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Grizzlies To Be Trapped For Study

May 14, 2020
Grizzlies To Be Trapped

As part of ongoing efforts to monitor the population of grizzly bears in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department has announced they will conduct grizzly bear capture operations in areas of …

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Music Festival Canceled

May 13, 2020

The 2020 Grand Teton Music Festival is cancelled. The festival sent a notice out on Wednesday to inform the community saying in part, ” We know how much the community of Jackson Hole loves the …

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Bike Walk Trails Summit Rescheduled

After careful consideration of the circumstances surrounding the coronavirus pandemic during the past two months and considerable deliberation it was decided to delay the 2020 Wyoming Active Transportation – Bike Walk Trails Summit and reschedule …

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Greg Epstein To Seek Reelection

Teton County Commissioner Greg Epstein has had second thoughts. He explains that at the beginning of this year he had made a decision not to run for a second term. However, he says life as …

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Cutthroat To Return To Game Creek

May 12, 2020
 PPhoto by Mark Gocke, WGFD

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is planning to treat Game Creek south of Jackson to restore native Snake River cutthroat trout. Game Creek is a small tributary to Flat Creek and used to be …

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Levee Closed

A popular area along the Snake River to walk with a dog or simply take an evening stroll will be closed for the next three days. The levee section along the Snake River north of …

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Weed & Pest Work Continues

Teton County Weed and Pest is assuring the community that despite the COVID-19 disruption of regular activities around the community, Weed and Pest will continually serve the community this season but from a safe distance. …

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Wilson Bridge Inspection This Week

May 11, 2020
Pass Reopens to Eastbound Trailer Traffic

The Wyoming Department of Transportation will be doing a bridge inspection on the Wilson Bridge Tuesday and Wednesday. Work will take place from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm on both days. To perform the work, crews will …

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Limited Opening Begins in Teton County

Some Re-Opening Begins Monday

Beginning today, all affected Teton County businesses will follow Statewide Public Health Orders #1 and #3, which will remain valid through May 15th unless revoked or extended by the Wyoming Department of Health. The Statewide …

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Water Levels Lookin Good

The National Weather Service released some welcome news over the weekend regarding the state’s water supply. According to NOAA, the current water year precipitation is averaging 90 to 100 percent of normal across Wyoming. Mountain …

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