Flags lowered for Mondale

April 22, 2021
Flags at Half-staff for Firefighters

Governor Mark Gordon, pursuant to a directive from the White House reflecting the U.S. Flag Code, has ordered both the U.S. and State of Wyoming flags be flown at half-staff statewide immediately in honor and …

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Grand Targhee announces improvements

April 20, 2021

Grand Targhee Resort has announced over $20-million in on and off mountain projects and equipment. Work on new employee housing units and a new Mountain Operations facility have been ongoing all winter, with a scheduled …

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Students awarded by Congress

John Barrasso

U.S. Senators John Barrasso and Cynthia Lummis, and Congresswoman Liz Cheney recognized 47 outstanding Wyoming youth for earning bronze, silver and gold Congressional Awards. Each medalist achieved a set of challenging goals in the areas …

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Delays on WY22 Thursday

Snake River Bridge Work

Travel between Jackson and the west bank of the Snake River on Wyoming 22 will be somewhat impeded on Thursday as the Wyoming Department of Transportation performs pavement patching on the Wilson Bridge. Work will …

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Air travel nosing up

Travel through the Jackson Hole Airport last month made a significant increase over the same month a year ago, reflecting a gradual recovery from COVID-impacted travel in 2020. According to the monthly report to the …

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Jackson chefs win

April 18, 2021

Bronc Chefs and Restaurant Managers had an outstanding showing in Casper last week, winning the state championship in each of their respective competitions. Kendall Seaton was also named the Wyoming ProStart Student of the Year. ProStart …

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Fire destroys home

A Sunday morning fire destroyed a mobile home in Evans Trailer Park, destroying all the Hernandez family’s possessions as well. The call came in about 7:50 am. Battalion Chief Jim Tucker says the fire started in the …

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Forest adjusts Winter closure dates

April 15, 2021

The Jackson Ranger District of the Bridger-Teton National Forest has issued a temporary special order that allows access to critical winter range at 6:00 am May 1st. This aligns the opening time with the National …

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Train could connect Cheyenne, Denver

April 14, 2021

Residents of Cheyenne will soon have an alternative means of transportation to Denver and points south. Amtrak has said it is willing to participate in a partnership to provide and operate passenger rail service along …

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Cleanup Day slated

The annual Town of Jackson and Teton County Integrated Solid Waste and Recycling event, Spring Clean Up, will take place from May 10th-May 15th, with the Rotary Club hosting its annual Community Clean-up event then …

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Forest burins prescribed near Pinedale

April 13, 2021

The Bridger-Teton National Forest is planning to implement the South Fort prescribed burn in the coming weeks, which is a continuation of the Skyline Wildland Urban Interface Fuels Reduction Project on the Pinedale District. The …

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Turn in your moss balls for cash prize

April 12, 2021

Aquarium owners who turn in moss balls could be eligible for $1,200. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department, in collaboration with Wyoming Trout Unlimited and other sponsors, is launching a month-long moss ball take-back program …

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JHMR concludes season

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is calling this past winter season very successful. The 2020/21 season wrapped up Sunday with 502 inches of total snowfall, marking five consecutive winters with over 500 inches of snow at …

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Yellowstone roads opening

Select roads and services in Yellowstone National Park will open to the public for the season at 8:00 am Friday, weather permitting. Visitors should expect modified operations that are subject to change based on future …

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Grizzlies status unchanged

The US Fish and Wildlife Service has recommended no change to the current listed status of the grizzly bear in the lower-48 states as threatened under the Endangered Species Act following the completion of a five-year …

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PPP finishes

49 teams participated in this year’s Karen Oatley Pole Peddle Paddle competition Saturday. According to the results posted, Team E Captained by Lucy Wirth took first place, followed by the PPP-Funk Allstars and Plus or …

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START starts spring schedule

START Bus begins its spring bus schedule in Jackson today which will remain in place until May 28th. START continues to operate on a reduced level of service for the current fiscal year due reduction …

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