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Meghan Markle, Prince Harry, and Archie Were Reportedly Spotted in Jackson Hole on Fourth of July

Meghan Markle, Prince Harry, and their son Archie were seen out on the Fourth of July far from their Montecito, CA home, according to Express. The British outlet reports that a Facebook user shared photos on the platform of Meghan, Archie, and Harry out in Jackson Hole, WY, taking in the town's parade for the holiday. The photos have since circulated on social media. Archie wore a red, white, and blue baseball cap and sucked on a lollipop. Meghan, meanwhile, paired a white tank with skinny jeans and a tan wide-brimmed hat. Neither her nor Harry's faces were visible in photos.
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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Celebrated the Fourth of July in Wyoming

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle managed to have a low-key Fourth of July celebration, but eagle-eyed royal fans managed to share some intel on exactly where the Sussexes spent the holiday, according to Hello magazine. While it would have been easy to assume that they spent the long weekend in California soaking up the sunshine and enjoying fireworks somewhere near their Montecito home, the duke and duchess were actually in Wyoming.
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Driver flees scene of car fire on Teton Pass

WILSON, Wyo. — At 10 p.m. on Friday, June 24, firefighters and highway patrol responded to a call about a car fire on the east side of Teton Pass. Parked on the uphill side of the road across from the overflow lot near the top of the pass, the small sedan was fully engulfed in flames upon arrival, and the driver was gone. With support from two different fire stations, the Wilson and Moose-Wilson locations, the fire was “knocked down within three to four minutes,” according to Mike Moyer, a battalion chief with the Jackson Hole Fire/EMS Department. “That means the majority of the flames have been extinguished, but hot spots remain. We worked it for another 20 minutes to cool things off.”

4th of July Wyoming Parade Attended by The Duke and Duchess of Sussex

It's typically a pretty big deal anytime The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, that being Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, are spotted out and about anywhere. Especially when they happen to be spotted with their son, Archie. In fact, it's rare that Meghan Markle and Archie are seen at public events at all. However, for this year's Fourth of July, the family made an appearance, albeit in the state of Wyoming.

B-Side Players with Sghetti this Thursday at Music on Main

VICTOR, IDAHO. — B-Side Players and Sghetti will be serving up funk this Thursday on the Music on Main stage. Headliners, The B-Side Players explore the multifaceted grooves of Latin America and the Caribbean, incorporating the sounds of Cuba, Jamaica, Mexico and Brazil with the funk, rock, jazz and hip-hop rhythms of their homeland.

TSA screening takes off at JAC

The Transportation Security Administration began screening travelers on June 28 in a renovated security checkpoint at Jackson Hole Airport. The airport reopened following a planned 11-week closure. Travelers departing JAC will be screened through a four-lane security checkpoint that features a dedicated TSA PreCheck lane. The checkpoint is more spacious...

TCSAR stresses preparedness during ‘especially’ busy summer

JACKSON, Wyo. — Teton County Search and Rescue (TCSAR) is urging the public to be prepared on outdoor excursions following an especially busy start to the summer which was punctuated by a Fourth of July fatality on the Snake River. Since June, TCSAR has responded to 12 calls for...

Fourth of July Parade winners are in!

JACKSON Wyo. — The Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce has announced this year’s Fourth of July Parade winners!. Monday was a beautiful sunny day with strong attendance and over 67 participants in the parade. After the parade, the community judges declared the following winners:. It was Pinky G’s...

Most Of Yellowstone National Park Open To Visitors Again, Here’s What Is Still Closed

Yellowstone National Park is reopening more roadways after historic flooding ravaged the area. But, there are still areas visitors cannot access. The park is reopening its North Loop from Norris Junction to Canyon Junction. This includes access to Mammoth Hot Springs and Tower-Roosevelt. The opening means visitors can access the northern and southern loops of Yellowstone National Park via the East Entrance in Cody, Wyoming; the West Entrance in West Yellowstone, Montana; and the South Entrance in Grand Teton/Jackson, Wyoming.

BREAKING: TCSAR responds to presumed drowning on Snake River

JACKSON, Wyo. — This afternoon, Teton County Search and Rescue (TCSAR) responded to a presumed drowning accident on the Snake River. Authorities responded to the incident, Monday afternoon between the South Park and Astoria boat ramps. The man’s identity has not yet been released. Buckrail offers condolences to...

Off Square Theatre presents ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’

JACKSON, Wyo. — Off Square Theatre Company is marking the 10th anniversary of Thin Air Shakespeare with a production of the beloved otherworldly comedy “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” directed by Edgar Landa and featuring original music by Melissa Elliott, also known as Missy Jo. Come alongside...

GTMF: Beethoven Piano Extravaganza, July 8-9

TETON VILLAGE, Wyo. — Grand Teton Music Festival presents a two-night Beethoven Piano Extravaganza, this Friday and Saturday, July 8 and 9. Each night, pianist Garrick Ohlsson will perform different Beethoven concertos, along with the Festival Orchestra conducted by Sir Donald Runnicles. Runnicles calls the Beethoven Piano Concerto cycle...

Man Dead after July 4th Boating Accident on Snake River

According to Jackson Hole News and Guide, Teton County has identified the 22-year-old downing victim who died in a floating incident on the Snake River in Jackson, WY on Monday afternoon as Hector Bedolla-Zarate. The incident occurred in the area between the South Park and Astoria boat ramps near a feature called King’s wave. Bedolla-Zarate was separated from his group of linked inner tubers when three of their rafts flipped somewhere upriver from where he was found. Bedolla-Zarate was recovered by a group of paddleboarders who began performing CPR on him and called 911. Chief advisor of Teton County Search and Rescue Cody Lockhart reported that Bedolla-Zarate was not wearing a life vest and was presumably held under the strong eddy line below the Boy Scout Camp. Bedolla-Zarate was a Jackson local who graduated from Jackson Hole High. We offer the Bedolla-Zarate family and all who are affected by this incident our deepest condolences.