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Stock Growers Welcome Duerr

On July 16th the Wyoming Stock Growers Land Trust welcomed Steve Duerr to their Board. Duerr is an associate broker with the Western Ranches Division of Jackson Hole Real Estate Associates and serves as general …

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Fires Reported in Yellowstone Park

August 6, 2020
Take Care With Open Burning

Yellowstone National Park’s wildfire season began recently with two lightning-ignited wildfires. The first one called the Sour Fire, was located near the Mirror Plateau, and was spotted by the park’s Mount Washburn Lookout Saturday afternoon. Precipitation …

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Airplane Crash Victim ID’d

August 5, 2020

The man who died in the crash of a light plane as it was enroute from Helena, Montana to Jackson has been identified now. Officials have released that 52-year-old Brandon Hogan of Helena, the man …

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Forest Website Aids Campers

Bridger-Teton National Forest has launched a website to help people visiting the area deal with the overcrowded camping facilities around the forest. A new Story Map visual presentation with maps and current camping tips can …

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License Renewal Extended

August 4, 2020

Residents who have driver licenses and identification cards that will soon be expiring will have additional time to renew. Although WYDOT’s Driver Services offices are open and serving customers in person, a 180-day grace period …

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Grizzly Killed After Eating Cow

August 3, 2020
Grizzly Bear

A grizzly bear was euthanized after a recent cattle depredation just north of Yellowstone National Park in the southern section of Park County, Montana. The adult male bear was captured shortly after it had killed …

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Two Rescues in Grand Teton Sunday

Tetons

Grand Teton National Park rangers responded to two calls for assistance on Sunday. About 5:15 pm, Park Spokesperson Denise Germann says the park received a report of individual feeling sick near the Death Canyon Cabin …

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Stomping the Divots Goes Virtual

The annual fundraiser for Jackson Hole Therapeutic Riding will look a little different this year, like so many other fundraisers around the region. As their most significant fundraiser of the year, Stomping the Divots raises …

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Fremont Fire Danger Very High

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is banning open fires on all Game and Fish Commission-owned and administered lands within the Lander Region. The fire danger rating in that area has been elevated now to …

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Pathways Work Will Cause Delays

July 31, 2020

Teton County and the Town of Jackson will be performing annual pathways sealing during the week of August 3 to August 7th. Pathway users should be aware that selected pathways will be closed to public …

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Rec Center Project on Hold

The Jackson/Teton County Recreation Center expansion project has been put on hold over a variety of concerns. The $22-million project is supposed to include a climbing gym, an indoor track, and other recreational amenities. However, …

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Jackson Bound Plane Crashes In Montana

July 30, 2020

A twin-engine private aircraft that was enroute to Jackson, Wyoming from Helena, Montana has crashed in the mountains between Ennis and Big Sky, Montana.  The twin-engine Cessna 377 Skymaster with three passengers on board was …

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Spike in Campers Impacts Forest

Bridger-Teton National Forest is experiencing a significant increase in camping this summer, both at developed campgrounds and dispersed campsites. Because of the spike in use, visitors are struggling to find Forest locations to camp, often …

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State Warns of Mysterious Seeds

No doubt, you have been seeing national news about packets of mysterious seeds being randomly mailed from China to recipients in several American states. Wyoming is one of those states where these seeds are showing …

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Comp Plan Update Released to Public

The Jackson/Teton County Draft Comprehensive Plan update had been released now for public review. Over the last year, hundreds of community members have engaged in Jackson and Teton County’s Growth Management project, a process for …

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