Residents of the small town of Pavillion, Wyoming, found themselves the participants of a fracking experiment. And they suffered for it.
Proponents said a seventh cent of sales tax was one of the best tools to infuse a struggling economy and support community priorities. Now officials are eyeing other alternatives, including raising property taxes in town.
Jubilance swirled through Jackson’s Town Square on Saturday morning. After four anxiety-filled days, the results of a historic presidential election were in.
Jackson’s DACA recipients have made personal strides and enriched the community. Now their fate is likely in the hands of voters who must decide between an immigration opponent and a candidate who promises them a path to citizenship.
State budget reductions coupled with the COVID-19 pandemic have officials scrambling for alternative funding sources. Jackson Town Councilor Arne Jorgensen argues why a seventh penny of sales tax is the right solution.