Lodging Industry Looks Forward

January 21, 2021

The American Hotel & Lodging Association has released “AHLA’s State of the Hotel Industry 2021” outlining the forecasted state of the hotel industry in 2021 and into the immediate future. The pandemic has been devastating to …

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BLM Completes Pipeline Review

The Bureau of Land Management has completed its environmental review and released its Record of Decision for the Wyoming Pipeline Corridor Initiative, a proposal from the State of Wyoming that designates pipeline corridors in Wyoming. The …

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Essays Focus on Boston Massacre

January 18, 2021

The Davey Jackson Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution has announced the recognition of two local students for their historical essays. This year’s topic for contest was “The Boston Massacre,” in recognition of …

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Infected Passenger Rode START

Thee Teton County Health Department has determined that a person rode multiple START buses between the dates of January 9th and January 14th from Teton Village to the Calico bus stop during their infectious period …

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Broncs Beat Pinedale

Broncs Winless Over the Weekend

They did it! The stats, the lopsided scores, the dismal losing streak—suddenly all erased, of little concern. The Broncs have finally posted a ‘W’ and the winless drought is halted at 30. The Broncs busted …

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Pandemic Increases Waste Stream

Dump Closed for Holiday

Teton County Solid Waste and Recycling reported that the COVID pandemic last year had impacts on its efforts to reduce waste in the solid stream. Specifically, Covid-19 precautions encourage the use of single-use items over …

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All Women Rescue on Teton Pass

Teton County Search and Rescue volunteers, aided by the search and rescue helicopter responded to help an injured skier just south of the Teton Pass parking area Friday afternoon. After assessing the skier’s injuries and …

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Groups Decry Wolf Protections

January 15, 2021

A coalition of Western wolf advocates are howling about the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s decision to strip wolves of federal protections in the contiguous 48 states, claiming the move is in violation of the …

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Jackson Gas Price Steady

January 13, 2021

The average of Gasoline prices in Jackson Hole has remained stable over the past week, while the national average has increased 8¢. A survey of eight stations in Jackson this week shows the average price …

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Legacy Lodge Closing

Legacy Lodge Assisted Living Center in Rafter J has announced plans to close effective March 31st. In a news release this week, the company stated, the campus has been serving Jackson Hole seniors and their …

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Governor Addresses Legislature

January 12, 2021
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Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon emphasized the need for Wyoming to live within its means, defend its energy industry and revitalize education during a message to the legislature delivered during Tuesday’s one-day virtual legislative meeting. The Governor …

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Khung Named Deputy Forest Supervisor

January 11, 2021

Bridger-Teton National Forest Supervisor Tricia O’Connor has announced the arrival of the new Deputy Forest Supervisor, Kevin Khung, who has now begun work in Jackson. The Deputy Forest Supervisor position was vacated in August, 2020 …

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Airbag Saves Snowmobiler

January 10, 2021

The Bridger-Teton National Forest Avalanche Center reports that a snowmobiler triggered a three-foot-deep slab on a northeast facing aspect around 9,500 feet in the Salt River Range Saturday. According to the report, he was caught, …

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COVID-19 Cases Spike

It was not entirely unexpected. The rate of new COVID-19 cases in the county picked up noticeably after the holiday week. According to the Wyoming Department of Health, the number of new cases on Friday …

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Teton Valley Man Dies from COVID-19

January 8, 2021

Eastern Idaho Public Health is reporting that an unidentified 60-year-old Teton County, Idaho man is the latest to die of COVID-19 complications. That is the third COVID-related death this year in that county. Curently the …

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Center Provides Rent Relief

More Funds Available To Wyoming

The COVID pandemic has been very hard on much of our population’s economic well-being, and certainly to the county’s various arts organizations. And as the Covid-19 pandemic continues to create challenges for arts organizations well …

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