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Mountain-style Rescue at a Construction Site

November 16, 2013 Jackson Hole, State of Wyoming, Teton County, Town of Jackson Comments Off
Glenwood Rescue

About 15 members of Teton County Search and Rescue joined with about a dozen members of Jackson Hole Fire/EMS Friday to evacuate an injured man at a construction site in downtown Jackson.  According to Teton County Undersheriff Bob Gilliam, at about 3:00 pm, 22 year-old Cody Durban of Billings, Montana had slipped off the scaffolding at … Continue Reading

Sheriff’s Office Urges Caution By Skiers

Avalanche Prep

In the wake of the two recent rescues involving skiers caught in avalanches, the Teton County Sheriff’s office has issued a reminder to back country users to more carefully select the terrain in which they ski. Additionally, the department urges … Continue Reading

Elk Not Remaining on Refuge

elk migration

As you drive past the National Elk Refuge, you may notice that it still looks pretty empty.  However, Refuge Biologist Eric Cole says that’s not because there is no activity there.  Cole says elk movements to the refuge over the past week … Continue Reading

Speed Limit Reduced On Wyo 22

November 15, 2013 Jackson Hole, State of Wyoming, Teton County Comments Off
Speed 45

Jackson Hole Residents have already experienced periods of slippery roads after the first snows of the season, but today is the day the seasonal speed limit on Wyoming Highway 22 between Jackson and Wilson is being reduced until spring.  Wyoming Highway Patrol Lieutenant Tom Kelly says … Continue Reading

Caribou-Targhee Selling Christmas Tree Tags

forest trees

The Caribou-Targhee National Forest has announced that Christmas Tree tag sales are in full swing now for the holiday season.  Those tags are available at ranger district offices as well as a variety of vendor locations.  Those vendors include … Continue Reading

Museum Curators Take A Break

November 15, 2013 Jackson Hole, Teton County, Town of Jackson Comments Off
Historical Museum

The Jackson Hole Historical Society & Museum has announced that the museum, store, research center, and administrative offices will be closed for two weeks beginning Saturday for an off-season recess. The museum is open weekly Tuesday through Saturday, but will close again December 22nd through the 26th for the Christmas holiday.

Fireman’s Ball Yeilds Red Hot Profits

November 14, 2013 Jackson Hole, State of Wyoming, Teton County, Town of Jackson Comments Off
JH Fire-EMS

The statistics are in and it appears that this year’s Fireman’s Ball in Jackson netted more than twice the profit seen after last year’s ball.  This year’s chairman of the event, James Powell says there were … Continue Reading

GTNP Studies Mountain Goat Intrusion

Mtn Goat

The National Park Service is beginning to develop a plan to analyze potential strategies for managing non-native mountain goat populations spreading through Grand Teton National Park and the John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway. Park Spokesperson Jackie Skaggs says the assessment is intended to … Continue Reading

Fish Creek May Be Polluted

November 14, 2013 Jackson Hole, State of Wyoming, Teton County Comments Off
Fish Creek

Federal biologists are pointing to indicators that Fish Creek which flows through Wilson is polluted.  A recent study by the US Geological Survey and published recently in the Jackson Hole News and Guide says … Continue Reading

Joint Committee Reverses Snowmobile Amendment

November 14, 2013 State of Wyoming, Teton County Comments Off
Leland_Christensen

The Wyoming Legislature’s Travel, Recreation, Wildlife and Cultural Resources Committee late last month discussed changes to the state’s snowmobile permitting process to be proposed at the upcoming legislative session in February.  Teton County Senator Leland Christensen who sits on that committee says amendments proposed during a previous meeting held in Teton Village would have … Continue Reading

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  • Governor Pushes EPA and Army Corps to Withdraw Water Proposal - July 9, 2014
    Calling it time consuming and costly, Governor Matt Mead is opposing the Interpretive Rule proposed by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps). The Interpretive Rule expands the Waters of the U.S., which is part of the Clean Water Act. In a letter to the Administrator of the EPA […]
  • Owen Fire is 80% Contained - July 9, 2014
    The Owen Fire was declared 80 percent contained following Tuesday’s operational period and crews are hopeful to make even more gains today. The wildfire has not grown in size over the last 24 hours and remains at approximately 500 acres in the area directly north of Lake Owen on the Medicine Bow National Forest. Despite […]
  • Warm Temperatures; Chance for Isolated Thunderstorms - July 9, 2014
    Temperatures will warm up quickly today, across most of the state.  Expect highs generally in the 80′s to low 90′s, above average ranges for early July.  Partial sunshine is expected, but we are expecting the chance for isolated late-day thunderstorms.  Thunderstorms will be likely over the northwest mountains, and towards eastern and southeast Wyoming late […]
  • Don’t forget the worms - July 9, 2014
    When I go fishing, I expect to come home without any fish. In fact, I’m often surprised if I even get a bite. But when I go with my boys, they seem to catch something on just about every cast. That wasn’t the case a few nights ago. For once, they had the same luck […]

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