Fire Contained Near Pinedale

Pilgrim Creek Fire Grows

Sublette County Unified Fire units from Pinedale, Boulder and Daniel all responded to the area of the Fayette Pole Creek Ranch straight east of Pinedale where fire was actively burning in sage brush on private …

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Gas at 2.19

Jackson Hole Gas Up

Gasoline prices locally continue to trend well ahead of the national average this week, while the national average has decreased by two cents. A survey of 9 stations in Jackson this week shows the average …

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New Fire East of Pinedale

September 23, 2020
Pilgrim Creek Ablaze

Details were not immediately available regarding a wildland fire that broke out about 4:45 pm yesterday east of Pinedale near the Fayette Pole Creek Ranch. Units were deployed from Sublette County Unified Fire and Bridger-Teton …

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Help Wanted: Planners

September 22, 2020
Northern South Park

Teton County and the Town of Jackson has released a Request for Proposals for a qualified, multi-disciplinary planning consultant firm to develop a neighborhood plan for the Northern South Park area of Teton County. That …

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Driver’s License Deadlines Extended

License Deadlines Extended

Commercial driver license and commercial learner’s permit holders whose credentials have expired or will soon expire now have until December 31st to renew. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has pushed the extension on certain …

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Sidewalk Construction Continues

September 21, 2020
Sidewalk Construction Continues

Sidewalk construction continues this week on Hansen Ave between Redmond and Gros Ventre. Evans Construction will continue to excavate, prepare subgrade, and install sidewalk along Hansen from Redmond working west to Gros Ventre. During this …

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Antler Sales Tallied

Elk Antler Sales Tallied

Most people in Jackson are aware the local scouts did not conduct their 53rd annual elk antler auction in May this year, due to COVID concerns. Several options for selling the antlers were explored, including …

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Had Enough Road Construction?

September 18, 2020
Sidewalk Construction Continues

Beginning Monday, intermittent lane closures will begin at the Broadway and Willow Intersection and continue through late-October. This project involves the installation of new stormwater collection structures and piping in the public right-of-way in the vicinity …

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Wildfire Smoke Makes Air Drier

Wildfire Smoke Makes Air Drier

Itchy and sore eyes have become commonplace in northwest Wyoming owing to the heavy smoke pouring into the area from the massive west-coast fires. A University of Wyoming Medicine ophthalmologist and cornea specialist is providing …

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Police Get Bias Training

September 17, 2020
Police Get Bias Training

The Town of Jackson Police Department hosted a training session this week entitled “Understanding Implicit Bias.” The course was taught by an FBI Special Agent for 25 years.  The contents of the course included such …

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Yellowstone Fire Grows

Who Started Wildfire

Warmer temperatures and low humidity have led to the Lone Star Fire in Yellowstone National Park to gradually increase in size, while still not threatening the Old Faithful area. Fire officials say the acreage involved …

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State Allows Indoor Close-Contact Sports

September 15, 2020
State Allows Indoor Close-Contact Sports

Governor Mark Gordon has announced that Wyoming’s Public Health Orders have been extended an additional two weeks through Sept. 30. One change has been made to Order No. 1, which now permits indoor close-contact group …

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Pandemic Not Slowing Park Visitation

Not Slowing Park Visitation

Despite the national downturn in travel due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Grand Teton National Park experienced the second busiest August on record, only slightly trailing August 2017 when the solar eclipse took place. According to …

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Jackson Hole ArtSpot Returns

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Jackson Hole Public Art’s ArtSpot is back with a message of HOPE for the community. The ArtSpot, both sculpture and rotating art venue, was removed last fall for repairs and has found a new home …

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Hansen Street Sidewalk Construction

September 14, 2020
Sidewalk Construction Continues

The project to build a sidewalk along Hansen Ave between Redmond and Gros Ventre is continuing this week requiring Hansen to be closed to westbound traffic but open to eastbound local traffic. Motorists are advised …

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