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Concern Raised For Summer Water Supplies

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Reservoirs in the Upper Snake River Basin are filling again with the reservoirs collectively filled to 69% capacity. Individually, those reservoirs range from 100% filled at Henry’s Lake and 90% filled at American Falls to 39% of capacity at Pallisades Reservoir.  Jackson Lake is currently filled to 74% of its storage capacity.  The Bureau of Reclamation says … Continue Reading

Alleged Wyoming Burglar Caught In Driggs

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The Teton County Sheriff’s offices from Wyoming and Idaho arrested a 19 year old man at his residence in Driggs on a Wyoming felony warrant for conspiracy to commit auto burglary and auto burglary linked to … Continue Reading

Spring Forward This Weekend

Daylight Saving

This weekend, we get to reset our clocks again as the U.S. returns to daylight savings time.  The concept is that people won’t need their lights on at home until one hour later in the evening. It’s part of … Continue Reading

Exhibitors Sought For Photo Show

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Photographers are invited to share their favorite winter images of the region with the public during the Fifth Annual Winter Photo Festival to be held next month in West Yellowstone.  The festival will be held at the West Yellowstone Visitor Information Center on March 12th, sponsored by … Continue Reading

Airport Tower

The looming sequester is expected to spell curtailments of government services and even some closures of facilities – including airport control towers in the region.  At this time, the control towers listed do not include Jackson Hole Airport which continues … Continue Reading

Gasoline Prices Still Increasing

February 27, 2013 State of Idaho, State of Wyoming Comments Off
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The average retail price for regular gasoline across the country rose to $3.78 a gallon Monday. U.S. Energy Information Administration Spokesperson Amerine Woodyard says that’s up 3.7 cents from a week ago and up almost 43 cents from 4 weeks ago. She says pump prices were … Continue Reading

Study Outlines GTNP Economic Impacts

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A new National Park Service report for 2011 shows that nearly 2.6 million visitors to Grand Teton National Park spent over $436-million in the gateway communities surrounding the park. That spending, in turn, supported 6,397 jobs in … Continue Reading

Wildfire Webinar Offered

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The International Association of Wildland Fire is offering a “webinar” tomorrow entitled “Debunking Myths in Wildland Fire.  The association explains that as more people live in high fire hazard areas, the active involvement of the public is … Continue Reading

Barrasso Seeks “Good Neighbor” Legislation

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Agencies in the Greater Yellowstone area refer to it as a “blurring the boundaries.”  Now, Wyoming’s U.S. Senator John Barrasso has reintroduced bipartisan legislation that would allow the U.S. Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management to work with state foresters to … Continue Reading

CFTV Names New Executive Director

February 18, 2013 State of Idaho, Teton County, Teton Valley Comments Off
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The Community Foundation of Teton Valley earlier this month announced the selection Kim Trotter of Driggs as that organization’s new Executive Director. Trotter has served the last seven years as director of the Idaho Water Project for the statewide office of Trout Unlimited. From 1999-2005, she was … Continue Reading

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  • Special Weather Statement issued September 22 at 4:27AM MDT by NWS - September 22, 2014 at 10:27 AM
    THROUGH 8 AM...AREAS OF FOG AND RAIN WILL BE ENCOUNTERED ACROSS JACKSON HOLE. VISIBILITY IN FOG COULD BE REDUCED TO A TENTH OF A MILE IN SPOTS. MOTORISTS ARE URGED TO ALLOW EXTRA TIME TO REACH THEIR DESTINATION THIS MORNING...AND REMEMBER TO SLOW DOWN...AND USE LOW BEAMS WHEN FOG IS ENCOUNTERED.

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  • Simple steps can help you get your goat - September 22, 2014
    In Wyoming, antelope hunting is often an afterthought. We tend to focus on elk, and deer are a close second. Not many of us do a whole lot of planning for our antelope hunts. Maybe that’s partly because compared to deer and especially elk, antelope hunting can be pretty easy. As long as you’re not […]
  • Single Vehicle Rollover Kills Rock Springs Woman - September 19, 2014
    A single vehicle rollover on September 11th, at 11:50 p.m., resulted in the 105th highway fatality in Wyoming for 2014. A 2000 Dodge Ram truck was being driven by 54 year old Denise R. Olson of Rock Springs, Wyoming. The Wyoming Highway Patrol reports that the truck was traveling south on WY 530 at mile post 15 […]
  • Not As Warm With A Few Showers And Thunderstorms Today - September 19, 2014
    Scattered showers will be possible in central and southern Wyoming this morning into early afternoon as a weak cool front continues to push through the state.  Higher pressure will then build over the region this afternoon and evening, but some lingering moisture and daytime heating could trigger a few hit or miss thunderstorms in southern […]
  • Be a geek — make a gear checklist - September 19, 2014
    You’re miles from home. Heck, you’re even miles from the trailhead. You’re sitting in hunting camp, and you’re ready for the hunt that’ll start the next morning. You have your rifle. Your skinning knife’s on your belt. Your license is in your back pocket. Your cartridges are … uh, oh. They’re sitting on the seat […]

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