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This Week in the News&Guide
Date: July 11, 2012
Walking while intoxicated
The law is clear: Pedestrians who are too intoxicated to take care of themselves can be arrested and taken to Teton County Jail. But there are some who don’t buy that being drunk in public is sufficient justification to deprive a person of his or her liberty.
Home on the horizon
Four Jackson Hole families have the opportunity to help build their own Teton Village home with Habitat for Humanity of the Greater Tetons this year. For the Haldemans, Aughenbaughs, Wolfgangs and Hernandezes, a home is more than a house.
Teams are setting their targets on the Jackson Giants baseball team now that it has clinched its division.
To honor the completion of the Teton Boulder Park and to celebrate summer sports, Christian Beckwith staged the Outerlocal Summer Games. Snow King was a flurry of mountain biking, bouldering, hill climbing and paragliding Saturday.
Rock Camp wraps with socially conscious hip-hop by Brother Ali, a clinician at the camp, on Thursday, and an afternoon concert Friday on Town Square. The Jackson Hole Music Experience recruits legendary musicians as teachers for the camp.