Teton County Schools Fiscally Sound

December 22, 2014

A recent audit of Teton County School District #1 indicates the public school system is conducting fiscally responsible operations and is operating in the black. In an annual audit mandated by the state, Leo Riley …

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GRTE Science and Resource Chief Honored

Sue Consolo-Murphy, chief of Science and Resource Management at Grand Teton National Park, has been selected as recipient of the 2013 Director’s Award for Natural Resource Management. This recognition acknowledges excellence in the areas of …

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Rice Named As State Winter Ambassador

December 19, 2014

The Wyoming Office of Tourism has announced that has partnered with Jackson Hole native and professional snowboarder Travis Rice to promote and inspire vacationing in Wyoming this winter. As the official guide and outfitter of …

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New Supervisor For Bridger-Teton NF

Bridger Teton National Forest has a new supervisor. Tricia O’Connor who most recently has been serving as Forest Supervisor of the Tongass National Forest in Alaska was named Friday morning to succeed Clint Kyhl in …

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Governor Mead Hails Vertical Harvest Project

Representatives of Jackson’s non-profit Vertical Harvest and Community Entry Services were flanked Friday by Wyoming Governor Matt Mead, Wyoming Business Council Chair Shawn Reese and Jackson Mayor Mark Barron for the official ground-breaking ceremony for …

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Forest Office To Be Built This Summer

December 18, 2014

Bridger-Teton National Forest has announced its tentative schedule for rebuilding the Forest Supervisor’s Office in north Jackson. Forest Spokesperson Mary Cernicek says the buyer of the segment of forest property adjacent the Supervisor’s office is …

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Visitor Center Closed For Winter

Even though Grand Teton National Park has begun its winter season this week, the Craig Thomas Discovery and Visitor Center will not be open once again this winter. The center closed during the winter season …

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Young Workers Leave Wyoming

Wyoming appears to be losing its younger labor force over the past decade. According to the Department of Workforce Services Research and Planning division, the number of workers between the ages of 18 and 20 …

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Santa Meets With Kids on Town Square

Santa Clause is meeting with children at the stage stop building on the Jackson Town Square each evening from 5:00-7:00 pm through Wednesday, December 24th. The square provides a particularly festive setting for these special …

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Airport Activity Levels Off

Activity at the Jackson Hole airport briefly leveled off last month with the numbers of those catching flights or arriving at the airport showing no growth over November of the previous year. Still, airport activity …

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Vertical Harvest to Break Ground

An unprecedented vertical green house business with a social mission is to break ground in Jackson this week. Vertical Harvest will be a three-story, 13,500 square-foot hydroponic green house located adjacent the town’s parking garage …

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