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Another Red Flag Day For Firefighters

August 3, 2016

Red flag warning remains in effect from noon today to 9 PM MDT this evening for very low relative humidity…strong wind gusts… hot temperatures and a Haines index of 5 to 6… * affected area…fire …

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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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Colasuonno Interim Town Attorney

May 20, 2019

The Mayor and Town Council recently announced that Lea Colasuonno has been selected to act as the Interim Town Attorney for the Town of Jackson.   Colasuonno has been the Assistant Town Attorney since August of …

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Holiday Weekend Promises Busy Highways

AAA Auto Club is predicting nearly 43 million Americans will start their summers with a Memorial Day weekend getaway. This long holiday weekend, marking the unofficial start of summer vacation season, will see the second-highest …

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Yellowstone Visitors Increase

May 17, 2019

Visits to Yellowstone National Park continue to increase even before the traditional press of the summer season. According to the National Park Service Natural and Cultural Resources Division, April saw a 10.3% increase in the …

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Jellen Heads TCEF

May 16, 2019

Teton County Education Foundation has announced the hiring of its first full-time Executive Director, Jennifer Jellen. Jellen comes to the foundation with twenty years of non-profit and business leadership experience, the last eight years of …

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