Death takes Bricker Before Trial

WLS in Chicago reports that William “Bill” Bricker, a former Wyoming summer camp counselor accused of sex crimes died Friday night. William Bricker was

GTNP Visitation Record in 2014

 Grand Teton National Park experienced record numbers in 2014 for both total visitation and recreational visits, according to final statistics tallied for

Yellowstone Tops 3 Million Again

Visitation to Yellowstone National Park in 2014 topped the 3 million mark for the eighth straight year.   Overall visitation to Yellowstone

County Officials Sworn In

 Monday, Honorable Judge Jim Radda of the Circuit Court of the Ninth Judicial District administered the oath of office for those elected

Avalanche Danger is Considerable

Weather conditions over the past week have led to an avalanche danger of “considerable” at elevations above 7500 feet today. Full report

Jackson Has a New Mayor

Mayor Sara Flitner was sworn in along with council members Bob Lenz and Don Frank at Monday’s Town Council Meeting. The council

WEATHER STILL POSES DANGER

NWS Winter Storm Warning Alert: SNOW CONTINUES TO FALL IN THE MOUNTAINS OF WESTERN AND NORTHERN WYOMING WHERE WINTER STORM WARNINGS REMAIN