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Scout Camps Cancelled

June 5, 2020

At least one traditional youth activity of 100 years or more is being interrupted by the Coronavirus this year. Grand Teton Council Executive Board has voted to suspend all Boy Scout resident camp and Cub …

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Giants Win, Host Green River

June 2, 2020

The Giants grabbed their first win of the year in convincing fashion, jumping all over the Green River Knights in what looked like a football score at game’s end: 14-0. Before the Giants could even …

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Yellowstone Plans for WiFi

Back to School Monday

The National Park Service is seeking additional comments from the public about the impacts a Wi-Fi proposal may have on Yellowstone National Park’s historic properties or other cultural resources. The proposal from AccessParks includes the …

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COVID-19 Death in Fremont County

June 1, 2020
COVID-19 Death Toll Adjusted

An additional Fremont County resident counted earlier as one of Wyoming’s laboratory-confirmed cases of COVID-19 has died, according to the Wyoming Department of Health. The adult woman had been hospitalized and did not have any …

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Yellowstone Numbers Strong

May 28, 2020

Wintery weather disrupted the ability of visitors to access Yellowstone National Park on Saturday. A large snowstorm closed the major mountain passes in the park on Saturday, which required the park to close the east …

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Baseball Season Underway

The Jackson Giants were able to get on the field last weekend for their first game of the year. It was a loss, but for Coach Jason Huggins and his Boys of Summer, just getting back to baseball in these trying …

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Gatherings Up to 250 People Allowed

May 27, 2020
Gatherings Up to 250 People Allowed

Governor Mark Gordon has announced  that updated public health orders effective June 1st will ease restrictions on public gatherings, allowing outdoor gatherings of up to 250 people. “This will allow outdoor events including weddings, graduations, …

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Jackson Hole Live Cancels

May 26, 2020

The 2020 JacksonHoleLive concert series, which had been scheduled to kick off June 21st, has been cancelled. JacksonHoleLive is an event designed to bring family and friends together to celebrate music and deepen connections as …

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Park Concessions Comments Sought

Park Concessions Comments Sought

The National Park Service is encouraging public comment on an environmental assessment that examines proposed improvements that may be included in a concessions contract in Grand Teton National Park. The environmental assessment examines potential new construction …

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Mayor Welcomes Visitors

May 22, 2020
Mayor Muldoon

Memorial Day typically marks the beginning of the summer season and increased tourism in Jackson Hole. Jackson Mayor Pete Muldoon urges visitors to the community to observe the precautions that have become standard through the …

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Yellowstone Visitation Strong

Visitation through the first three days of operations in Yellowstone National Park was 90% of normal through the East Entrance from Cody, and approximately 60% of normal through the South Entrance north of Jackson.  The …

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