THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN RIVERTON HAS ISSUED A FLOOD WATCH FROM SUNDAY EVENING THROUGH LATE MONDAY NIGHT. THE FLOOD WATCH IS IN EFFECT FOR PORTIONS OF NORTHWEST WYOMING, INCLUDING … Continue Reading
Today is Flag Day, celebrated on June 14th each year. It was officially set in 1916 by a proclamation from President Woodrow Wilson and affirmed by an act of Congress in 1949. The day supposedly commemorates the adoption of the flag of the United States, which happened that day … Continue Reading
The National Weather Service has issued a small stream flood advisory for rain and melting snow in Teton and surrounding counties until 11:00 am Monday. Forecasters caution that snow melt of 1½ to 2½ inches may combine with rain to cause rapid runoff into small streams and cause flooding to occur. Among those areas that may be impacted by flooding on small streams … Continue Reading
Teton County, Idaho conducted its first Core Committee meeting last night as it moves into the fact-finding phase of building a new comprehensive plan for the county. The last time the county has gone through this process, says County Planner Angie Rutherford, was in 2004. Rutherford points out that … Continue Reading
Wyoming Highway 22 over Teton Pass between Wilson and the Idaho State Line reopened about 11:40 Thursday morning after a morning snowstorm made the road slippery and forced the closure for about 90 minutes.
Yellowstone National Park reports that the first vehicle-caused grizzly bear mortality occurred last week involving a 15 to 25 year old male bear. According to park biologists, the driver was en route from Old Faithful to Canyon Village when the accident occurred and … Continue Reading
138 Jackson Hole High School seniors were presented their diplomas Saturday during the 2011 graduation ceremony. Governor Matt Mead was the guest speaker at the graduation. A graduate of Jackson Hole High School and former class president himself, Mead told the students … Continue Reading