This Week in the News&Guide
October 31, 2012
Ditching park pathways
Community pathway advocates are criticizing Grand Teton National Park officials for reallocating money from a pathway fund to a road project. Park officials say the cost of a pathway bridge to span Ditch Creek makes the Moose-to-Antelope Flats path cost-prohibitive given available funds.
Dare to be scared
Blood. Shadowy figures. Germs from infectious zombies. Three elaborate productions this Halloween season used valley actors and these frightening things to scare children and adults.
The Jackson Hole High School girls swim team swam away with the 3A state championship over the weekend, and seven swimmers brought home individual titles. Only two of the girls who competed the final day were seniors, and the top performers were a junior and a freshman.
Train like a Moose
The Jackson Hole Moose’s Nick Dolentz and Charlie Hagen are using the shoulder season to build strength for a winter of no-holds-barred hockey. In this first edition of a four-part series, see how valley hockey players work out to prepare for their sport.
The Kiwanis Club of Jackson Hole’s annual roasting of valley politics and people is set for Friday and Saturday. Find out what targets the jesters are aiming at in this year’s favorite Follies.