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Highway 89 Pathway Opens for Public Use

April 23, 2014 Jackson Hole, Teton County Comments Off

The North Highway 89 Pathway is opening for public use today which is eight days before the scheduled May 1 opening date. Teton County Parks & Recreation will be sweeping the pathway this week as time allows. Elk use the same road for migration so The National Elk Refuge figures out when to open the pathway to people by how many elk have already migrated out of the refuge

The Big Melt Still Weeks Away

April 23, 2014 Jackson Hole Comments Off

The Snake River Basin snowpack is 150 percent more than average so spring runoff should be enough to fill Jackson Lake and Palisades Reservoir. Bureau of Reclamation’s Upper Snake River Field Office Manager Mike Beus says the big melt is still a few weeks away. Jackson Hole News & Guide says Jackson Lake and Palisades Reservoir are just over 30 percent full

Construction Workers Build Drill Rig Path in Jackson

April 22, 2014 Jackson Hole, Town of Jackson Comments Off

Jackson construction workers are building a temporary path for a drill rig to get to the slow-moving landslide threatening area homes and businesses. Jackson officials say the rig will drill holes up to 200 feet deep along the upper crest to look for ways to counter the landslide. Local News 8 says the drill samples will give valuable insights into the composition of the formation, the depth of the slide, the water levels and other important information

Wyoming Game and Fish Holds Animal Safety Seminar

April 22, 2014 Jackson Hole Comments Off

Wyoming Game and Fish Department is holding their annual Staying Safe in Bear, Lion and Wolf Country seminar Thursday, April 24 from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. at the Teton County Library in Jackson. The seminar is free to the public and educates on how to react during an animal attack and how to prevent other conflicts. They are also reviewing the latest information on bear spray

Jackson Landslide Causes Continued Carnage

April 21, 2014 Jackson Hole, Town of Jackson Comments Off

The Jackson landslide has slowed from moving nine feet in one day to about an inch a day, but it is still causing all kinds of carnage. Local News 8 says the slide dislodged lampposts, uprooted the Walgreens sign and the town’s water pump house, destroyed streets, fractured Budge Drive’s sewer line and sliced a home in two. Jackson Hole News & Guide says engineers are worried the movement could rupture the water main underneath Broadway, flooding the area with two million gallons of water in 30 minutes

Jackson Hole Conservation Alliance Hires New Executive Director

April 18, 2014 Jackson Hole, Teton County, Teton Valley, Town of Jackson Comments Off

The Jackson Hole Conservation Alliance is announcing Community Engagement Coordinator Craig Benjamin is being promoted to Executive Director May 1. Conservation Alliance co-chair David Hardie says his group looked all over the nation for job candidates, but ended up hiring someone from home. Jackson Hole News & Guide says Benjamin graduated from Washington and Lee University with a Bachelor’s degree in public policy and from Daniel J. Evans School of Public Affairs with a Masters

Jackson Missionary Lost in Nicaragua Found Dead

April 15, 2014 Jackson Hole Comments Off

The body of a Jackson-area woman missing in Nicaragua has been found. Senior Pastor Paul Hayden of the Presbyterian Church in Jackson confirmed Karen Colclough’s body was found last night. There are no other details surrounding her death. Colclough lived in Wilson and was in Nicaragua on her second trip as a missionary when she went missing last Friday

Wilson Woman Missing in Nicaragua

April 14, 2014 Jackson Hole, Teton County Comments Off

A Wilson woman went missing while on a mission trip in Nicaragua. 37-year-old Karen Colclough was last seen April 11th after checking in with staff to let them know she was going for a run on the beach and she never came back. Authorities and fellow mission trip members are still searching for her

60 People Displaced from Jackson Landslide

April 14, 2014 Jackson Hole, Teton County, Town of Jackson Comments Off

60 people are still out of their homes and four businesses out of commission as the Jackson landslide continues to creep toward their properties. Two restaurants, a liquor store and Walgreens are closed as a precaution. The Red Cross is paying for 18 people to stay in hotel rooms and the charity organization also set up a shelter for the displaced residents in the exhibit hall at the Teton County Fairgrounds yesterday.

Jackson Driver Slams Car Into Another Vehicle

April 14, 2014 Jackson Hole, Teton County Comments Off

An investigation continues after a Jackson driver slammed her car into another car several times close to Smith’s Grocery Store and High School Road in Jackson yesterday morning. Jackson Police, Teton County Sheriff’s Deputies and Wyoming Highway Patrol responded to the situation and took the driver into custody. Police initially got reports of gun shots being fired, but they realized it was just the sound of the cars smashing into each other

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  • Start honing your archery skills now - July 23, 2014
    Don’t just let that bow sit in the closet or out in the garage all summer. Dust off the case, take the bow out and get some practice. There are dozens of archery ranges around the state where you can practice shooting in the off season. If you don’t know where the one closest to […]
  • Body of Overdue Hiker Found in Grand Teton National Park - July 23, 2014
    The body of an overdue hiker was discovered Tuesday afternoon near the mouth of Cascade Canyon in Grand Teton National Park. Park officials report that Will Cornyn, 36, of San Francisco, Calif. was found below a steep cliff band near Inspiration Point. Cornyn had been reported overdue by his girlfriend on Monday when he did […]
  • Wyoming Sees Increase in Whooping Cough - July 22, 2014
    With continued growth in reported pertussis (whooping cough) cases this year, the Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) is encouraging awareness of the disease and vaccination to help protect vulnerable residents, especially infants. Forty-three pertussis cases have been reported to WDH so far this year, compared to a total of 76 in 2013, 59 in 2012, […]
  • Digital age flattens the learning curve - July 22, 2014
    If you’re thinking you want to get some photographic evidence of the time you spend outdoors, now’s a great time to buy a camera. The prices on digital cameras has fallen a lot since I started shooting, and there are some fantastic cameras out there for very decent prices. I’m not a big fan of […]

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