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St. John’s Medical Center Goes 3D For Mammograms

July 7, 2016

St. John’s Medical Center is pleased to provide 3-D mammograms for the early detection and diagnosis of breast cancer. “The state-of-the-art 3D technology gives radiologists and physicians the best images available, which in turn gives patients peace …

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Jackson Man Charged in Driggs Murders

July 6, 2016
High-Speed Pursuit Ends

Jackson Man Charged with Two Counts of First Degree Murder in the Death of a Driggs Woman and her Unborn Child   – Investigators with the Idaho State Police and the Teton County Sheriff’s Office …

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Cell Tower With Cross Approved

  A new cell tower designed as a church bell tower will rise 55 feet above the Redeemer Lutheran Church after the Town Council approve it last night. The installation required a conditional use permit …

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Downtown Rules Trudge Forward

The controversial downtown zoning updates were moved forward when the Mayor and Town Council voted last night, but not before another change in the proposal.   The change would limit short-term lodging in the core …

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Elk Refuge Road Delays

July 5, 2016

    On Thursday, July 7, and Friday, July 8, drivers accessing the National Elk Refuge should expect delays at the entrance for road work, according to the Teton County Road and Levee Department.   …

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Hang Up And Drive

The Jackson Municipal Court reports that, in May, twenty tickets were written in town for violations of the hands-free device law. In spite of signs at each entrance to Jackson, motorists continue to use their …

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Delays On Cache Creek

July 4, 2016

The Cache Creek Drive Sewer Replacement Project will be starting Tuesday  just east of the bridge on Cache Creek Drive, continuing east to the hill east of Lodgepole Lane, and including Lodgepole Lane. Operations  start Tuesday morning …

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Fire Danger HIGH In Yellowstone

This holiday weekend Yellowstone National Park rangers ask all park visitors to arrive in the park prepared for a safe, enjoyable and rewarding experience. Park fire danger is HIGH. Wildland fire managers increased the wildfire danger …

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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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Music on Main Nixed

After considerable deliberation, the Teton Valley Foundation has announced the cancellation of the Music on Main 2020 season due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Teton Valley Foundation Chair Jenny Wade explains that the possibility of …

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