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September 9, 2012 Jackson Hole, Teton County, Town of Jackson No Comments
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Jackson Hole Radio continues working to keep you apprised of the activity of the Little Horse Thief Fire burning south of Jackson since Saturday afternoon.  At this time, the fire activity is located about 1.5 miles southeast of Snow King Mountain and moving to the Northeast.  However, fire officials are still urging people in the Snow King Mountain area to put themselves into a pre-evacuation mindset, should that be called for.  This includes pulling together things that may be near and dear, insurance papers, items needed to take pets to safety, and medications that might be needed if you are asked to leave your home.  There is no pre-evacuation notice in place in the Snow King Mountain area. The only pre-evacuation order that is in place involves residents in the Game Creek Area.  There are also no evacuations in effect at this time.  In the meantime, residents should consider registering with Nixle if they have not already done so.  Connect to the free service at www.nixle.com for the latest bulletins from emergency management officials to be sent as text messages to your phone or email messages to your computer.  Stay tuned to Jackson Hole Radio for any pertinent information when it is issued.

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