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Teton River Needs Trout

March 14, 2012 State of Idaho, Teton County, Teton Valley Comments Off
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Friends of the Teton River in Teton Valley, Idaho is proposing to re-introduce Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout into the Teton River in cooperation with the Idaho Fish and Game Department to help make the species more resilient there.  The group says the species has fallen victim to … Continue Reading

Idaho Kills Controversial Wolf Bill

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Even as Wyoming’s wolf management bill is winning widespread support as it moves through the legislature, a more controversial wolf-management bill before the Idaho legislature was killed in that’s state Senate yesterday.  That bill would have allowed … Continue Reading

Narcotics Stolen From Driggs Pharmacy

February 29, 2012 State of Idaho, Teton County, Teton Valley Comments Off
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The Teton County Idaho Sheriff’s Department is investigating the burglary of a Driggs pharmacy last Friday which involved a large amount of prescription drugs taken from the store.  Specifically, narcotics including Methadone, Hydromorphone, Methylin and Oxycodone were reported missing.  Estimated value of the drugs is … Continue Reading

Caribou-Targhee Seeks YCC Applicants

February 29, 2012 Lincoln County, State of Idaho, Swan Valley Comments Off
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The Palisades Ranger District of the Caribou-Targhee National Forest is taking applications for this summer’s Youth Conservation Corps Program .  Four positions will be offered there this year. Spokesman Lynn Ballard says applicants must be at least 17 years old the day they are hired and cannot … Continue Reading

Raid On Tourism Funds Fended Off

Efforts in the Wyoming House yesterday to strip funds from the Travel and Tourism budget were fended off by members of the Teton County delegation led by Representative Ruth Ann Petroff.  Speaker Pro Tempore Keith Gingery says the county’s representatives successfully argued that … Continue Reading

Idaho Seeks Fewer License Plates

February 7, 2012 State of Idaho, Teton County, Teton Valley Comments Off
Idaho License

You’ve seen the variety of license plates on the cars of residents in neighboring Idaho – commemorating  potatoes, old timers, white water, corvettes, skiers, snowmobiles – 38 specialty plates in all in addition to the standard license plate.  Too many?  Apparently the state legislature … Continue Reading

Impacts Expected From Solar Flares

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Broadcasting and electricity could get a little “jiggy” today and tomorrow after a strong solar flare erupted Sunday evening and continues to affect the earth.  According to the National Weather Service Space Weather Prediction Center, the impacts of the solar storm are likely to be minimal, but could pose an impact to power grids, where voltage corrections may be required and false alarms triggered on some protective devices.  Satellite radio signals could also be briefly interrupted.  The weather service also says high-latitude sky watchers could be treated to some displays of the aurora borealis.

Flu Season Coming

December 29, 2011 Jackson Hole, State of Idaho, Teton County, Town of Jackson Comments Off
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Teton County Public Health Department says this season’s Influenza activity remains low at this time, but is expected to increase in the coming weeks.  Teton County Health Officer Jim Little is reminding residents to be vigilant in stopping the spread of illness. Recently, there have been … Continue Reading

Teton Valley Employment Up

December 26, 2011 State of Idaho, Teton County, Teton Valley Comments Off
Employment

Even though Teton County eclipsed all of the Wyoming’s other 22 counties with a jobless rate of 11.8% in November, things looked considerably better only a few miles west In Teton County, Idaho.  According to the Idaho Department of Labor, Teton Valley posted … Continue Reading

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