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Chris LeDoux Memorial Park dedication set for June 18-19 in Kaycee

From the Wyoming Travel & Tourism web site: Celebrate one of Wyoming’s cowboy legends at the dedication of the Chris LeDoux Memorial Park in Kaycee. Weekend includes bronc riding and music, just as Chris would have wanted it. Schedule of events: June 187 p.m. Match Bronco Riding at Harold Jarrard Park with John Forbes and
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Jackson Hole Fire Festival June 18-20

For Immediate Release For more information, contact: June 4, 2010 Candra Day 307-733-3082 vista360jh@gmail.com The Jackson Hole Fire Festival Coming Up June 18-20 An International Festival of Mountain Cultures Vista 360° presents the 3rd annual Jackson Hole Fire Festival, an event which takes place on the Town Square during the 3rd weekend of June —
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Business plaza opens in Fort Washakie

Anne Even sends this invitation: Wind River Development Fund invites you to attend the grand opening of their new location and be among the first to tour the Frank B. Wise Business Plaza. Wednesday, June 23, 3-5 p.m. 3 Ethete Road Fort Washakie, Wyoming Opening ceremonies will begin promptly at 3 p.m. Refreshments will be
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Arts project announced for long-vacant Hynds Building in downtown Cheyenne

“New arts complex slated for old Hynds” is the headline in this morning’s Wyoming Tribune-Eagle article about an arts project for the long-empty Hynds Building in downtown Cheyenne. Here’s an excerpt: Lights On! project aims to fill long-vacant space with studios, artist-in-residence program By Becky Orrborr@wyomingnews.com CHEYENNE — The historic Hynds Building at the corner
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Planet Jackson Hole Weekly: "Arts huge in JH, arts council says"

Planet Jackson Hole Weekly’s online edition carried an article Wednesday by Matthew Irwin, “Arts huge in JH, arts council says.” It focuses at the Wyoming Arts Council town meeting held on Monday, June 7, at the Teton County Public LIbrary in Jackson. Here are the opening paragraphs: Jackson Hole, Wyo. – Jackson may be one
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Planet Jackson Hole Weekly: "Arts huge in JH, arts council says"

Planet Jackson Hole Weekly’s online edition carried an article Wednesday by Matthew Irwin, “Arts huge in JH, arts council says.” It focuses at the Wyoming Arts Council town meeting held on Monday, June 7, at the Teton County Public LIbrary in Jackson. Here are the opening paragraphs: Jackson Hole, Wyo. – Jackson may be one
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Get a letter cancelled at historic Ft. Bridger

Fort Bridger State Historic Site will celebrate the 150th Anniversary of the Pony Express with a special postal cancellation that will be available at the post office beginning on June 15. Additionally, a group of ceremonial pony express riders will arrive at Fort Bridger State Historic Site at approximately 9:30 a.m., June 15 as part
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Preserve Wyoming Conference presents awards

(Photo does not represent the awardees’ projects or service, but is simply portraying an historic site in Wyomimg. ) Ft. Phil Kearney in Banner, WY Three Cowboy State residents and one organization were presented with Preserve Wyoming Awards during the recent Preserve Wyoming Conference held in Evanston.Carolyn Buff of Casper, Clint Gilchrist of Pinedale, Dave
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LOCALS WILL SING, PUBLIC CHOOSES PROGRAM FOR GRAND TETON MUSIC FESTIVAL 4th of JULY CONCERT

Jackson Hole residents and Music In The Hole supporters were asked to “Vote for Music” this spring by choosing the piece of patriotic music they’d most like to hear the Festival Orchestra perform on the 4th. Then, at the end of May, locals were invited to audition to sing the National anthem, which opens the
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