Park Rescuers Busy

July 10, 2020

In recent weeks Grand Teton National Park employees have responded to several emergency medical and rescue situations, including park trail crew members saving the life of a visitor who fell into Cascade Creek and was …

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Masks Required in Town of Jackson

July 3, 2020

MAYOR BLAMES GOVERNOR GORDON COUNCILMAN BLAMES COUNTY COMMISSION   The Town of Jackson council passed an emergency ordinance that requires face coverings to be worn in indoor spaces and some outdoor spaces. With some council …

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Riddell Wants Mandatory Masks

June 29, 2020
Teton County Extends Health Order

Dr Travis Riddell has told local officials that Teton County needed a mandatory mask rule. In a letter to Mayor Pete Muldoon Riddell said,  “I have determined that a county-wide face covering mandate is now …

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Park Supports 8600 Jobs

June 19, 2020

A recent National Park Service report says that in 2019, 3.4-million park visitors spent an estimated $630-million in local gateway regions while visiting Grand Teton National Park. These expenditures supported a total of 8,640 jobs, $275 …

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Fish Stocked at R Park

 PPhoto by Mark Gocke, WGFD

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s Auburn Fish Hatchery recently stocked about 900 catchable-sized Snake River cutthroat trout in the Kids Fishing Pond at Rendezvous “R” Park north of the Highway 22 Snake River Bridge. Kids …

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Rodeo Can Have 600 in Stands

June 15, 2020

An announcement is anticipated soon reversing the decision to cancel this year’s rodeo in Jackson Hole. Teton County Health Officer Dr. Travis Riddell announced Friday that an exemption had been approved to allow the event. …

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