to head out on the Snake River. But, if you want to think a bit about river policy (what fun) you can check out Mike Koshmrl's article about how the county-administered portion of the Snake is run.

That area runs from the Wilson to South Park boat ramps, and some guides and river advocates are worried that outfitters are abusing the system for distributing permits, among other things.

But Parks and Rec, which oversees that part of the river, said that talk is just rumor, and the program is working fine.

Off the Snake, recyclers are trying to deal with increasing heaps of trash in the recycling. It's not just missorted plastics, though. It's all kinds of things: Hot ashes, deer heads, you name it.

And there's plenty more to read about, as always.

We've got articles about property taxes, an update on last week's death on the Snake River, more about staffing shortages, and an update on how START fits into the Darwiche family's push to turn Legacy Lodge, which they recently purchased, into housing. 

Happy reading this weekend, everybody. Stay safe out there. And make smart decisions when it comes to altitude and thunderstorms.

— Billy