Moose, WY

Council passes first reading to remove ‘family’ from residential use rules

JACKSON, Wyo. — The Jackson Town Council passed the first reading of an amendment regarding the definition of family and residential occupancy requirements. Ordinance 473 was passed by the town council on Nov. 15, 1993, which amended the municipal code to read, “The term family as used in this Code shall mean an individual, or two (2) or more persons related by blood, marriage, adoption, or similar legal relationship; or a group of not more than three (3) persons who need not be so related, plus domestic staff employed for services on the premises, living together as a single housekeeping unit in a one-family dwelling or in.
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SNAPPED: Early morning bison backup

JACKSON, Wyo. — A herd of bison backed up traffic near Moran Junction this morning, Oct. 21. Much a quintessential scene of the present day American West, a Jackson school bus stopped and made way for the herd of calves, bulls and cows to cross the road. The Greater Yellowstone...
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Jackson Daily Weather Forecast

Here’s the forecast for the next four days in Jackson: Thursday, October 21: Mostly sunny during the day; while mostly clear overnight; Friday, October 22: Mostly sunny during the day; while mostly cloudy then slight chance of snow showers overnight; Saturday, October 23: Chance of snow showers during the
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Them on Us: ‘In Pursuit of Soul’

JACKSON, Wyo. — Teton Gravity Research’s (TGR) latest film “In Pursuit of Soul”, explores local ski hills across the U.S., and gives rise to Jackson’s own, Snow King Mountain. The film’s introduction touches upon the transformations that have occurred in the ski industry in the last century; from the early...

Coroner in Petito case resigning from hospital post: Report

JACKSON HOLE, Wyo. (ABC4) – After gaining national attention by revealing Gabby Petito’s cause of death, a Wyoming coroner is leaving one of his posts. Calling the past month “stressful for a multitude of reasons including my work on the Petito case and dealing with media, law enforcement on multiple levels plus a few wackos who have sent emails,” Dr. Brent Blue explains he is resigning from St. John Health in Jackson, Wyoming, in February. He says his use of his personal computer is to blame.
Teton Valley News

Firm selected to develop Driggs lot into multi-use property

Another piece of the downtown Driggs puzzle is falling into place as the Driggs Urban Renewal Agency negotiates with a development group that intends to build a residential and commercial retail space on West Little Avenue. The city has had the Front Street area in its crosshairs for years, with...

Stio Launches Stio Second Turn™ Circular Commerce Pilot Program to Keep Gear in Use and Out of Landfills

JACKSON, Wyo. (October 21, 2021) – Stio is proud to announce the launch of Stio Second Turn™, a circular commerce pilot program and the brand’s newest sustainability initiative which will enable customers to buy and trade-in gently used Stio products from past season’s collections to be cleaned, repaired, renewed and recycled back into circulation.

Human remains found in Laundrie search

FBI Investigators have found what they are calling “what appears to be human remains” near some belongings of the primary person of interest in the slaying of 22-year-old Gabriella Petito near Moran last month. The FBI announced searchers found the remains in a Florida nature preserve near a backpack and a notebook believed to belong to Brian Laundrie. The remains have not yet been identified.
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Antler auction Saturday

Round two of the COVID-adjusted elk antler auction conducted annually by the local Boy Scout district is being held this Saturday. The 54th Annual BSA Elk Antler Auction could not be conducted in May this year, due to COVID concerns. Instead, the auction was held online on October 2nd, which was very successful, according to District Chairman Cliff Kirkpatrick. However, there was not the time and resources to include all of the antlers in that auction. So, “Round 2” is being held tomorrow.

Donations help CES and school

Community Entry Services has announced the receipt of an anonymous $500,000 donation allocated to eliminate CES’ $1 million mortgage and allowing CES to redirect funds to sustain therapeutic services and life-enriching experiences for adults in Jackson Hole with intellectual and developmental disabilities and acquired brain injuries. According to a news...

Rodeo arena closes to riders for winter season

JACKSON, Wyo. — The Teton County Fairgrounds outdoor rodeo arena is closed to horseback riders now through the end of winter to transition the arena into the Fairgrounds ice-skating rink, the Town announced this morning. Water to the arena has been turned off and the facility has been winterized. The...
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Remains found in Florida reserve near items thought to belong to Brian Laundrie

The FBI's Tampa, Florida Field Office held a short press conference at the entrance to the Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park in North Port, Florida, at 2:30 p.m. MST, confirming that human remains and items, such as a backpack and notebook belonging to Brian Laundrie, had been found Wednesday morning. “These...

Hunter’s Moon shines bright through Jackson’s nights

JACKSON, Wyo. — In the Northern Hemisphere, the first full moon of the fall season has been visible since early this week. Since Monday night October’s full moon has been on display, and will remain big and bright in the night sky through tonight, Oct. 21. It reached its peak yesterday, Oct. 20.

SNAPPED: Demo begins at Teton Gables

JACKSON, Wyo. — The small brown motel building on the Teton Gables site is currently under demolition. The nearly two-acre parcel on the corner of Highway 22 is owned by Gables Partners LLC. The plan following the demolition of the single-story brown structure is to develop a 26 unit apartment complex on the southern portion of the lot, which is currently a parking area. The project will participate in the workforce housing program. The total finished apartment square footage will be 18,776.
Teton Valley News

Downtown Driggs trick-or-treating is on Oct. 29

Ghouls, princesses, and video game characters are invited to trick or treat at local businesses in Driggs after school on Friday, Oct. 29. Hosted by the Downtown Driggs Association, the annual candy-fueled party is a chance for kids to safely score sugar at downtown businesses with the “Halloween in Downtown Driggs” sign. The event runs from 3 to 5 p.m. on Friday. Costumes are of course encouraged but not required (but it’s a safe bet that kids will get more candy if they’re dressed up).