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

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

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

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

Highway Contracts Include Wilson Bridge

Contracts totaling nearly $33.8 million for nine highway projects around the state were awarded by the Wyoming Transportation Commission during its December

Western Governors Take Stands

The Western Governors’ Association has adopted four new policy resolutions on issues concerning methane emissions regulation, grazing on public lands, management of wild

Gasoline Prices Continue To Drop

Gasoline prices are continuing to drop nationally, and that drop is now being seen at the pumps in the Jackson Hole area.

Grand Teton Selects Youth Concessioners

Two concessioners have been selected to receive contracts to provide guided backpacking services for youth within Grand Teton National Park. The contracts

Yellowstone Launches the Winter Season

Yellowstone National Park opened to the public for motorized oversnow travel as scheduled on Monday morning. However, recent warm weather and limited

Pups to Play in Powderhorn?

Teton County Parks and Rec director Steve Ashworth’s plan to repurpose a portion of Powderhorn Park as the town’s new dog park met