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Heads Up! Road closures on the fourth

JACKSON, Wyo. — The Town of Jackson will close a number of roads on July 3-4 for Fourth of July festivities. Deloney Ave. between Cache and Center will be closed beginning at 2 p.m. on July 3 to prepare for the Lion’s Club July Fourth Breakfast. On July...
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Man Dies From Injuries 5 Days After Wyoming Crash

A man who was injured in a single-vehicle rollover crash west of Jackson earlier this month has died, according to the Wyoming Highway Patrol. The crash happened around 11 p.m. on Friday, June 17, near milepost 12.4 on Wyoming 22. The patrol says 57-year-old Idaho resident Kyle Covell was headed...
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Jackson Hole Airport Reopens With New Eco-Friendly $44 Million Runway

***For All Things Wyoming, Sign-Up For Our Daily Newsletter***. The busiest international airport in the state is back in business. After a 78-day closure, the Jackson Hole Airport – with its new, eco-friendly, $44 million runway – resumed service Tuesday. And the first flight, an American Airlines jet,...
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4th of July at SK: Fireworks, live music and food trucks

JACKSON, Wyo. — Don’t miss the celebration of the summer this Monday at Snow King Mountain. Snow King has an action-packed Fourth of July planned with live music throughout the night, extended gondola hours and a firework show that won’t disappoint. Chanman Roots Band will play on...
JACKSON, WY
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New Taqueria CASA Opens this Summer at Caldera House

There’s a new taqueria pop-up at the base of the tram, and it won’t break the bank. CASA opened its doors on June 4 at the Caldera House’s alpine lounge and patio, a relaxed spot for tacos, margs, and fresh Mexican-inspired cuisine in Teton Village. Open now...
TETON VILLAGE, WY
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Some Yellowstone gateway communities seek visitation, economic recovery as floodwaters recede

Southern Montana made national news earlier this month as floodwaters from Yellowstone National Park damaged infrastructure and stranded neighborhoods. But now, most towns in the region are recovered and ready to take in tourists again. Sarah Ondrus is vice president of the Gardiner Chamber of Commerce and the owner of four local businesses. She said her community historically relies on summer and fall visitors, so it’s struggling to earn revenue right now.
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Driggs Downtown Sounds July 2 features three Americana acts

DRIGGS, Idaho. — Order in the court; and outside the court—revelry for Independence weekend! A triple-bill of road tested bands will converge for Downtown Sounds this Saturday on the Courthouse Lawn in Driggs. Between Idaho’s Jeff Crosby Band, Montana’s Laney Lou & the Bird Dogs, and Wyoming’s Aaron Davis & the Mystery Machine, there’s a common ground of roots-oriented Americana with tributaries of country, rock, bluegrass, and folk running through these performing songwriters. And what better way to celebrate freedom and independence than Americana? Here’s a sneak peak video of each act.
DRIGGS, ID

Gordon to ratify Wyoming abortion ban

The Supreme Court’s overturning of the landmark opinion on Roe v. Wade set off protests throughout Wyoming where abortion could become illegal in as little as 30 days. A sizable gathering on town square was noted Friday afternoon as commuters honked in approval of the grassroots effort. At least...
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Biz Buzz: Local distillery celebrating 10 years of producing vodka from Idaho potatoes

DRIGGS – Good ideas often come at the most unexpected times, and in Lea and Bill Beckett’s case, it happened over a glass of vodka. It was 2010, and the Driggs couple had been sitting on a 4-acre parcel of land off Idaho Highway 33 that they’d bought three years before. They’d originally planned to build a hotel, but the recession brought that to a halt.
DRIGGS, ID
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Fourth of July fireworks are on

JACKSON, Wyo. — The outlook is good for firework shows planned across Teton County this Independence Day. “We have every intention of proceeding with the fireworks both at Teton Village and in the Town of Jackson,” said Jackson Hole Fire Chief Brady Hansen. In 2021, firework displays were...
JACKSON, WY

Launch Your Summer At The Newly Renovated Four Seasons Resort Jackson Hole

Four Seasons Resort and Residences Jackson Hole has long been the epitome of Wyoming mountain luxury, and the property has just unveiled a complete renovation of its rooms and suites, right on time for the summer season. It’s the perfect spot for complete access to the Teton Range (and Yellowstone National Park), from hiking and mountain biking to paragliding and wildlife safaris.
JACKSON, WY
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Family Fridays at Targhee’s bike park start July 1

ALTA, Wyo. — Family Fridays at Grand Targhee bike park are back for the summer!. Every Friday from July 1 through Sept. 2 the Shoshone Lift will be open from 4-7 p.m. for downhill biking. The Shoshone lift is the perfect place to get comfortable downhill biking with flowing,...
ALTA, WY
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Neal McCoy to make Jackson Hole debut at The Cowboy Bar July 27

JACKSON, Wyo. — On the strength of six million records sold, ten #1s and Top Ten singles, Neal McCoy continues to wow audiences across the country, mixing his traditional, sing-along country radio hits with the genre-smashing stage show which has made him a fan-favorite for decades. This spontaneous approach...
JACKSON, WY
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Tonight: Check out the new Fire Station 1

JACKSON, Wyo. — Jackson Hole Fire/EMS is hosting an open house this afternoon from 4-7 p.m. at the new Fire Station 1. The new station was completed in early May. Fire/EMS personnel will give tours of the new facility and serve free ice cream for kids. The years-long project...
JACKSON, WY
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The One Small Town In Idaho With Locally-Owned Restaurants On Every Corner

Victor, Idaho, is a small town located near the Idaho and Wyoming state line. Many people pass through on their way to Jackson, Wyoming, or Grand Teton National Park. While Victor is beautiful and offers a handful of unique attractions, one thing that sets this small town apart from the others is its restaurants. In fact, as you drive around, you can practically spot a locally-owned restaurant in Victor on every corner.
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