Jackson Food Cupboard Increases Hours

December 22, 2020
Jackson Food Cupboard Increases Hours

Through the first week of extended hours, the Jackson Food Cupboard increased services 70% with 175 visits to help nearly 400 people access nutritious food and supplies. Similarly, rent relief applications to One22 have increased …

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Recreation Center Holiday Hours

Recreation Center Holiday Hours

Teton County/Jackson Parks and Rec Department has been monitoring the local and state health guidelines for the best approach on running the operations. During the Teton County School District #1 holiday break, and while the …

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Wyoming School Enrollment Drops

Wyoming School Enrollment Drops

Fall school enrollment in Wyoming’s 48 school districts dropped from 93,832 students in the 2019-20 school year to 91,938 during the 2020-21 school year – the first-time enrollment has dipped below 92,000 students since 2012. …

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Weekend Avalanches Fatal

December 21, 2020
Weekend Avalanches Fatal

An unidentified snowmobiler died in an avalanche in the Salt River Range Saturday despite his airbag deploying in the incident. At this time, little information about the incident is available including the exact location of …

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Burglaries in Sublette County

The Sublette County Sheriff’s Office is seeking public assistance in several reports of burglaries from the Marbleton area over the past couple of weeks.  One of the burglaries reported included the theft of four Coyote …

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Hospitality Loss Relief Program Starts Payments

December 20, 2020
Program Starts Payments

Governor Mark Gordon announced that the first payments have been issued for hospitality businesses and nonprofits whose operations have been interrupted by the reduced hours provisions in recent health orders. Governor Gordon explains, “This relief …

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The Ice is Ready

December 18, 2020
Ice

Teton County’s outdoor ice-skating rinks are ready for action. The Teton County/Jackson Parks and Recreation Department continues to work with local partners and the community to provide winter outdoor opportunities, and as of Wednesday, both …

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Public Art Lights the Holidays

December 17, 2020
Public Art Lights the Holidays

GlowNights 2021 returns this week with a month-long exhibit of original, light-based installations inspired by ENERGY: how we use it, where it’s from, and where it will go. Energy Conservation Works, Jackson’s local energy conservation …

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Wyoming Hunger Initiative Funded

December 16, 2020
Wyoming Hunger Initiative Funded

Two food pantries in Sublette County were beneficiaries of First Lady Jennie Gordon’s Wyoming Hunger Initiative and the Wyoming Governor’s Residence Foundation this week. Together, the organizations allocated $55,800 this week to anti-hunger nonprofit organizations …

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Teton Pass Could Add Speed Cameras

December 15, 2020

“Big Brother” could begin watching drivers over Teton Pass if the Wyoming Legislature passes Senate File 3, proposed by the Joint Transportation, Highways & Military Affairs Interim Committee. The bill proposes the use of “automated …

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Fall River Electric Sends Checks

December 14, 2020
Fall River Electric Alters Operations

Like Lower Valley Energy in Jackson Hole, Fall River Electric Cooperative in eastern Idaho has also mailed cashback checks to more than 6,200 of its owner-members totaling just over $1-million dollars as part of its …

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COVID-19 Testing For Visitors

COVID-19 Testing For Visitors

With support from the State of Wyoming and the Teton County Health Department, there is now a program to test local employees and keep businesses and their staff and customers safe during the holidays. Recently, …

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Gasoline Price Dips

December 10, 2020

The average of Gasoline prices in Jackson Hole has decreased 2¢ from last week, while the national average has remained unchanged. A survey of eight stations in Jackson this week shows the average price for …

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Town Adds to Snow Plowing Staff

Town Adds to Snow Plowing Staff

At its regular meeting this week, the Jackson Town Council voted to direct staff to fill a vacancy for a seasonal snowplow driver. The position was frozen last year during the budgeting process as extensive …

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