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Pile Burns Under Way On Caribou-Targhee NF

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Fire crews have begun burning debris piles in multiple locations throughout in the Teton Basin and Palisades Ranger Districts of the Caribou-Targhee National Forest.  Piles have been built to clean up limbs and brush in camp grounds and other recreation and wood gathering sites.  Weather permitting, burning could extend … Continue Reading

Local Gasoline Prices Don’t Follow National Trend

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While gasoline prices nationally are seeing a marked decline, the average price of that precious liquid in Jackson Hole is stubbornly hanging on excess of $3.84 per gallon of unleaded regular.  According to AAA Auto Club’s daily Fuel Gauge Report, the national average is now … Continue Reading

Tourism Interests Learn About Sustainability

October 24, 2012 Greater Yellowstone, Jackson Hole, Teton County, Teton Valley Comments Off
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Fifteen to thirty tourism and sustainability professionals will be gathering at Grand Targhee Resort November 27th – December 2nd for the Yellowstone Business Partnership and Sustainable Travel International’s hands-on educational experience designed to advance sustainable tourism. YBP’s Sustainability Programs Manager Heather Higinbotham explains … Continue Reading

Raid In Alta Yields Variety of Drugs

October 22, 2012 Jackson Hole, Teton County, Teton Valley, Town of Jackson Comments Off
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Jackson Police received information last Wednesday about an Alta, Wyoming resident growing marijuana.  The tip resulted in a search of the property where it was reported by a team consisting of Jackson Police Officers, Teton County Sheriff’s Deputies and an Agent from the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation.  Lieutenant Cole Nethercott says … Continue Reading

Winter Preparations Should Include Pets

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Snow has already made its first appearance on the mountains above Jackson Hole prompting reminders to residents to adjust their emergency preparedness at home or in the car for the winter.  However, the Federal Emergency Management Agency together with the National Humane Society also point out that extra precautions need to be made for the four-legged family members.  Dogs and cats can be … Continue Reading

Local Gasoline Prices Stagnate

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While gasoline prices nationwide have dropped over a dime from a month ago and are continuing their decline, the average price in Jackson has remained unchanged for several weeks now.  According to AAA Auto Club’s Fuel Gauge Report, the national average for a gallon of unleaded regular is … Continue Reading

Prescribed Burn Called Off

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A project that was to have involved the prescribed burn on a 6700 acre parcel in the Hill Creek area north of Darby Canyon has been called off for the year.  The target area would have been about four miles east of Driggs, and would have had the potential of … Continue Reading

Prescribed Fire Postponed

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A prescribed fire by crews on the Caribou-Targhee National Forest in the Hill Creek area north of Darby Canyon has been delayed.   The Hill Creek Prescribed Fire Project is intended to burn approximately 30 to 50 percent of the 6,700 acres within the target area located about … Continue Reading

Meet Candidates Next Week

October 12, 2012 Jackson Hole, Teton County, Teton Valley, Town of Jackson Comments Off
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The local voting public will have an opportunity to get a better idea of what each of the candidates stand for next week during the typical forums put on in cooperation with the League of Women Voters in Jackson Hole.  The first of the Jackson Hole forums on Monday … Continue Reading

Gasoline Prices Soar

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Gasoline prices in the region as of late last week sent a shockwave through the driving public with Wyoming’s state average spiking to $3.73 per gallon of unleaded regular, and Jackson Hole’s price rising considerably higher than that.  Analysts blame the widespread unrest in the Middle East for much of the increase, compounded by … Continue Reading

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  • Pelts are nearing prime conditions - November 26, 2014
    The days are getting shorter and the nights are getting longer. It’s the amount of daylight, and not the temperature, that causes wild animals to grow longer, thicker coats. If you’re a predator hunter or a trapper, that’s your cue. The pelts are coming into their prime right now, but that doesn’t mean they’re at […]
  • Very Windy in Many Areas, Developing Light to Moderate Snow - November 25, 2014
    The I-25 and I-80 corridors and adjacent roads throughout central, eastern and southern Wyoming will see very strong and gusty winds today.  Sustained winds of 25 to 40 mph likely for many areas with gusts to 60 mph or higher in the wind prone locations. Light to moderate snow shower activity will also be increasing […]
  • Tame that recoil - November 25, 2014
    You don’t have to put up with nasty recoil when you’re hunting. Even if you’re hunting our state’s bigger animals, like elk, moose, or even bison, today’s technology can take a lot of the sting out of your hunting rifle. A friend told me he developed a bad flinch while sighting in his .300 Win […]
  • Cold and Windy, Areas of Snow Too - November 24, 2014
    Wind will continue to be the biggest story and headache across Wyoming through about Wednesday.  Strong sustained winds of 25 to 40 mph will be likely across many areas with gusts to 60 mph or more at times, especially on Tuesday.  Mountain locations across the state will continue to see on and off periods of […]

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