Fall Arts Festival Returns to Roots

August 7, 2020

The 36th-annual Fall Arts Festival is returning to its roots amid the pandemic – highlighting the best works from the best artists in Jackson’s world-class galleries. Last Friday, The Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce released …

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St. John’s Limits Visitors

August 6, 2020
Beaupre Touts Regional Commitment

Effective Thursday, St. John’s Health has implemented new visitor policy measures to help ensure the safety of patients, providers, and staff. With some exceptions, visiting or accompanying patients is not permitted in any St. John’s …

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Explosion Injures 3 in Afton

High-Speed Pursuit Ends

Three men were injured Monday when the food trailer they were operating at the Lincoln County Fair in Afton exploded and burned. According to Afton Police Chief Jason Romberg, two of the people had to be life-flighted to Eastern …

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Summer Construction Continues

August 4, 2020
Street Construction Continues

Evans Construction is building a new sidewalk on the north side of Hansen Ave from Cache to Redmond Streets this week. Work will include installing sidewalk along Hansen from King to Willow and excavate along …

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Upper Snake Region Fish Stocked

July 31, 2020

The Idaho Department of Fish and Game has announced plans for fish stocking to be conducted in the Upper Snake Region starting next week. Some 20,450 trout will make their way into Upper Snake Region …

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Bear Trouble in Montana

More bear trouble has been reported in the Greater Yellowstone region. This one involved a black bear marauding in a residential area east of Billings, Montana. Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks captured the young black …

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More Relief Funds Available

July 30, 2020
Governor Will Ease Restrictions Friday

Applications for the next two waves of funding under the COVID-19 Business Relief Program will open to Wyoming businesses and nonprofits at 10:00 am next Tuesday. The Relief Fund and Mitigation Fund make an additional $225 million …

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Town Street Work Continues

July 29, 2020
Street Construction Continues

Hansen Ave between Cache St and Willow St may be closed during the day this week. Evans Construction is building a new sidewalk on the north side of Hansen Ave from Cache St to Redmond …

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Lightning Sparks Fires in Area

Fire season is here as the forests and fields have dried and cured. Exacerbated by lightning, the incidents of wildfires has picked up in the last week. Lightning tracked over southeast Idaho Saturday afternoon and …

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Surveillance Testing to Start

Teton County Receives Variances

The Teton County Health Department, in partnership with St. John’s Health, will begin recruiting businesses for COVID-19 surveillance testing using the Curative SARS-CoV-2 assay, an oral swab that tests for the presence of SARS-CoV-2, the …

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Changes Ahead for Sled Dog Race

July 23, 2020

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, some changes have been made to the registration process for the 26th annual International Pedigree Stage Stop Sled Dog Race. In a statement issued yesterday, Race Organizer Dan …

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Gas Steady

July 22, 2020

Gasoline prices appear stable, both locally and across the nation. A survey of 9 stations in Jackson this week shows the average price for gasoline here remained $2.40 per gallon of unleaded regular, with prices …

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