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Teton County Prepares For Voting

August 5, 2016

 New Teton County Vote Centers Offer Flexibility For Casting Ballots  County Clerk Sherry L. Daigle is excited to introduce the Vote Center concept to Teton County for the 2016 election cycle, beginning with the upcoming primary …

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Chip Seal Won’t Go On Bike Lanes

August 4, 2016

Chip Sealing of South Park Loop Road from South Highway 89 to Tribal Trail Road, as well as Virginian Lane, is scheduled to occur on Tuesday, August 2nd. Chip Sealing of West Snow King Avenue …

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More Fires Threaten Western Wyoming

  Cody Fire 3000 Acres, Homes Lost   The latest reported blaze started in Whit Creek in the Wapiti Valley to the west of Cody and was reported yesterday afternoon. Officials issued evacuations in residential …

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Leftover Hunting Licenses Sell Tomorrow

August 3, 2016

There is another opportunity to purchase a leftover license for hunting big game this fall. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will reopen leftover license sales on August 4, 2016 beginning at 8 a.m. “Due …

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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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News

Trump Rally Scheduled Today

October 17, 2019

Teton County’s Republicans are planning to rally their members and other community residents today between 11:30 and noon to strike back at President Trump’s political antagonists. The event is called “March for Trump: Stop Impeachment …

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Price of Gas Drops

October 16, 2019

This week’s gasoline survey shows the average price for gasoline in Jackson Hole decreased 3¢ over the past two weeks, with the average of prices surveyed by Gasbuddy this week totaling $2.78 per gallon of …

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Grazing Decision Issued

Pinedale District Ranger Rob Hoelscher of the Bridger-Teton National Forest has signed the final record of decision for the Upper Green River Area Rangeland Project. The project allows for continued cattle and horse grazing on …

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Smoking Starts Fire In Dubois

Smoking may be hazardous to your business. The Dubois Fire Department responded to a report of a Structure fire on Ramshorn Street downtown Monday. First responders found smoke coming from the rear of the building …

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Park Sides with Sheep Over Goats

The National Park Service has signed a Finding of No Significant Impact for the Mountain Goat Management Plan and Environmental Assessment at Grand Teton National Park. The purpose of the plan is first, to aid …

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