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Grants Sought To Fix Intruded Campgrounds

January 24, 2014 State of Idaho Comments Off
Palisades Bridge

The Palisades Ranger District is seeking grant money from the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation to restructure the campground at the foot of Palisades Dam to accommodate a road that now runs directly through it.  The grant request seeks money to … Continue Reading

IPSSSDR Promises Keen Competition

IPSSSDR 01-30

The 19th annual International Pedigree Stage Stop Sled Dog Race begins from the Jackson town square one week from today with 17 competitors registered to participate.  That’s down from 21 racers last year, but Race Director Dan Carter says the competition will be very keen. Carter points in particular to … Continue Reading

Winter Parking Restrictions Coming In Victor

January 21, 2014 State of Idaho, Teton Valley Comments Off
Overnight Parking

Even as the Town of Jackson has implemented an annual parking restriction on town streets through the winter, neighboring Victor, Idaho is about to follow suit with its own restrictions beginning next month.  City officials there say three parking locations in Victor will … Continue Reading

Driggs To Get A Library

January 21, 2014 State of Idaho, Teton Valley Comments Off
Valley of Tetons Library

The community of Driggs, Idaho may at last get a public library.  A supplemental tax levy for Valley of the Tetons Library has been placed on the May ballot to pay for leased space in Driggs.  If the measure is passed, a branch library would be … Continue Reading

Teton Middle School Teacher Dies

January 17, 2014 State of Idaho, Teton Valley Comments Off
Teton Middle School

A loved teacher at Teton School District 401 in Driggs, Idaho has died.  Mr. Brandon Sperber was a teacher at Teton Middle School. He passed away yesterday after suffering a cardiac event. Sperber was a science teacher and previous basketball coach at the middle school. Funeral arrangements are not available at this time. School counselors and … Continue Reading

Counties Join Forces To Seek Sustainable Housing

January 16, 2014 State of Idaho, State of Wyoming, Teton County, Teton Valley Comments Off
Sustainable Yellowstone

Three Idaho Counties and Teton County, Wyoming have joined forces to assess regional housing needs in order to provide a basis for developing regional objectives and strategies.  Working together in an organization called Western Greater Yellowstone Consortium, … Continue Reading

Snowmobilers Rescued On Pine Creek Pass

January 15, 2014 State of Idaho, Teton County, Teton Valley Comments Off
TCI SAR

Teton County Idaho Search and Rescue joined members of the Bonneville County Search and Rescue team to rescue two lost snowmobile riders who had become mired down in the fog hill area near the top of Pine Creek Pass south of Victor.  According to Paul Bruno of the Teton County Idaho team, … Continue Reading

FTR Celebrates River Revitalization

January 14, 2014 State of Idaho, Teton County, Teton Valley Comments Off
FTR

The Friends of Teton River is celebrating the completion of the Teton Creek Restoration Project last month, and plans to host a tour of the project in the spring. This 7 year endeavor repaired 6,100 linear feet of stream channel that was … Continue Reading

School Day Extended For Driggs Students

January 13, 2014 State of Idaho, Teton County, Teton Valley Comments Off
Teton High School

Students at Teton High School in Driggs will have five-minute longer days beginning today.  Due to the three days missed in December as a result of the frigid temperatures, those classroom hours need to be made up.  As such, District #401 Superintendent Monte Woolstenhulme says … Continue Reading

Bear Cub Accidentally Trapped

January 9, 2014 State of Idaho, Teton Valley Comments Off
hurt bear cub

A bear cub accidentally caught in a wolf trap near Tetonia, Idaho may consider itself lucky that the incident took place.  The foothold trap had been placed on Friday, January 3rd and checked after 48 hours, 24 hours in advance of the 72-hour required trap checking period.  The cub that should have been hibernating with its mother … Continue Reading

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