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Downtown Has New Rules

August 2, 2016

Downtown Jackson has a new set of rules as the Town Council voted to pass the controversial District 2 ordinances limiting commercial buildout but allowing for some additional lodging. The downtown zoning regulations have undergone …

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Climbing Routes Reopen At Devil’s Tower

All climbing routes and summit areas at Devils Tower National Monument are reopened after peregrine falcons successfully fledged from the southeast face of the Tower. “Young peregrine falcons were observed feeding and flying well and …

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START Wants Housing

August 1, 2016

  Town Council and County Commission members will decide today how many housing units will be built at the START bus facility in Karns Meadow As currently drafted, plans show 11 units of housing totaling …

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Park Starts Tribal Youth Corps

Grand Teton National Park is launching a new Tribal Youth Corps program this summer. The goals of the program are to reconnect American Indian youth with the Grand Teton landscape while assisting with cultural preservation …

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Flags Half Staff For Fanos

July 29, 2016

Governor Matthew H. Mead, has ordered the Wyoming State flag to be flown at half-staff in honor of former State Senator John Fanos, from sunrise to sunset on Saturday, July 30, 2016, at the State Capitol in Cheyenne and …

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Potential Ozone Health Concerns Explained

March 25, 2019

  With recently heightened concern about ozone in the Upper Green River Basin area, a Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) official is explaining potential health effects linked to higher ozone levels.   Current information on ozone levels …

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County Residents Givers

A recent study by financial technology company SmartAsset set out to find where people are donating the most money. The study measured how much people donate as a percentage of their net income, and the proportion of …

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