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Ready Set Go Guidelines For Fire Evacation

July 19, 2016

With Mandatory evacuations yesterday near Bondurant, fire officials are reminding people to be prepared. If you are in or near a potential evacuation area, please become familiar with the Ready-Set-Go! guidelines Ready – Be ready, be …

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Elk Refuge To Celebrate Birds

  The National Elk Refuge will be celebrating the Migratory Bird Treaty centennial next month, offering programs to recognize the 100-year mark since the signing of the foundational treaty that launched international conservation efforts for …

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Trade Show Grants Available Through WBC

July 14, 2016
Wyoming Could Benefit

The Wyoming Business Council has money available to help businesses attend industry trade shows regionally and nationally. Trade shows are designed to boost sales, broaden export opportunities and spread brand awareness for small businesses. The …

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Pinedale Forest Office Extends Hours

Pinedale Ranger District Forest Service office will now be open on Saturdays to accommodate Forest visitors and the local community. On Saturdays through August 27, 2016 the Forest Service office in Pinedale will be open …

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Pass Bash This Weekend

The Teton Freedom Riders have teamed up with Fitzgeralds Bicycles for the Teton Pass Bash and will have tents set up in the front yard of The Stagecoach Bar in Wilson.   The group  will be running shuttles to both …

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Texas Governor Greg Abbott in Hot Water

July 11, 2016

  The Texas Governor, Greg Abbott was apparently injured in a Jackson Hole area accident involving scalding water. Abbott sustained extensive 2nd and 3rd degree burns to his legs and feet, but no details have …

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County To Take Stronger Control of Smells

Teton County officials will consider changes to laws governing nuisances today. The regulations, which govern everything from air quality to RV storage and noise, are set for discussion at today’s county commission meeting. Planners want …

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Devils’ Tower To Raise Entrance Fee

In September 2014, National Park Service units with fee collection programs were authorized to begin the civic engagement process associated with increasing entrance fees. Devils Tower National Monument is announcing a proposal to increase entrance fees, …

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START Resumes Weekend Service

June 5, 2020

Beginning tomorrow, START Bus will be resuming weekend service to Teton Village and will extend the Town Shuttle service.  This change is the first increase in service since right-sizing measures to service began in March …

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Game & Fish Reopens

June 2, 2020

As COVID-19 public health restrictions are relaxing, the Wyoming Game & Fish Department re-opened their Jackson office to the public on a limited basis Monday in a limited capacity. In order to maintain the safety …

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Kindergarten Registration Starts

Kindergarten registration at Teton County School District #1 has gotten under way now, but due to the health restrictions, it is taking a little different form than usual. According to District Spokesperson Charlotte Reynolds, the …

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Barrasso Calls For Safe Reopening

May 26, 2020
Barrasso Calls For Safe Reopening

Wyoming Senator John Barrasso is calling for an end to the COVID-19 restrictions in America, saying, “We closed down our country in order to bend the curve and make sure we had adequate medical resources. …

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Third Grizzly Attack In GYE

Third Grizzly Attack In GYE

A grizzly bear reportedly attacked and critically injured a man as he was mountain biking near Big Sky, Montana on Monday. According to a Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks spokesperson, the attack took place just …

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