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Autumn Burning In GTNP

September 29, 2017
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Interagency Fall Burning Projects to be Implemented in Grand Teton National Park and Bridger-Teton National Forest   Teton Interagency Fire personnel will be burning piles of slash created from fuels reduction and hazard tree projects …

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Interior Employees Aid Hurricane Recovery

September 27, 2017

The winds, rains, flooding and landslides of the 2017 hurricane season have been historic, but so have the generous and brave efforts of Department of the Interior employees. From ​the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto …

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Stanford says Jackson Greedy

September 26, 2017

Mayor skips highly-anticipated meeting   With Mayor Pete Muldoon missing in action at last night’s Town Council meeting, acting mayor Jim Stanford said that some organizers of the now-approved snowmobile Snocross event were simply greedy …

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Sale Tax Increases

Sales Tax

 The local sales tax in Teton County will return to 6% starting on October 1, 2017. The rate changed from 6% to 5% in April of 2017 due to the fact that all SPET funds …

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Kirsch Is Wildlife Officer of the Year

January 23, 2018

Dustin Kirsch, Gillette game warden, was named the “2017 Wildlife Officer of the Year” for Wyoming. The award, given annually in every state and Canadian province by the Shikar-Safari Club International, honors an officer whose …

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St John’s Gets Jazzy

January 17, 2018

The lunchtime learning presentation, “Jazz Improvisation, Musical Creativity, and the Brain,” featuring Charles Limb, MD, will be held on Friday, February 2 from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. at the Teton County Library. The presentation is …

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Teton Visitation Breaks Record

 Grand Teton National Park’s 2017 visitation set a record for the fourth consecutive year. The park received over 4.9 million total visits, a 3 percent increase from the previous record set in 2016. Visitation reached …

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