November 12, 2019

Yellowstone Wolf Numbers Decline

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November 10, 2019

Broncs Finish 7 And 4

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November 8, 2019

K-Mart Closing Confirmed

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November 8, 2019

Elk Poached In Idaho Wednesday

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Featured Articles

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Gas Prices Up

November 12, 2019

This week’s gasoline survey shows the average price for gasoline in Jackson Hole has risen another 4¢ over the last week, with the average of prices surveyed by Gasbuddy this week totaling $2.97 per gallon …

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Dr Rork Honored

The Petco Foundation will celebrate 20 years of saving lives at its Lifesaving Awards in San Diego, Calififornia Thursday where 500 pet-loving guests will come together to honor extraordinary animal welfare heroes. One of those heroes is Dr. …

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Speech Team Scores In Worland

The Jackson Hole High School Speech and Debate Team started their season off strong with a Novice only competition in Worland over this past weekend. 11 schools attended the tournament. 9 of the team’s 14 …

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Teton County Employment Up

In recent months, Wyoming’s unemployment rate has remained low and job growth has continued at a moderate pace. From first quarter of 2018 to first quarter of 2019, Wyoming employment rose by 2.2% and total …

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Park Study Reveals Interesting Stats

November 8, 2019

A peer-reviewed report summarizing the results of Yellowstone’s 2018 Visitor Use Study has been released. The National Park Service contracted Otak Inc., RRC Associates, and The University of Montana Institute for Tourism Recreation Research to …

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START Bus Lease Approved

During their Monday meeting, Jackson Town Council approved the lease of nine 40- foot heavy duty transit buses to be used for the Winter season. These vehicles replace BlueBird manufactured buses that have been decommissioned …

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News

Snow Piling Up In West

November 12, 2019

While Jackson Hole has not experienced the kind of snowstorms seen nearby in Northwestern Wyoming, those snows around us have done much to begin a build-up in the mountains. In fact, the USDA says as …

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Teton Falls To Snake River

November 11, 2019

The football score from Friday night’s Idaho State Quarterfinals was Teton 14, Snake River 34, spelling a heartbreak for the Redskins to not move forward. Still, 17 Teton High student athletes filled 9 first-team positions, …

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Power Rates Drop In Teton Valley

Despite a rate increase for wholesale power, customers of Fall River Electric will be enjoying a decrease in their residential rates. Effective October 1st, the Bonneville Power Administration implemented rate increases for both wholesale power …

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Special Olympics Gets Grant

November 8, 2019

Special Olympics Wyoming has announced that it has received a generous grant from Albertsons/Safeway Foundation. The grand comes from proceeds of the annual customer fundraising campaign for people with disabilities conducted earlier this year. Special Olympics …

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It Is Christmas Tree Season!

November 7, 2019

This season’s Bridger-Teton National Forest Christmas tree permits are available for purchase from Forest Service offices and local vendors in communities surrounding Moran, Jackson, Alpine, Afton, Kemmerer, Big Piney, and Pinedale. A permit is required to …

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Guys Who Give Group To Gather

A unique association of men has banded together for raising money for charities and will be meeting next week to determine the next recipients of their efforts. Guys Who Give is a group of men …

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