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Save the Block 4 Million Goal

June 6, 2019

There’s a new goal to make four-million by the fourth. After a successful Million Dollar May campaign in which the Jackson Hole Land Trust was able to bring the money collected to save the Genevieve …

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New Teton Fault Map Available

May 28, 2019

The Wyoming State Geological Survey has published a new map depicting the Teton fault, considered a potential source of large earthquakes. It is the most detailed mapping ever completed across the length of the fault, which spans …

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Historic Nuke Reactor Open For Tours

May 24, 2019

Over the next several days, there will be a host of activities in Jackson Hole to appeal to residents’ and visitors’ fascination with the old west. But if you are looking for something to satisfy …

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Dunraven Pass Opening

May 23, 2019

Yellowstone National Park has announced plans to open Dunraven Pass for the season on Friday if the weather permits. The gates to the pass are to be swung open at 8:00 am, but park officials …

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Town Battles Weather

May 22, 2019

Weather has just not been cooperating with street crews who are resurfacing east Pearl Avenue and South King Street. Work there is expected to resume today with the intent of finishing the project by Friday. …

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Park Closes Trails While Bears Feed

May 21, 2019

A popular hiking area in Grand Teton National Park has been closed starting on the south shore of Taggart Lake; southeast along lake and creek shore, to the north side of the Valley Trail Junction. Park …

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Area Airports Benefit From FAA Grants

The Afton Municipal Airport is receiving $90,000 to reconstruct their taxiway, and the Ralph Wenz Field in Pinedale will have $1.9 million to reconstruct apron and taxiway. The grants are part of $9.5 million being awarded …

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Senior Summers Active Outdoors

June 17, 2019

Traversing mountainous landscapes to secret fishing holes and hunting locales isn’t just for the young. Older and aging adults can still hunt and fish alongside other outdoor enthusiasts, and many still are — the U.S. …

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BTNF Starts Salt Creek Restoration

The Kemmerer Ranger District, Bridger-Teton National Forest, has made the decision to move forward with the Salt Creek Restoration Project to improve fish habitat and water quality along a section of Salt Creek in the …

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Cops Look For Robbers

Law enforcement officials are looking for two men seen taking items from the ACE Hardware Store in Jackson a week ago. After reportedly shoplifting, Intermountain Roofing reports the pair returned late that evening about 10:30 …

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