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Pinedale Forest Office Extends Hours

Pinedale Ranger District Forest Service office will now be open on Saturdays to accommodate Forest visitors and the local community. On Saturdays through August 27, 2016 the Forest Service office in Pinedale will be open …

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Pass Bash This Weekend

The Teton Freedom Riders have teamed up with Fitzgeralds Bicycles for the Teton Pass Bash and will have tents set up in the front yard of The Stagecoach Bar in Wilson.   The group  will be running shuttles to both …

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Texas Governor Greg Abbott in Hot Water

July 11, 2016

  The Texas Governor, Greg Abbott was apparently injured in a Jackson Hole area accident involving scalding water. Abbott sustained extensive 2nd and 3rd degree burns to his legs and feet, but no details have …

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County To Take Stronger Control of Smells

Teton County officials will consider changes to laws governing nuisances today. The regulations, which govern everything from air quality to RV storage and noise, are set for discussion at today’s county commission meeting. Planners want …

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Devils’ Tower To Raise Entrance Fee

In September 2014, National Park Service units with fee collection programs were authorized to begin the civic engagement process associated with increasing entrance fees. Devils Tower National Monument is announcing a proposal to increase entrance fees, …

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Education Board Approve Cut Scores

October 20, 2018

he Wyoming State Board of Education (SBE) approved cut scores for School Performance Ratings during their meeting in Casper on Friday. The cut scores determine if schools will receive a rating of Exceeding, Meeting, Partially …

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Bruce Name Wyoming Teacher Of The Year

October 19, 2018

Valerie Bruce, a first grade teacher at Rozet Elementary School in Campbell County School District #1, has been named Wyoming’s 2019 Teacher of the Year. State Superintendent Jillian Balow says that Mrs. Bruce builds relationships …

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Greys River Rangers To Burn Debris

October 18, 2018

As the saying goes, “Where there’s smoke, there’s fire” – but this time, that fire is planned in the Greys River Ranger District and will be limited to slash piles in the area. Forest Spokesperson …

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Arresting Action On Pass

photo WYDOT

The arrestor system near the bottom of Teton Pass was utilized this week for the 4th time since its construction in 2017.  Coincidentally, Wyoming Department of Transportation crews were in the area with representatives from …

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