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Levee Closed

May 12, 2020

A popular area along the Snake River to walk with a dog or simply take an evening stroll will be closed for the next three days. The levee section along the Snake River north of …

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Weed & Pest Work Continues

Teton County Weed and Pest is assuring the community that despite the COVID-19 disruption of regular activities around the community, Weed and Pest will continually serve the community this season but from a safe distance. …

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Wilson Bridge Inspection This Week

May 11, 2020
Pass Reopens to Eastbound Trailer Traffic

The Wyoming Department of Transportation will be doing a bridge inspection on the Wilson Bridge Tuesday and Wednesday. Work will take place from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm on both days. To perform the work, crews will …

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Limited Opening Begins in Teton County

Some Re-Opening Begins Monday

Beginning today, all affected Teton County businesses will follow Statewide Public Health Orders #1 and #3, which will remain valid through May 15th unless revoked or extended by the Wyoming Department of Health. The Statewide …

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Water Levels Lookin Good

The National Weather Service released some welcome news over the weekend regarding the state’s water supply. According to NOAA, the current water year precipitation is averaging 90 to 100 percent of normal across Wyoming. Mountain …

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Some Restrictions Relaxed

Riddell Urges Face Masks in Reopening

 Teton District Health Officer, Travis Riddell, MD, has announced that two County Public Health Recommendations related to travel will be revoked on May 8, 2020. Dr. Riddell’s announcement comes on the heels of a similar …

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Firewood Permits Available

Firewood Permits Available

Bridger-Teton National Forest will start selling firewood permits for personal use beginning May 15th. The cost is seven dollars per cord with a five-cord minimum purchase. Those permits are valid for the calendar year only. …

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Gas Prices Drop

Gas Prices Drop

Gasoline prices continue to fall, both locally and across the nation. A survey of nine stations in Jackson this week shows the average price for gasoline here has remained steady at $1.61 per gallon of …

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Residents Asked to Complete Census

May 6, 2020
Census Begins

Postcards are being sent out this week to Teton County residents, reminding them to complete their census forms.  Households will receive this reminder postcard in the mail by May 9th. Currently, the response rate from Teton …

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Town Faces Budget Cuts

Town Faces Budget Cuts

Deceased capital expenditures and reduced program services are part of the proposed Fiscal Year 2021 budget town staff presented to Town Council Monday. The staff’s blended approach adapts to the potentially significant loss of sales …

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News

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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