April 19, 2019

START Ridership Grows

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April 18, 2019

4 Skiers Charged In Closure Violation

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April 17, 2019

Teton Pass Work Today

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April 17, 2019

Refuge Rides Rise

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Featured Articles

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North Pathway Closure Remains In Effect

April 19, 2019

In spite of the recent warmer weather and snow melt on the pathway running north from Jackson, it remains closed to public use. National Elk Refuge Spokesperson Lori Iverson explains that the migration of the …

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Snowpack Above Average

April 18, 2019

The National Weather Service reports mountain snowpack and associated snow water equivalents across most of Wyoming continued to be generally above average by the middle of April. Those at the peak snowmelt runoff elevations of 8,500 to …

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Lottery Pays Divedends

April 17, 2019

When you buy your lottery ticket here in Jackson, you may not give a second thought to where the profits of the game end up. However, the state of Wyoming has again emerged as a …

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High Schoolers To Compete Nationally

Fourteen students representing nine projects from Jackson Hole High School competing in the statewide National History Day event this year were selected to go on to national competition in June. Altogether there were 167 entries …

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Park Roads Begin Opening

Roads in Yellowstone National Park will begin opening for the season Friday, beginning from the North Entrance and West Yellowstone. According to a release from the park, visitors will be able to drive from the …

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Carson Killed In Idaho Wreck

April 15, 2019

A traffic accident on I-15 in southeast Idaho claimed the life of a Victor man Thursday. 71-year-old Bryan Carson, was killed after being ejected from a single-vehicle rollover near Malad, Idaho in Oneida County. Idaho …

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Wyoming Has Weather Records

April 19, 2019

A standing joke in Wyoming is that if you don’t like the weather, just wait an hour and it will change. But in reality, Earth Networks reports that Wyoming has the second highest temperature swings in …

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Mining Permit Denied North Of YNP

A Canadian mining company has lost its permit to explore for gold north of Yellowstone National Park. Sixth Judicial District Court Judge Brenda Gilbert ruled in a lawsuit filed by local environmental groups to deny …

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Bendy Bike Bollards Back

April 17, 2019

Jackson Town Council this week not only decided to reinstall the bollards along Snow King Avenue separating traffic from the bike lanes, but they decided to extend them two more blocks. The pilot project last …

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Gov To Auction Bison Tag

April 15, 2019

Governor Mark Gordon, with support from the Wyoming Wildlife Foundation, is raffling off a Governor’s Bison License for just $10 to Wyoming residents who are eligible to hunt in the state. The Governor’s Bison License …

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Enzi Working to Save Healthcare

April 12, 2019

A group of Republican senators led by Wyoming’s Senator Mike Enzi introduced legislation this week to prevent thousands of people from losing their health care coverage after a federal judge struck down the Department of …

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