Even as fire danger ratings are being reduced throughout Northwestern Wyoming, Teton County has finally lifted its fire restrictions put into place July second. Those fire restrictions had pertained to all public and private lands in Teton County and specifically prohibited the use of any open fires, the use of chainsaws, welders or other tools that could generate a spark, and of course fireworks – including the town’s annual Independence Day display. With the lifting of the county-wide fire restrictions, the Town of Jackson will implement Fall Burn week November 3-11. Persons wishing to burn during this time are asked to contact the Jackson Hole Law Enforcement Agency at 733-2331. Residents outside of the Town of Jackson are reminded that all controlled burns must first be called into Teton County Dispatch at 733-2331.