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Fall Back This Sunday

November 1, 2019

This weekend, we get to reset our clocks again as the U.S. returns to mountain standard time.  In 2005, Congress passed the Energy Policy Act shifting the start of daylight savings to the second Sunday …

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Enzi Introduces Park Funding Bill

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi has introduced legislation that would address the nearly $12 billion maintenance backlog at our national parks without adding to the national debt. The National Travel and Tourism Office found that more than one-third …

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Halloween Safety Urged

October 31, 2019

Jackson Hole Crimestoppers is sounding cautions as area residents celebrate the Halloween holiday. Crimestoppers reminds parents of children who go out trick-or-treating this Halloween to make sure drivers can easily see the children. Have them …

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Last Day For Elk Feeding Comments

October 30, 2019

Today is the last day for the public to comment on a plan to ween the elk on the national refuge off of supplemental feed. Currently, the initiation of supplemental winter feeding occurs when available …

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Forest Shuffles Leadership

October 29, 2019

Bridger Teton National Forest has announced a temporary change in leadership as Forest Supervisor Tricia O’Connor goes to Ogden Utah to serve as the acting Deputy Regional Forester. As a result, Deputy Forest Supervisor Derek Ibarguen will …

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Victor Hires Planner

November 17, 2019

The city of Victor, Idaho has a new Planning and Zoning Director. The Victor City Council unanimously confirmed the appointment of Kimberly Kolner during its meeting on last Wednesday. Mayor Jeff Potter explained the city …

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INL Hosts Cyberforce Competition

November 14, 2019

For the second year in a row, Idaho National Laboratory will host several university teams from around the region taking part in a national cybersecurity competition. The U.S. Department of Energy is hosting its CyberForce Competition at …

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Speed Limit Drops On 22

Tomorrow is November 15th, the date each year that the speed limit on Wyoming Highway 22 is reduced from 55 to 45 miles per hour.  Lt. Matt Brackin of the Wyoming Highway Patrol says the …

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Shutdown In Our Future?

November 13, 2019

Could another government shutdown be in our future? The House will vote next week on a measure to keep federal agencies open past November 21st, when a current stop-gap bill is set to expire. Lawmakers will …

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