WYDOT warns of scam

The Wyoming Department of Transportation has been alerted to a potential phishing scam involving driver licenses in the state. The scammers are

Teton Valley schools in lawsuit

The Teton Education Association is suing Teton School District 401 along with five members of the school board of trustees. They say district

DNA confirms killer bear

DNA results received Wednesday by the Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks biologists confirm the bear killed by wildlife officials last Friday was


Budget cuts for UW

The University of Wyoming on Tuesday proposed sweeping changes at the institution, including budget cuts that would lay off 75 positions —

Tin Cup Challenge Saturday

This Saturday is the 14th Annual Tin Cup Challenge Event Day. Teton Valley nonprofits and community members will gather in Driggs City

Feedground input wanted

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is encouraging members of the public to attend one of the upcoming meetings as they begin

Changes proposed for scholorships

The Wyoming Department of Education is publishing changes made last legislative session to the Chapter 38 Rules regarding the Hathaway Scholarship Program.

Textile Recycling Suspended

Teton County Integrated Solid Waste and Recycling has suspended textile recycling and is not accepting textiles effective immediately.  ISWR’s textile program is

Chamber to collect tourist data

The Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce, with funding by the Jackson Hole Travel and Tourism Board Lodging Tax collections, will conduct summer

Sublette Co cold case warms up

A cold case in Sublette County has heated up again. In January 2017, the Sublette County Sheriff’s Office received a missing person’s

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