The final count is in for the beginning of the 2011/2012 school year at Teton County School District #1. As of September 13th, when enrollment became official, the combined school population was … Continue Reading
A surprise fundraising event to benefit the local school district caused no small amount of concern in the community this weekend, but when it was all sorted out, it turned out that the effort was not a scam and the local school district will benefit. Teton County School District #1 Superintendent Pam Shea says … Continue Reading
Several thousand participants arrived on the Jackson Town Square Saturday to participate in the 15th annual Old Bill’s Fun Run for Charities wearing their favorite Old Bill’s shirt from the last 14 years. The event combined with the perfect fall weather to … Continue Reading
Jackson Broncs varsity football team improved their 2011 season to two-and-oh with a win against Rawlins here on home turf. The final score of that game was 43 to 6 in the Broncs’ favor. Next week, Jackson takes on the Lander Tigers in Lander.
A wildfire which began about 4:00 pm near the entrance road to the Jackson Campus of Teton Science School just west of Jackson roared up the hillside and prompted the evacuation of the students and faculty of the school. While the school complex itself was never considered to be threatened, fire officials were concerned that … Continue Reading
Today is the day students return to their classes in Teton County, Wyoming; and that means drivers in the morning and afternoon will be sharing the roads again with those familiar yellow school busses. Teton County Sheriff Jim Whalen says it also means that … Continue Reading
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Cancer is the second leading cause of death in the U.S. (heart disease is No. 1), and with a 68-percent survival rate there is still much research to be done.
On August 5, you can help support the fight against cancer by either signing up to be a Relay for Life team (visit www.relayforlife.org/tetoncountywy), or simply showing up to Jackson Hole High School where there will be plenty of ways to support the cause, including delicious food from local restaurants and your chance to dunk some of our favorite public figures.
Not unlike their peers across the state, Teton County School District #1 students did better on this year’s Proficiency Assessments for Wyoming Students, or PAWS testing than they did in previous years. Last week, the Wyoming Department of Education released the results from this year’s testing. During a Casper news conference last week, … Continue Reading
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