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Stiff Penalties For Antler Poachers

May 25, 2016

Over the last 20 years, shed antler hunting has become very popular, and very lucrative. The increased demand and competition for antlers has created an equally dramatic increase in people combing big game winter ranges …

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Town Wants Input On Accessory Houses

  The Town of Jackson’s Planning Department is currently exploring an amendment to the Land Development Regulations for allowing Accessory Residential Units (ARUs) – also known as mother-in-law suites, carriage houses, basement suites, and guesthouses …

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Affordable Rentals Take Next Step

May 23, 2016

The proposal to build 28 rent restricted housing was lauded by planners who recommended that the Town Council approve it. The Planning Commission listened to the plan by the Jackson Hole Community Housing Trust to …

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Muldoon Files For Mayoral Run

May 20, 2016

Local musician and blogger Pete Muldoon has thrown his name into the mix of those seeking a 4-year term as Jackson’s Mayor. Muldoon, who posts on the blog Outside The Hole did not make an official …

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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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Elk Feeding Suit Brought

March 19, 2019

A conservation coalition has filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service today, asking a judge to order the agency to issue a plan to phase out elk feeding on the Jackson Hole National Elk …

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