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State Gets 50 Million for Tests

May 20, 2020

The Department of Health and Human Services is delivering $50,390,551 to Wyoming, and $ 55,830,418 to Idaho in new funding to support testing for COVID-19. In total, $10¼- billion in funding is being provided by …

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Visitors Warned of Aggressive Elk

Yellowstone National Park Rangers are cautioning visitors that elk calving season has started in the park. During this time, cow elk are much more aggressive towards people and may charge or kick. Visitors are advised to stay alert, look …

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Legislature Works Remotely

May 19, 2020
Legislature Works Remotely

A handful of legislators met in person at the Wyoming Capitol and the rest by computer video Friday for a special session to address the coronavirus pandemic and its growing economic toll. At issue was …

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Riddell Urges Face Masks in Reopening

Riddell Urges Face Masks in Reopening

State and local leaders continue to advise residents to continue to wear face masks even as restrictions are loosened in the wake of the COVID-19 epidemic. Friday, Teton County’s District Health Officer Dr. Travis Riddell …

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Grizzly Injures Man Near Dubois

Grizzly Injures Man Near Dubois

  Bear Killed in Encounter   An unidentified man was injured by a grizzly bear Saturday while he was looking for shed antlers in the Kirk Inberg/Kevin Roy Wildlife Habitat Management Area east of Dubois. …

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COVID-19 Death Toll Adjusted

COVID-19 Death Toll Adjusted

Deaths of two Wyoming residents that occurred in March and April have been added to Wyoming’s total count of COVID-19 deaths. According to the Wyoming Department of Health, both deaths occurred in Colorado and were …

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Burn Week

May 18, 2020

Spring Burn Week in the town of Jackson has been begun over the weekend and continues through Monday, May 25th. During Spring Burn Week, the citizens of the Town of Jackson are encouraged to act …

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Parks Open

Parks Open Today

Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks are open to the public on a limited basis. Grand Teton Public Affairs Officer Denise Germann says visitors to the park should come prepared to be largely self-sufficient. Germann …

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Snow King Mountain Will Open May 23rd

May 14, 2020
Snow King Mountain Announces Online Fundraiser

Wyoming’s Oldest Ski area Will Open with Covid Precautions and New Offerings          “Our leadership team has been working diligently to develop a summer operations plan that follows state and local health guidelines as …

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Daigle Retires

Daigle Retires

Long time Teton County Clerk Sherry Daigle announced Thursday she is planning to retire from that position at the end of this month. Daigle has held that post for nearly 22 years and has witnessed …

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Election Season Begins

Election Season Begins

The Secretary of State’s Office has announced the beginning of the election cycle in Wyoming, beginning with the Candidate Filing Period and the launching of an ongoing campaign, “VoteSafely Wyoming.”  The campaign will inform voters …

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