Wyoming State Snowmobile Association

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Senators ask for an accounting of Park Service spending


Washington, D.C. – Perhaps the National Park Service could whittle down its $11.5 billion maintenance backlog by finding administrative savings, better utilizing its recreational fee program or some other method. That’s what U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., along with Senate Government Affairs Committee Ranking Member Tom Coburn, R-Okla., and Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee […]

Polaris dominates at Jackson


Polaris Hillclimbers Win 10 of 12 Pro Titles and Sweep All King of the Hill Titles to Completely Dominate at the 2014 Jackson Hole World Championship Hillclimb Keith Curtis Wins Five Pro Classes, Two King of the Hill Crowns & King of Kings   Polaris snowmobile hillclimbers delivered one of the most powerful displays of […]

Update from the WSSA President


Hi Folks, I hope your season is going great. Well by now you have all heard that House Bill 32 has passed and has been signed by the Governor. I would like to take the time to thank all of you folks who have been involved in helping to get this bill passed. I can tell […]

Charity Update


I would like to congratulate all of the clubs that attended fun days and those of you that have already turned in your charity reports to me. We are a giving bunch of people and we ought to be extremely proud. I received charity reports from 7 clubs. Those 7 clubs in the last year […]

Western Chapter Update


Sage Grouse and Snowmobiles By Scott Jones, Western Chapter Chair and CSA VP The management of the Greater and Gunnison Sage Grouse have been the basis of a lot of interest over the last few years as both have been proposed for listing on the Endangered Species list and both the Forest Service and BLM […]

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