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Jackson Hole

  • The Colorado Senate has approved a thirty billion dollar state budget. Scott Franz explains the final steps lawmakers must take before sending it to Governor Polis. Plus, the National Park Service is trying to change stereotypes about park rangers through a program called NPS Academy, hosting a spring break orientation at Grand Teton National Park in March. Kyle Mackie of KHOL reports for Rocky Mountain Community Radio.
  • The Colorado Senate has approved a thirty billion dollar state budget. Scott Franz explains the final steps lawmakers must take before sending it to Governor Polis. Plus, the National Park Service is trying to change stereotypes about park rangers through a program called NPS Academy, hosting a spring break orientation at Grand Teton National Park in March. Kyle Mackie of KHOL reports for Rocky Mountain Community Radio.
  • Lyndsey Gilpin reports the National Park Service buried its own study on harassment within its ranks. Plus, reporter Nick Bowlin’s latest piece, Teton Troubles, looks at the impacts on service workers as a vacation resort replaces affordable housing near Jackson Hole.
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  • Governor Jared Polis says Monday's mass shooting at the South Boulder King Soopers was personal, as a longtime resident of the city himselfFrom KHOL's…