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Artists Sought For Street Project

January 7, 2014 State of Wyoming, Town of Jackson Comments Off
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As the town of Jackson reconstructs Cache Street south of the downtown area, the town’s art association is seeking artistic contributions to incorporate into the pavers.  The selected artist or team will design and fabricate pavers that will be integrated into … Continue Reading

Teton County Commission Chooses New Leadership

January 7, 2014 State of Wyoming, Teton County Comments Off
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Monday brought a “changing of the guard” at the Teton County Commission with Commission Chairman Paul Vogelheim stepping down and Hank Phibbs again taking the lead as the board’s chairman.  Vogelheim says it was a prolific year for the commissioners to set policy, but perhaps the most significant accomplishment was operating the county within a tight budget. He says the commission actually got the budget done before … Continue Reading

Weather Service Warns Against Bitter Cold

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The National Weather Service this morning warned parents sending their children back to school for the first day after the holidays to bundle them up for their wait at the bus stop.  Temperatures in Northwestern Wyoming hovered in the areas of -10 to -30 in some locations.  The service’s weather statement added that wind chill values intensified the effects of those bitter temperatures.  Sub-zero temperatures are also forecast for tomorrow morning in the region.

Flat Creek Continuing To Flood

January 6, 2014 Jackson Hole, State of Wyoming, Town of Jackson Comments Off
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There are only a handful of streams in North America that exhibit the behavior of freezing from the bottom up and flooding, and one of those streams flows directly through the Town of Jackson.  Mayor Mark Barron says as that flooding continues this year, solutions are being sought.  He says there are maybe five or six waterways in North America that have the winter “frazil ice” flooding problem, so … Continue Reading

Swinging Bridge Closed This Week

January 6, 2014 Jackson Hole, State of Wyoming, Teton County Comments Off
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Beginning today, those living along or in areas accessed by the Old Henry’s Road will have to access their homes  from the south end of the road near Horse Creek.  Through this week, the Teton County Road and Levee Department is replacing a broken stringer on the Swinging Bridge and that bridge is closed while the repair work is under way.  County officials assure that the emergency services here are aware of the closure and the alternate access to the area in order to continue to provide emergency services there as necessary.

Liz Cheney Drops Out Of Race

January 6, 2014 Jackson Hole, State of Wyoming Comments Off
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Senate Candidate Liz Cheney has announced she will drop out of the race against Incumbent Senator Mike Enzi.  ABC Radio is reporting that in a statement released by her campaign this morning, she confirmed in her own words that she’s leaving the race. She says that serious health issues have recently arisen in our family and under the circumstances, I have decided to discontinue my campaign. Cheney became a resident of Jackson Hole in 2012.

IPSSSDR Contestents Prepare For Race

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The 2014 IPSSSDR begins from downtown Jackson the end of this month. Some early season races in Alaska were cancelled due to poor weather conditions, but there are more races scheduled in which many of this year’s Stage Stop are participating. This provides a chance to … Continue Reading

Recycle Center Accepting Plastic Wrap

January 6, 2014 Jackson Hole, State of Wyoming, Teton County, Town of Jackson Comments Off
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The Teton County Integrated and Solid Waste and Recycling Center has decided to “put the wraps on” a greater variety of plastic grocery bags and plastic wrap that find their way into landfills.  Such commodities are obviously not biodegradable.  Solid Waste and Recycling Outreach Coordinator Mac Dukart explains … Continue Reading

Wyoming Traffic Fatalities Lowest Since 1945

January 6, 2014 State of Wyoming Comments Off
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According to preliminary numbers, it appears Wyoming’s highway traffic fatality count in 2013 will be the lowest it has been since the year 1945 which saw 71 fatalities in the State.  As it stands at the moment, Wyoming’s 2013 traffic fatality count from vehicle crashes … Continue Reading

Flu Spreading Across Wyoming

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Cases of influenza have been picking up across the state of Wyoming; and Idaho is reporting its first flu-related death now.  Altogether, Wyoming has recorded over 460 cases of flu, while Wyoming Department of Health Spokesperson Kim Deti says a majority seem to be on the eastern side of the state.  She says there have been only a handful of cases reported in Teton County, but she quickly points out … Continue Reading

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  • Wyoming Law Enforcment To Particpate In Interstate Challenge - July 30, 2014
    Wyoming motorists will notice an extra law enforcement presence when driving on two of the country’s most highly traveled and dangerous interstates during a four-day enforcement campaign in early August.  The Wyoming Highway Patrol and law enforcement officials in 14 other states are joining together with a goal of zero deaths on Interstates 94 and […]
  • Mead Receives Endorsement Of Former Presidential Candidate - July 30, 2014
    Governor Mitt Romney announced his endorsement of Matt Mead’s re-election bid. “I’m honored to have Governor Romney’s endorsement,” said Governor Mead. “His support means a great deal to me in great part because of his leadership and integrity. As a former Governor, Mitt understands the importance of State leadership.  Wyoming has had to push back […]
  • Wyoming Lottery Releasing Names Of Lottery Retailers - July 30, 2014
    With the Aug. 24 launch of Powerball® and Mega Millions® ticket sales less than a month away, the Wyoming Lottery has started releasing the names of the retailers it has approved so far. The Lottery’s goal is to have a maximum of 450 to 500 ticket-selling locations statewide. To find the nearest WyoLotto™ location, residents can […]
  • State American Legion Baseball Previews [AUDIO] - July 30, 2014
    The AA and A State American Legion baseball tournaments begin today (Wednesday).  The AA tourney will be in Gillette, while the A championships will be played at Cowboy Field in Laramie. Just five teams will be in the AA bracket that will follow a double elimination format.  And with just a five-team bracket, a team […]

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