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Airport Numbers Steady

February 19, 2020

Activity at the Jackson Hole Airport during January was nearly unchanged from January 2019. According to the report to the airport board, those departing Jackson Hole by air increased by 1% while those arriving declined …

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Tribal Trail Meeting Tonight

Nine months after the first public meeting of the Tribal Trail Connector Road, Teton County together with the Wyoming Department of Transportation and the Tribal Trail Stakeholder Advisory Committee, is hosting a second public meeting …

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Lodging Tax Awaits Senate Vote

House Bill 134 which would impose a statewide lodging tax of five percent in Wyoming passed out of the Wyoming House of Representatives Monday on a vote of 39 to 19 and is now been received …

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Greater Sage-Grouse Meeting Scheduled

February 17, 2020

The office of Governor Mark Gordon in conjunction with State of Wyoming agencies are hosting a Greater sage-grouse public outreach meeting at 10 am on  February 28th in Cheyenne. The meeting is the first in …

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Broncs Will Host Star Valley

February 16, 2020

Jackson Hole basketball teams had their work cut out for them last weekend as they hosted a couple of tough opponents. The Lady Broncs put up a fierce battle against Rock Springs Friday night before …

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Cutter Races In Afton

February 14, 2020

Afton Wyoming this weekend will host a rebirth of the annual Cutter Races.  Hosted by the local Shrine Club, the annual event has raised well over $½-million over the years to the Shriners’ Hospital in …

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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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