Cox performing for Chadron State

Despite being a true freshman, former Jackson Hole Broncs running back Jeydon Cox is already racking up yards at his collegiate home.

Cox has appeared in three games this season for the NCAA Division II Chadron State Eagles. In Chadron State’s 37-22 win over South Dakota Mines on Saturday, Cox led the team in rushing, carryng 11 times for 102 yards with a long run of 41 yards. He also caught one pass for eight yards.

On Oct. 10, Cox caught one pass for nine yards against Colorado Mesa, and on Oct. 17 he carried nine times for 60 yards against South Dakota Mines.

Cox and the Eagles (2-1) have two games remaining on their regular season schedule, beginning with a trip to Nebraska-Kearney on Saturday.

Stamp art contest features pronghorn

Submissions open soon for the 2022 Wyoming Game and Fish Department Collectible Conservation Stamp art contest. The subject of the 38th annual contest is the pronghorn, and the winning image will be featured on the 2022 collectible conservation stamp. Artists can start to submit their pieces beginning Jan. 2. The rulebook for artists is now online.

Biological judges will evaluate the entries for accuracy based on hair coloration, the presentation of the eyes and head shape, horn shape and habitat. Complete standards are detailed in the rulebook.

Entries determined to be biologically inaccurate will be ineligible to win a monetary award and may be eligible only for an honorable mention. All artwork must be the artist’s original creation. Any artwork recognized as a copy will be ineligible for a prize.

Entries must be received by Game and Fish Headquarters by 5 p.m. March 1. An open house and awards ceremony to announce the winners will take place in the spring.

For questions, contact Margaret James at 307-777-4591 or

Winter dog park opens Friday

The seasonal dog park at the Teton County Fairgrounds is scheduled to open Friday, according to town and county officials.

The Teton County/Jackson Parks and Recreation Department, in collaboration with Paws of Jackson Hole, sets up the free service each winter on the west side of the Teton County Fairgrounds on Snow King Avenue. The chain link fence enclosure has double-doored entrances to accommodate off-leash recreational opportunities for pups during the winter months.

The park will be open from sunrise to sunset through May 1, 2021, weather dependent.

PAWS of JH will provide mutt mitts and handle refuse collection for proper disposal, so “Please be respectful of others using the facility and clean up after your pet,” they ask

Questions can be directed to Andy Erskine, parks manager, at

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