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Warm Weather is Causes Potential Flooding

May 30, 2014 Jackson Hole, Teton County Comments Off

Some creeks and rivers in Jackson are so close to bursting that Teton County Emergency is triggering an action stage which means potential flooding in the near future. Jackson Hole Daily says Pacific Creek and Snake River at Flagg Ranch north of Jackson are above record levels for this time of year. Teton County Emergency Manager Rich Ochs says they’re not predicting anything major at this point

Jackson Locals Weigh in on Snake River Management Plan

May 29, 2014 Jackson Hole Comments Off

Jackson Hole locals are upset at businesses and tourists overusing the Snake River. Jackson Hole Daily says Confluence Research and Consulting released a draft of their Snake River Management Plan and the public went wild writing over 100 comments mostly asking for some kind of regulation on commercial groups. Consultants are presenting commissioners with a report on all the comments in June and the data compiled will help prepare the final plan by 2015

Jackson Tries to Stop Unwanted Phone Book Deliveries

May 29, 2014 Jackson Hole Comments Off

The Jackson Town Council is working to get rid of unwanted phone books on the doorstep. Councilors voted unanimously, Tuesday, to draft a new law to cut down on phone books delivered without people’s consent. Jackson Hole Daily says the details are still in the works, but the delivery companies might have to come back and pick up the unused books

Broncs Win Wyoming State Championship

May 28, 2014 Jackson Hole Comments Off

The Jackson Hole Broncs won the Wyoming 3A boys state soccer championship this weekend at William T. McIntosh Stadium. Jackson Hole Daily says the Broncs beat Lander Valley High School 3-1 and finished their season 19-0 for their second state title in three years. Jackson Hole High is only losing three key players this offseason and will return as an experienced team in 2015

Lost Pack Rafter Found in Gros Ventre

May 28, 2014 Jackson Hole Comments Off

Jackson Hole Daily says search and rescue teams finally found a pack rafting Utah man lost for a week in the Gros Ventre River area. Teton County Undersheriff Bob Gilliam says first responders in a helicopter spotted Scott England on Slide Lake. Gros Ventre Wilderness Boundary Rescue Coordinator Jessica King says he was totally fine

Snow King Ski Area and Mountain Resort Begin $3.5 Million Snowmaking Project

May 28, 2014 Jackson Hole Comments Off

Snow King Ski Area and Mountain Resort are making a $3.5 million upgrade to their snowmaking machinery allowing snow from base to summit for the first time in 75 years. Jackson Hole Ski and Snowboard Club, Wyoming Travel & Tourism Board, Wyoming Business council and the towns of Jackson and Teton County are starting the project June 1. The mountain is opening earlier in the year so Jackson Hole Ski and Snowboard Club are offering early season training camps at Snow King to compete with Vail, Winter Park and the Front Range Ski Club in Colorado.

Man Laces Cookies with Marijuana and Pleads No Contest

May 27, 2014 Jackson Hole Comments Off

A Jackson man is pleading no contest after being accused of lacing cookies with the active ingredient in marijuana, THC and giving them to a woman causing her to pass out and have seizures. Jackson Hole Daily says 54-year-old James Vail entered the plea deal with prosecutors sentencing him to probation and some jail time in Teton County Jail. Vail signed the deal May 5, but 9th District Judge Timothy day didn’t accept it until last week because of his busy schedule

Jackson Celebrates Memorial Day With Old West Parade

May 27, 2014 Jackson Hole Comments Off

Hundreds of locals and out-of-towners filled Jackson’s Town Square this Memorial Day weekend for the 33rd annual Old West Parade. Cowboys, Indians and horse drawn covered wagons filled the streets. Local News 8 says there were also sled dogs pulling a pickup truck

Jackson Airport Fixes Weather Monitor

May 27, 2014 Jackson Hole Comments Off

Jackson Hole Airport is finally back in action after a broken weather monitor caused several cancelled flights over the past month. Airport Operations Director Craig Logan says the automated weather observation system is managed by the Federal Aviation Administration and went down April 16. Jackson Hole Daily says the FAA tried to fix the problem twice before bringing in a specialist from Oklahoma City to get the system up and running again

Jackson Landslide Still Moves

May 22, 2014 Jackson Hole Comments Off

Jackson’s hillside is still sliding slowly and Walgreen’s parking lot is catching the brunt of it. Geologists say the ground is moving a quarter of an inch each day in the Budge Drive area. Local News 8 says the town of Jackson is still working on building massive walls, ground anchors and a toe key system at the bottom of the slide

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