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New Fire In Yellowstone

A medical aircraft detected a 1-acre fire about ¾-mile east of Wyodaho Lake in the Bechler District of Yellowstone National Park Friday. The Wyodaho is smoldering and creeping in grass and open timber less than …

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Town Continues King St Work

Paving on East Deloney between North Willow and North King is complete and open to 2-way traffic. However, North King Street remains closed to through traffic through this week. Two-way traffic on North King Street …

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Driggs Middle School Making Strides

August 23, 2019

Teton Middle School in Driggs has seen marked improvement since a less-than-satisfactory report was received from the state a year ago. Teton Middle School was identified by the Idaho State Department of Education as a …

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New Fire Starts In BTNF

There is a new wildfire on the Bridger-Teton National Forest. This one is on a ridge in the upper Coburn Creek area in the Jackson Ranger District; and was plainly visible from the valley floor …

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Steamboat Set To Beat Record

August 22, 2019

Steamboat Geyser in the Norris Geyser Basin of Yellowstone National Park has erupted for a 32ndtime this year with four months of the year still to go. Last year, the geyser erupted 32 time over …

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Wildlife Web Cams Go Live

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department debuted the first in a series of wildlife web cameras so people can connect to the Wyoming outdoors from anywhere. Called, WildLIVE, the cameras stream images live on the …

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Business Council CEO Resigns

September 16, 2019

  Shawn Reese announced his resignation today as Wyoming Business Council (WBC) chief executive officer. Reese did not set a specific date for the end of his tenure as head of the state of Wyoming’s …

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Check Smoke Detectors

As homeowners prepare to keep their homes warm during the colder months ahead, it might be good to consider how long their smoke alarms have been in service. Teton County Fire Marshal Kathy Clay points …

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Art Fair Opens

September 12, 2019

The Jackson Hole Fine Art Fairopens today. Alongside the 50 exhibitors, who will be participating from across the US, there is a full lineup of interesting and educational programming throughout the four-day fair. It is …

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Fireman’s Ball September 21

Preparations are under way for the 79thAnnual Fireman’s Ball to benefit the Jackson Volunteer Fire Department. That department includes Station 1 in downtown Jackson and Adams Canyon which is Station 7. Members of the department …

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Trail Work Closes Parts Of Mt Washburn

September 11, 2019

A closure on Mount Washburn will be in effect from September 9-13. Closed areas will include: Chittenden Road (from Grand Loop Road) Chittenden trailhead parking area Chittenden Road-Mount Washburn Trail See map for details. Crews will …

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Gasoline Down CNG steady

Our weekly gasoline survey shows the average price for gasoline in Jackson Hole decreased 1¢ over the past week, with the average of prices surveyed by Gasbuddy this week totaling $2.94 per gallon of unleaded …

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