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Fraud At Teton Valley Schools

December 28, 2018

Teton School District 401 may have been the victim of fraud, losing over three quarters of a million dollars in the incident. Teton Valley News last week reported the alleged fraud resulted in the loss of …

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WYDOT Says ‘Watch For Elk’

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department and Wyoming Department of Transportation are asking motorists to be especially alert when traveling through the construction zone on Wyoming Highway 89 south of Jackson. Construction crews are building …

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49er Ball Hosted By Riot Act

  A long-standing tradition in Jackson Hole changing hands. Riot Act, Inc. is staging this year’s 122ndannual 49er Ball – formerly sponsored by the Jackson Hole Lions Club.  Once again, the event will be held …

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Appeal Filed On Griz Delisting

December 24, 2018

Tonight’s deadline has been met for the filing of an appeal to the decision to relist the Greater Yellowstone Grizzly Bear, with that appeal being filed jointly by the US Fish and Wildlife Service, the …

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Shutdown Has Impact On JH

December 23, 2018

President Donald Trump’s shutdown of portions of the federal government is impacting several facilities and agencies in our area. In Grand Teton National Park, the Entrance gates are open, but not staffed. Visitors can access the …

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Graduation Rates Rise

January 23, 2019

The Wyoming Department of Education has announced that high school graduation rates increased to 81.7 percent in 2017-18, which marked the fifth consecutive year of improvement from the class of 2013’s 77.6 percent graduation rate. …

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Hunting License Deadlines Near

January 22, 2019

The first of many hunting application deadlines is approaching. Resident and nonresident spring turkey hunters and nonresident elk hunters have until Jan. 31 to submit their applications for 2019 to the Wyoming Game and Fish …

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