JACKSON'S FOURTH OF JULY BUDGET CUT

JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) - Budget cuts meant there were fewer law enforcement officers patrolling the Fourth of July festivities in Jackson. Sgt. Alan John of the Jackson Police Department said officers would be out in force. But he says that budget cuts mean there will be fewer officers than usual at Music in the Hole event. Regular patrol officers patrolled downtown Jackson and the area around Snow King during the fireworks display.

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