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Mask Decorating New Fair Category

July 7, 2020

COVID-19 mask decorating is the latest category of entries encouraged for this year’s Teton County Fair. The Teton County “locals” Fair is open for entries and looking to highlight the multiple talents of the Teton …

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Idaho Wildfire Burns 6500 Acres

July 6, 2020

Despite how green it looks around our region, wildfires are still a concern. A wildfire between Rexburg and Arco on state highway 33 was fully contained yesterday at 6660 acres, involving primarily juniper bushes and …

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Moose-Wilson Road Will Close

The unpaved section of the Moose-Wilson Road in Grand Teton National Park will be temporarily closed for seasonal dust abatement beginning 4 am tomorrow and will reopen by 8 am Thursday. This routine dust abatement …

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Wilson Chicken Fry Cancelled

July 2, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has interrupted a lot of life in Jackson Hole over the past several months, and now it is preventing a long tradition that has brought residents of the community together every July: …

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Snake River Brewing Closes Pub For Now

Executive Order Keeps Booze Available

Patrons Are Not Considered at Risk   Snake River Brewing Co. announces that, in light of the ongoing public health crisis, they will be closing their restaurant and brewpub temporarily. Two team members have tested positive …

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Beaupré To Retire

June 29, 2020

Leadership transition at St. John’s Health is on the horizon, following announcements that the CEO will retire from his role and the board has appointed a new trustee. At the June 29 public board meeting, …

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Town Will Support Mask Order

With downtown business owners complaining of aggressive customers refusing to wear masks when they enter stores, the Jackson Town Council passed a resolution that would support a county requirement to wear face coverings in public …

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Wastewater Rate Workshop Tuesday

Street Construction Continues

As the Town of Jackson prepares to update its wastewater rates, the community is invited to participate in one of two workshops to learn more about the process, provide feedback, and share perspectives. The workshops …

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