Old Pass Road Getting Rehab

July 10, 2020

A public-private partnership project on the Bridger-Teton National Forest to maintain the asphalt on the historic Old Pass Road in the Teton Pass area is scheduled to begin today. This project is in its second …

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Virginian Lodge Sells

Orion Companies, in partnership with Waterton real estate investment company based in Chicago, plans to carry on the legacy of the Virginian Lodge.  According to President & Chief Executive Officer of Orion Companies Robert Huggins, …

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Extreme Fire Danger for Fremont County

July 9, 2020

With Teton County, Bridger-Teton National Forest, and Grand Teton & Yellowstone National Parks currently posting moderate fire danger, Fremont county is in considerably worse condition. The County Commissioners unanimously voted to accept the Fremont County …

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Deloney Avenue Construction Today

East Deloney Avenue from Willow to King will be closed today and tomorrow for work on Cache Creek Tube Stormwater Improvements. Motorists, Bicyclists and Pedestrians are advised to seek alternate routes in the vicinity of …

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Rendezvous “R” Park Stocked

July 8, 2020

A second shipment of Snake River cutthroat trout were put into the kids’ fishing pond at Rendezvous “R” Park recently, courtesy of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department. This time a total of 700 fish …

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Pet Shootings in Pinedale

July 6, 2020

The Sublette County Sheriff’s Office is seeking public assistance in the shooting death of a family pet on June 29th. The Sheriff’s Office says there has been a string of pets that have been shot …

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Algae Dangerous to Pets

The Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality is warning that harmful Cyanobacteria Blooms, also known as blue-green algae, is again making its appearance in Wyoming waters. Jackson Hole Radio Veterinary Correspondent Dr. Stephanie Ninnemann explains that when …

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Teton Valley Balloon Rally Starts

The 39th annual Teton Valley Balloon Rally will take place July 2ndthrough the 5th in Driggs. Hot air balloons launch from the Teton County Fairgrounds just after sunrise each morning. With the easing of travel restrictions interested …

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Controlling What We Can In Uncertain Times – OP-ED

June 30, 2020
Gordon Plans to Ease COVID-19 Restrictions

By Chris Brown Executive Director, Wyoming Lodging and Restaurant Association, and Mike Moser Executive Director, Wyoming State Liquor Association   Wyoming’s hospitality and tourism industry is the state’s second largest industry.  In 2019 we welcomed 9.2 million overnight visitors that spent …

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Idaho Goes Hands-Free

June 29, 2020

Beginning Wednesday, July 1, 2020, drivers throughout Idaho will recommit to safe, responsible driving by following a new law meant to keep drivers engaged while behind the wheel. The new Idaho State Code 49-1401A  requires …

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Liebzeit on Lotto Board

The WyoLotto Board of Directors held a special session on June 9th and voted in new officers to oversee the board’s responsibilities. Among the officers elected is Ed Liebzeit of Jackson. Liebzeit will assume the …

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Travel Forecast Down

The 2020 travel season will certainly be no great shakes, but for domestic destinations, it won’t be a total wash either. This summer, AAA Auto Club forecasts Americans will take 700-million trips based on economic …

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