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St. John’s Medical Center Goes 3D For Mammograms

July 7, 2016

St. John’s Medical Center is pleased to provide 3-D mammograms for the early detection and diagnosis of breast cancer. “The state-of-the-art 3D technology gives radiologists and physicians the best images available, which in turn gives patients peace …

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Jackson Man Charged in Driggs Murders

July 6, 2016

Jackson Man Charged with Two Counts of First Degree Murder in the Death of a Driggs Woman and her Unborn Child   – Investigators with the Idaho State Police and the Teton County Sheriff’s Office …

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Cell Tower With Cross Approved

  A new cell tower designed as a church bell tower will rise 55 feet above the Redeemer Lutheran Church after the Town Council approve it last night. The installation required a conditional use permit …

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Downtown Rules Trudge Forward

The controversial downtown zoning updates were moved forward when the Mayor and Town Council voted last night, but not before another change in the proposal.   The change would limit short-term lodging in the core …

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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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