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SPET Projects Chosen For Local Ballot

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A total of $11-million in special purpose excise tax issues will be placed before the voters this year following the approval yesterday by the town and county leadership of six issues.  Mayor Mark Barron points out that all six issues involve construction of publicly-owned capital construction projects.  They include … Continue Reading

Avalanche Danger Increases Again

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Bridger Teton National Forest Avalanche Center reports that there were numerous slides yesterday brought on by the new, wet snow received over the weekend.  Among those slides were a sizable one … Continue Reading

Water Storage Increases In River Basins

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Weekend snows in Northwest Wyoming have pushed the snow storage and its water content significantly over the 30 year average now, according to the Natural Resource Conservation Service.  Monday’s report from the river basins in the region show actual snow accumulation in the Snake River Basin is now … Continue Reading

Land Exchange Bill Moves Forward In House

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The Wyoming House of Representatives passed the Grand Teton National Park land swap bill on general file Monday – the first action taken in the House after it was sent over from the Senate.  Teton County Representative Keith Gingery says the passage was fairly uneventful, with most of the legislators supportive of the measure. Gingery says the members of the House understand that … Continue Reading

Town and County Share Planning Director

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Jackson Town Council and Teton County Commissioners entered into an agreement Monday that allows the Town of Jackson Planning Director to provide management and leadership services for the Teton County Planning and Development Department.  The move help fills the void left when … Continue Reading

Grand Teton National Park Recruits YCP Workers

March 4, 2014 Grand Teton National Park, State of Wyoming Comments Off
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Grand Teton National Park is recruiting participants for the 2014 Youth Conservation Program now. The YCP is a summer program for high school students, ages 16 to 19. The 2014 program will span ten weeks from June 16th through August 21st. During the course of their day, YCP participants may … Continue Reading

Snowstorm Snarls Traffic

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Heavy snows dumped more than a foot of snow on the valley floor in Jackson Hole Saturday, and as much as three feet in the mountains, closing roads for a time and causing flights at the airport to be canceled.  An accident on Teton Pass led to the closure of the highway there for several hours in the middle of the day.  Farther west, Fremont County Search and Rescue teams helped … Continue Reading

Glory Bowl Runs, Blocks Pass

March 3, 2014 Jackson Hole, State of Wyoming, Teton County Comments Off
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Not surprisingly, the heavy snow Saturday brought with it an elevated avalanche danger.  The Wyoming Department of Transportation shot down snow at Glory Bowl above Teton Pass and the slide ran all the way to the highway, depositing … Continue Reading

Yellowstone Begins Clearing Roads

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It may not have entirely felt like it over the weekend, but this is the time seasons change in Yellowstone National Park.  Park Spokesman Al Nash says park plows are taking to the roads today, beginning to make their ways south through the park to open the roads.  That, says Nash is no small chore. He explains that unlike roads that are cleared for travel throughout the winter, … Continue Reading

Six Locals Appointed To State Boards

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Six Teton County residents have been listed among those being appointed or reappointed to state boards by Wyoming Governor Matt Mead.  Altogether there are 36 boards for which positions are being filled.  Among the locals being tapped to serve are … Continue Reading

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  • I’ll try anything to stay cool in the summer - July 24, 2014
    I recently saw an advertisement for a product that’s sure to be a big hit with outdoorsmen. Especially those of us who stomp around in the woods when the temperatures climb into the nineties. Last weekend, I found myself sitting in jeans, boots, a long-sleeved shirt and a cowboy hat at Cheyenne Frontier Days. While […]
  • Start honing your archery skills now - July 23, 2014
    Don’t just let that bow sit in the closet or out in the garage all summer. Dust off the case, take the bow out and get some practice. There are dozens of archery ranges around the state where you can practice shooting in the off season. If you don’t know where the one closest to […]
  • Body of Overdue Hiker Found in Grand Teton National Park - July 23, 2014
    The body of an overdue hiker was discovered Tuesday afternoon near the mouth of Cascade Canyon in Grand Teton National Park. Park officials report that Will Cornyn, 36, of San Francisco, Calif. was found below a steep cliff band near Inspiration Point. Cornyn had been reported overdue by his girlfriend on Monday when he did […]
  • Wyoming Sees Increase in Whooping Cough - July 22, 2014
    With continued growth in reported pertussis (whooping cough) cases this year, the Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) is encouraging awareness of the disease and vaccination to help protect vulnerable residents, especially infants. Forty-three pertussis cases have been reported to WDH so far this year, compared to a total of 76 in 2013, 59 in 2012, […]

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