Healing And Art Combine

January 2, 2019

St. John’s Medical Center and the National Museum of Wildlife Art have entered an unique collaboration to promote healing through sensory perception. 12 John James Audubon reproduction prints from the museum’s Education Collection have been …

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Weather Modification Program Underway

January 1, 2019

A cloud seeding program has started this winter in the mountains of southern Wyoming and could soon be pursued in Colorado. Both states already seed clouds from land-based towers, but now has begun using aircraft. …

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Time To Discard The Tree

December 28, 2018

With Christmas behind us now, some area residents may be already taking down their Christmas trees and looking for a way to dispose of them. Carrie Bell, Waste Diversion and Outreach Coordinator for Teton County …

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New Councilors To Be Sworn-in

The newly elected Town Council members, Arne Jorgensen and Jonathan Schechter are to be sworn in during a special ceremony, Monday, January 7th in the Town Hall’s Council Chambers. Jorgensen and Schechter were elected on …

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WYDOT Work Continues

December 27, 2018

The Wyoming Department of Transportation has assured that the shutdown of the federal government is not expected to have any immediate effect on the WYDOT’s operations. Spokesman J.L. O’Brien says WYDOT will use its borrowing …

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Holidays Not Fun For All

December 26, 2018

Do you know somebody who is alone this holiday season? Many people look forward to the holiday festivities with friends and family. However, for others this time of year can intensify stress, sadness and depression; especially …

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