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County To Take Stronger Control of Smells

July 11, 2016

Teton County officials will consider changes to laws governing nuisances today. The regulations, which govern everything from air quality to RV storage and noise, are set for discussion at today’s county commission meeting. Planners want …

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Devils’ Tower To Raise Entrance Fee

In September 2014, National Park Service units with fee collection programs were authorized to begin the civic engagement process associated with increasing entrance fees. Devils Tower National Monument is announcing a proposal to increase entrance fees, …

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State Puts Oil and Gas Map Online

July 10, 2016

The Wyoming State Geological Survey (WSGS) has launched a new online oil and gas map that will complement and enhance the Survey’s traditional paper Oil and Gas Map of Wyoming by providing additional data and …

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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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Four Seasons Gets Five Diamonds

February 21, 2020

The Four Seasons Resort and Residencies Jackson Hole in Teton Village was the only property in Wyoming to receive AAA Auto Club’s prestigious 5-Diamond Award for another year in a row since 2006. Five Diamond hotels, …

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Valley Students In Model UN

February 20, 2020

InterConnections 21 and the Jackson Hole High School UN Club led a team of 21 students from Jackson Hole High School, Jackson Hole Community School, and Mountain Academy to the University of Toronto Model United Nations conference in Toronto …

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Oh Deer!

Police work in Jackson Hole can be somewhat different from what you might find in other communities. On February 15th at a little past midnight, Officer Edward Gerlach responded to a deer that had somehow …

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Is Timing Right To End DST?

February 19, 2020

A bill to withdraw Wyoming from the Daylight-Saving Time program has been placed in general file in the House with a recommended “do Pass.”  The bill points out that the federal Uniform Time Act of …

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