County Building Open

May 19, 2020
County Building Open

The Teton County Board of County Commissioners voted Monday to end access restrictions at County Buildings as of Tuesday, May 26th with the exception of the Courthouse, which will remain off limits to public access until …

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Friday Flyover Failed

May 18, 2020

As people are aware now, the aerial salute to healthcare workers across the state did not take place Friday. Inclement weather prevented the planned salute by the Wyoming Air National Guard. Two C-130 “Hercules” transports …

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Sled Dogs Abandoned In Montana

A team of sled dogs were discovered abandoned and suffering at a property in Paradise Valley last Tuesday. The Stafford Animal Shelter with the help of Sleeping Giant Animal Clinic rescued and transported those animals …

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Guard To Give Aerial Salute

May 14, 2020
Guard To Give Aerial Salute

The Wyoming Air National Guard’s 153rd Airlift Wing will be conducting an aerial salute to the health care professionals on the frontlines in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, Friday, May 15th. The Air National …

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Job Losses Impact Women

May 13, 2020

Since the coronavirus sent the U-S economy into a tailspin, more than 21 million jobs have been lost, and research shows women lost nearly six out of every ten jobs across all sectors. In April …

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Woman Burned In Yellowstone

May 12, 2020
Woman Burned In Yellowstone

An unidentified woman who illegally entered Yellowstone National Park despite it being closed yesterday, was airlifted to Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center after she accidentally fell into a thermal feature in the Old Faithful Geyser …

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Parks Prepare For New Normal

Parks Prepare For New Normal

After closing amid the coronavirus pandemic the National Park Service is testing public access at several parks across the nation, including two in Utah; but offerings and services are limited. Acting Park Service Director David Vela cautions that visitors …

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Town Prepares for Parking Garage Work

May 11, 2020

The Town of Jackson’s Public Works Department is planning maintenance operations on the Town’s parking garage. On May 19th, the entire parking structure will undergo its annual cleaning and re-striping the parking lines on all 4 …

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Continue Wearing Masks

Teton County Extends Health Order

As restrictions in Teton County begin to ease this week, Teton District Health Officer Dr. Travis Riddell stressed the need for the populace to remain vigilant for potential symptoms and to continue to wear face …

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