May 21, 2019

Park Closes Trails While Bears Feed

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May 21, 2019

Pass Driver Barely Hangs On

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May 19, 2019

Park Releases Priorities

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May 19, 2019

Antlers Sell Well

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Featured Articles

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Wyo Not Growing Like Others

May 20, 2019

The West is home to nine of the top ten states for economic growth since the Great Recession in late 2007, and eight of the top ten states for growth over the past year according …

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Tram Opens

May 17, 2019

For those who enjoy viewing a panorama of Jackson Hole from a mountaintop, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort will open the Aerial Tram for the summer season tomorrow.  The Aerial Tram boasts the longest continuous lift in North …

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Airport Numbers Take Off

As tourism in Yellowstone National Park has been on the rise so has passenger traffic through the Jackson Hole Airport According to the monthly report to the airport board, enplanements were up six percent in …

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Park Paving Process Proceeds

May 16, 2019

With the end to ice and snow on park roads for the season, it’s time for another form of traffic delays – chip sealing. Pavement preservation work on U.S. Highway 89 and other areas in …

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High School Restaurant Team Competes

May 15, 2019

The Jackson Hole High School Restaurant Management Team returned with a 12th place finish from the National ProStart Invitational; a premier culinary and restaurant management competition in the nation. The team competed against 150,000 students …

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No More Alta 6th Grade

May 13, 2019

During their Regular Meeting on May 8th, the Teton County School District school board voted to reconfigure Alta Elementary School from its current kindergarten through 6th grade configuration to a kindergarten through 5th grade elementary school …

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News

Wreck Spills Nails In Wilson

May 21, 2019

Another accident about 6:00 pm last evening disrupted the homeward commute over Teton Pass. A dump truck from a roofing company lost its brakes and overturned at the foot of the pass in Wilson, spilling …

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Shift Passes Muster

An intensive review by the Jackson Hole Travel and Tourism Board into complaints leveled against organizers of the outdoor recreation and conservation festival SHIFT has concluded with an announcement of the TTB’s continued financial support. …

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Colasuonno Interim Town Attorney

May 20, 2019

The Mayor and Town Council recently announced that Lea Colasuonno has been selected to act as the Interim Town Attorney for the Town of Jackson.   Colasuonno has been the Assistant Town Attorney since August of …

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Holiday Weekend Promises Busy Highways

AAA Auto Club is predicting nearly 43 million Americans will start their summers with a Memorial Day weekend getaway. This long holiday weekend, marking the unofficial start of summer vacation season, will see the second-highest …

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Yellowstone Visitors Increase

May 17, 2019

Visits to Yellowstone National Park continue to increase even before the traditional press of the summer season. According to the National Park Service Natural and Cultural Resources Division, April saw a 10.3% increase in the …

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Jellen Heads TCEF

May 16, 2019

Teton County Education Foundation has announced the hiring of its first full-time Executive Director, Jennifer Jellen. Jellen comes to the foundation with twenty years of non-profit and business leadership experience, the last eight years of …

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