This Week in the News&Guide
July 4, 2012
Jackson Mayor Mark Barron on Monday questioned whether town officials should move forward with the purchase of 10 acres of U.S. Forest Service land on North Cache Street. A recent appraisal valued the land at $11.55 million.
For 40 years, Liz McCabe shot the cover photograph for the Valley section of the Jackson Hole Guide and the Jackson Hole News&Guide. The paper’s co-publisher died June 22 at the age of 101. News&Guide photographer Bradly J. Boner picked a sample of her work as a tribute.
Insane in the game
Cary Smith, of Jackson, and Amanda Carey, of Victor, Idaho, set new course records in the Cache to Game cross-country mountain bike race June 27, in which 51 of 57 riders finished in under an hour.
Seven weeks go by so quickly. Especially when they are filled with world-class music. The 51st season of the Grand Teton Music Festival begins tonight with Music in the Hole — the free Fourth of July performance — and runs through Aug. 18 with concerts by some of the finest classical musicians in the world.
The Jackson Hole Farmers Market on Town Square starts Saturday, with the usual bounty of homemade treats, homegrown vegetables, other locally created goodies, as well as fun and live music.