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”97% of this county is federally owned, 3% is private. You’re going to have a housing problem when you’ve got those kinds of metrics, there is no way to solve that.”

U.S. Representative Harriet Hageman held a town hall this morning at Teton County Library, painting a dire picture of issues related to the national debt, transparency and immigration.

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Harriet Hageman speaks at Teton County Library

JACKSON, Wyo. — Wyoming’s lone U.S. Representative Harriet Hageman held a town hall this morning, Jan. 20 at Teton County Library, painting a dire picture of issues related to the national debt, […]

Best of Jackson Hole Voting now open!

JACKSON, Wyo. — Tens of thousands of nominations later and we are ready to vote. You have TWO WEEKS to campaign for your friends and favorite local businesses. Decide on the winners for […]

Governor tests positive for COVID

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon has tested positive for COVID-19, according to a statement from his office this morning. “The Governor is experiencing only minor symptoms at this time and […]

USDA to spend $930M to combat western wildfires

UNITED STATES — Yesterday, Jan. 19, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced additional funding to reduce wildfire risk across the western U.S. through treatments such as clearing deadfall and underbrush. “It is no […]

SNAPPED: Bison roam in Grand Teton

JACKSON, Wyo. — The Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem is the only place in the United States where bison have lived continuously since prehistoric times; arguably no other animal symbolizes the West as does […]

Game and Fish opens annual Conservation Stamp Art Show to students K-12

WYOMING — The Wyoming Game and Fish Department (WGFD) is expanding its Collective Conservation Stamp Art Show competition to include Wyoming students K-12, the agency announced this afternoon, Jan. 19. The competition is historically […]

Town Council approves amendment to expand EV charging access

JACKSON, Wyo. — At a meeting on Jan. 17, the Jackson Town Council approved the electric vehicle charging station (EVSE) Land Development Regulation (LDR) amendment, establishing ordinance 1339, which became effective the […]

February closures at Rec Center due to expansion project

JACKSON, Wyo. —Due to the Teton County/Jackson Recreation Center Expansion Project construction, certain areas of the Recreation Center will be temporarily closed in February, according to a statement released by Parks and […]

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