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Park Treats Dehydration Cases

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Officials in Grand Teton National Park say they have had to respond to several cases of individuals suffering from dehydration.  Often, people do not realize how quickly the heat and low humidity can take its toll on them.  Medical experts point out that symptoms generally become noticeable after … Continue Reading

Photo Selected To Celebrate Barn’s Centennial

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The centennial celebration of a popular icon in Grand Teton National Park is little more than one week away now.  Grand Teton National Park has partnered with the Jackson Hole Historical Society & Museum and the T.A. Moulton Barn Centennial Celebration committee to stage a public celebration … Continue Reading

Governor Cautious About Land Exchange

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Wyoming Governor Matt Mead told reporters Wednesday that the state is not looking for alternate buyers for the land inside Grand Teton National Park until the state knows for sure the federal government will not be able to consummate the deal on the remaining parcels it agreed to buy.  Mead says the state is examining … Continue Reading

GTNP Visitations Up Last Month

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Grand Teton National Park has reported its monthly use statistics for June which indicates recreational visits for the month were up by 5%.  According to the report filed by the National Park Service Use Statistics Office, … Continue Reading

Moose-Wilson Road Closing For Dustcoat

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Grand Teton National Park has announced that the southern portion of the Moose-Wilson Road will be closed for a day next week while road crews perform dust abatement on the road.  According to a statement from the park, … Continue Reading

Yellowstone Fire Danger “High”

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Yellowstone National Park officials have elevated their fire danger rating to “High” for the holiday weekend.  Spokesman Al Nash says between the fast-draying conditions around the park and the elevated visitation, it was determined the revised rating was warranted.  Nash says … Continue Reading

Charges Made In Park Assault

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The suspect in an assault that occurred Friday in Grand Teton National Park has now made an appearance in federal court in Jackson where he was charged with one count of assault with a dangerous weapon with intent to do bodily harm, and one count of assault which resulted in serious bodily injury. 32 year-old Vincent Hagey of Las Vegas, Nevada appeared before … Continue Reading

Study Begins In Moose-Wilson Corridor

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Visitors traveling through the Moose-Wilson corridor in Grand Teton National Park may encounter researchers along the road, at trailheads, on trails, and in parking areas who began a survey yesterday and will continue the project through October. Park Spokesperson Jenny Anzelmo-Sarles says … Continue Reading

Park Land Sale Discussed

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Members of the Teton County Legislative Delegation met yesterday with the Director of Wyoming’s Office of State Lands and Investments to discuss the breakdown of the sale of state lands inside Grand Teton National Park to the federal government.  Representative Keith Gingery says while the first two parcels have been successfully sold and transferred to the federal government, … Continue Reading

Violence Erupts In Grand Teton National Park

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A concession employee in Grand Teton National Park was hospitalized after an apparent assault Friday morning at an employee dormitory adjacent Jackson Lake Lodge.  Park Rangers have arrested one suspect and detained him before turning the case over to investigators from Yellowstone National Park.  Little more information is available about the case.  Park officials say following the incident, the residential area was once again considered secure.

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