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Field is 6 for 2 County Seats

June 1, 2016

A fifth-generation native and a downtown restaurateur joined the field of candidates seeking election to two seats on the Teton County Board of Commissioners. 28 year-old Nicole Gill said she did not take the race …

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Winney For HD 22

It will be a re-match between Marti Halverson and Bill Winney for the Republican nomination for House District 22 this August. Winney, who ran against Halverson in 2012, told jacksonhole.media, “My purpose is clear: Wyoming …

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Bears Don’t Care

Yellowstone National Park wants to increase the number of people carrying bear spray through a new engaging, celebrity-filled campaign called “A Bear Doesn’t Care.” Whether you are a hiker, backpacker, angler, photographer, wolf watcher or …

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Epstein Outlines County Campaign

May 31, 2016

Greg was born and raised in beautiful Jackson, Wyoming. Teton County has been home for him and his family over the past 45 years. During this time, he has seen Jackson Hole and Teton County …

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YNP Road Work Will Cause Minor Delays

Yellowstone visitors are likely to encounter road construction projects as they make their way through the park this summer. Short, daily traffic delays are expected along portions of the Grand Loop Road, but the improvement …

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Old West Days

May 27, 2016

A wide range of activities are on tap this weekend as Old West Days take place this weekend. Tonight at 7:00pm is the kickoff event at the Bar J Chuckwagon on the Teton Village Road …

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Homewood Suites Still Excellent

The Homewood Suites by Hilton Jackson has received the 2016 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence. Now in its sixth year, the achievement celebrates hospitality businesses that have earned great traveler reviews on TripAdvisor over the past year. …

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Hunting Seasons Set

April 24, 2017

The seven-member Wyoming Game and Fish Commission set the 2017 hunting seasons this week. The seasons for big game, bison, birds and small game reflect a response to the harsh winter conditions in western Wyoming, …

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UW Student Wins $15,000 Startup Contest

April 21, 2017

A doctoral candidate’s idea for saving chemists, engineers and surgeons hours of time and their employers tens of thousands of dollars won the top prize of $15,000 Thursday at the University of Wyoming’s startup competition. …

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City of Victor Hires Treasurer

April 20, 2017

  After 34 years of service, Craig Sherman will retire from his post at the City of Victor as Treasurer.  During its special meeting on April 19, 2017, the Victor City Council unanimously confirmed the …

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Wyoming Education Approves Grad Rules

April 3, 2017

Members of the State Board during their meeting at the Platte County School District #1 Board Room. During their regular monthly meeting last week, the Wyoming State Board of Education (SBE) approved proposed Chapter 31 Graduation …

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