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Park Will Replace Lewis River Bridge

February 14, 2019

A major construction project on the South Entrance Road in Yellowstone National Park has been approved one year from now. On December 21st,the National Park Service Acting Intermountain Regional Director Kate Hammond signed a Finding …

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Groups Urge New Work On Bear Conflict

Six conservation groups have sent a letter to the Interagency Grizzly Bear Committee’s Yellowstone Ecosystem Subcommittee urging members to develop new recommendations for avoiding conflict between bears, people and livestock, and also to evaluate how …

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State Unemployment Steady

Wyoming’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate has remained low for many months now while job growth has been steady. From the second quarter of 2017 to the second quarter of 2018, employment in the state rose …

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Storm Was Big But Not Like 1905

February 8, 2019

In case you wondered how this week’s snowstorms ranked with snowstorms historically in Jackson, the National Weather Service has ranked the accumulations on Monday and Tuesday a record for those dates. Officially, the weather service …

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Murderer Faces May Sentencing

February 22, 2019

Jackson resident Erik Ohlson will face sentencing for the 2016 murder of Jennifer Nalley of Driggs, Idaho on May ninth after he pleaded guilty to murder in front of Judge Bruce Pickett on last week …

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New Phone Scam Hits Area

The Sublette County Sheriffs’ Office is reporting they have received a number of calls about a new scam in that County. The current scam involves calls that are being made from people claiming to be …

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Woman Found Dead At Big Piney Home

February 20, 2019

A second woman in one week has been found deceased in her home in Sublette County. At approximately 12:50 pm Saturday, Sublette County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a call of an unresponsive female in her …

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Time Will Still Change

Wyoming residents will have to continue resetting their clocks in the spring and the fall. House Bill 14 which would have standardized Wyoming’s time zone year-round rather than fluctuating between mountain standard and mountain daylight …

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Habitat Gets Housing Grant

A $200,000 Competitive Affordable Housing Program grant from the Bank of Jackson Hole and the Federal Home Loan Bank of Des Moines, Iowa will help fund the $8 Million affordable housing development at The Grove …

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