September 16, 2019

Snake River Roasting Company Hauls In National Awards

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September 16, 2019

Dummies Face Charges For Old Faithful Excursion

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September 15, 2019

Fire On Hansen Street Noticed By Neighbor

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September 13, 2019

The Center Goes Green (Power)

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Featured Articles

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Flu Clinics September 23

September 17, 2019

Teton County Health Department officials are encouraging people in the community to get vaccinated for flu early, and are providing walk-in flu clinics September 23rd. People looking to get a flu shot may visit the …

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Airport Busy

Photo: Jackson Hole Airport

The number of travelers passing through Jackson Hole Airport continued to increase during last month. According to the monthly report to the airport board, the number of those catching flights out of the valley increased …

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CWC Expands To Tribe

Eastern Shoshone Business Council Chairman Vernon Hill and Central Wyoming College President Brad Tyndall signed a memorandum of understanding between CWC and the Eastern Shoshone Tribe that will enable students there to earn first-year CWC …

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Moose ‘Tasered’ By Game Wardens

September 12, 2019

The Sublette County Sheriff’s Office and Wyoming Game and Fish Department are urging citizens to be aware of items hanging in their yards which may cause injury to Wyoming’s wildlife. Last Sunday morning, Sublette County …

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Teton Valley School Board Race Is On

September 11, 2019

Seven Teton Valley residents have filed to run for school board during the November special district election. Shannon Brooks Hamby and Jacki Cooke are seeking to represent the South Victor zone, Ticia Sheets and Debbie Hunt …

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Feds Fund Wetland Conservation Projects

September 17, 2019

The Migratory Bird Conservation Commission, chaired by U.S. Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt, approved $28 million in funding for various wetland conservation projects. Marking its 30th anniversary since enactment, the 2019 North American Wetlands …

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BTNF Improves Smith’s Fork Parking

Bridger-Teton National Forest and numerous local partners recently worked together to construct a new parking area, complete with a newly installed vault toilet, on the Smiths Fork Road. This popular winter and summer trailhead parking …

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Business Council CEO Resigns

September 16, 2019

  Shawn Reese announced his resignation today as Wyoming Business Council (WBC) chief executive officer. Reese did not set a specific date for the end of his tenure as head of the state of Wyoming’s …

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Check Smoke Detectors

As homeowners prepare to keep their homes warm during the colder months ahead, it might be good to consider how long their smoke alarms have been in service. Teton County Fire Marshal Kathy Clay points …

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Art Fair Opens

September 12, 2019

The Jackson Hole Fine Art Fairopens today. Alongside the 50 exhibitors, who will be participating from across the US, there is a full lineup of interesting and educational programming throughout the four-day fair. It is …

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Fireman’s Ball September 21

Preparations are under way for the 79thAnnual Fireman’s Ball to benefit the Jackson Volunteer Fire Department. That department includes Station 1 in downtown Jackson and Adams Canyon which is Station 7. Members of the department …

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