Teton Valley Unemployment Steady

January 30, 2020

Idaho’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate remained at 2.9 percent in December for the sixth consecutive month. An additional 2,329 people made themselves available for work in December, pushing Idaho’s seasonally adjusted labor force up to …

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Gas Prices Drop

January 29, 2020

Local gasoline prices have dropped slightly this week. According to Gasbuddy, this week’s gasoline survey shows the average price for gasoline in Jackson Hole dropped 5¢ to $2.67 per gallon of unleaded regular, with prices …

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Wyoming Workforce Increases

Wyoming’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate held steady from November to December at 3.7%. According to the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services, the state’s unemployment rate was lower than its December 2018 level of 4.1%, but …

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Idaho To Extend Wolf Hunt

The Idaho Department of Fish and Game is proposing seven extensions of their 2020 wolf hunting seasons and two proposed changes to open more areas to wolf trapping and extend trapping seasons. Fish and Game biologists recently published …

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Special Olympics Next Week

Special Olympics Wyoming athletes are making their final plans for the state Winter Games next week. Over 180 athletes,13 partners, plus their coaches, families, and chaperones, will celebrate over forty years of winter sports competition. …

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Game and Fish Meet In Casper On CWD

January 27, 2020

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s chronic wasting disease (CWD) working group will meet to make updates to the draft CWD Management Plan in Casper, Feb. 5-6. The meeting will be held in the Dahlia/Plumeria …

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Wyoming PBS Moves Into Center

Wyoming Humanities/ThinkWY and Center for the Arts welcomed WyomingPBS as the newest Resident of The Center with a special reception Friday. Wyoming Humanities and Wyoming PBS will share the current Wyoming Humanities space next to The Green Room and …

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