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Pinedale House Fire

March 7, 2021

Much of the contents and majority of the structure of a Pinedale home were saved by prompt firefighter salvage and suppression activities in the residence last Wednesday. According to a release from Sublette County Unified …

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Millions of Scam Calls Made in Wyoming

March 4, 2021

The Wyoming Attorney General, along with the Federal Trade Commission and 46 agencies from 38 states and the District of Columbia, have stopped a massive tele-funding operation that has bombarded 67-million consumers with 1.3-billion unsolicited …

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Reduction of Virus Rules in Idaho

The health risk caused by COVID-19 in Eastern Idaho has been reduced to moderate now. Currently, Madison and Teton counties are under Public Health Orders for the mandatory wearing of face coverings. These orders will …

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Scammers Take Billions

March 3, 2021

According to The AARP FraudWatch Network, COVID-19 and the economic downturn have been the perfect storm for scammers. The Federal Trade Commission reported that losses from consumers rose by $1.5 billion in 2020. The uncertainty …

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Gas Prices Up

Jackson Hole Gas Up

If you haven’t noticed, over the past week or so, gasoline prices have shot up significantly. Checking this week’s gasoline survey, the average price of unleaded regular gasoline nationally has climbed by 10¢ to 2.73 …

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Idaho Could Increase Snowmobile Fees

March 2, 2021

The Idaho House of Representatives voted 38-31 in favor of increasing snowmobile fees Monday. House Bill 229 will now go to that state’s Senate. The bill would raise the current snowmobile certificate fee by 7.4% …

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