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Teton County and Town of Jackson To Interview Volunteers
Tomorrow, elected officials in Teton County will be conducting interviews with folks who are volunteering to serve on various boards in the community. Teton County Commissioners and the Jackson Town Council will talk with candidates for the Jackson Hole Airport Board, the Affordable Housing Supply Board, and the Jackson Teton County Parks and Recreation board.
Teton County/Jackson Parks and Recreation winter service levels update
As Teton County/Jackson Parks and Recreation transitions into winter services, the Parks Department would like to explain the complex process that goes into preparing ice rinks and grooming for public access.
Fee Schedule Transition at the Recreation Center
JACKSON, Wyo. – The Recreation Center fees will increase in anticipation of the new expanded facility, which is slated for opening in May 2024. On June 5, 2023, the Teton County Board of County Commissioners and the Jackson Town Council adopted a new Community Recreation Center fee schedule. Current facility rental rate increases will take effect on Tuesday, Jan. 2, 2024. Upon completion of the expansion, new admission and facility use rental rates will take effect.
Candlelight Vigils to Honor Kali Randall Best and Son Zeke in Jackson and Victor
• Candlelight vigils will be held in Jackson and Victor, Wyoming, on the evening of December 7, to remember Kali Randall Best and her son Zeke Best. • The vigils are organized by Teton Valley’s Family Safety Network and Mental Health Coalition, in response to the homicide of Kali, her unborn child, and the death of her son Zeke.
SNAPPED: Teton sunrise splendor
JACKSON, Wyo. — The morning sky has been putting on dazzling displays over the mountains this winter. Buckrail photographer Nick Sulzer captured the pink glow of the rising sun over the Tetons this week. A handful of moose were on the scene as well, adding further dimension to the...
Land Board Approves $1.2 Million For Affordable Housing In Jackson
CHEYENNE — A controversial plan to build affordable housing on the Teton County Fair and Rodeo grounds in Jackson was approved Thursday for $1.25 million in federal money, but not without criticism from some of the state’s top elected officials. The project has been an emotionally charged and...
CANCELLED: Crash reported on WY22, both travel lanes blocked, expect delays
JACKSON, Wyo. — The Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) issued a traffic alert at 7:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 6, advising a crash on WY22 at milepost 4 near the junction of the Village Road. The incident has blocked both lanes of travel. “Be prepared to stop, expect delays,”...
State board narrowly votes to fund Flat Creek Apartments
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — On Thursday, Dec. 7, the State Board of Land Commissioners (SBLC) voted three out of five in favor of the Town of Jackson’s application for $1.25 million to fund the Flat Creek affordable housing project. SBLC has $5 million set aside for affordable housing infrastructure...
Jackson Hole Skiers To Attempt World Record For 'Most Skiers In Jeans'
Jeans, or any clothing made from non-water resistant material for that matter, aren't ideal for a day on the mountain, but who cares? In honor of the thousands of skiers who still hit the slopes in denim, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, WY is hosting 'Ski In Jeans Weekend'. The event ...
2-for-2’s Going on Now
JACKSON, Wyo. — Off-season specials are back!. Jackson and Alpine 2-for-2s are now in full swing and available at Fine Dining Restaurant Group (FDRG) locations until Sunday, Dec. 17. Buy one entree and receive the second for $2 during dinner at The Bistro, The Kitchen, Bin22, Roadhouse Pub and...
Pet of the Week: Meet Gladio
DRIGGS, Idaho — Meet Gladio, named after our favorite Lilly, the Gladiolus. Gladio is the final kitten of our flower litter to bloom outside the shelter walls. This string-chasing, box-sitting, all-around perfect kitten would love nothing more than to find a home of his own before the holidays. Help us make this little kitten’s Christmas dreams come true!
Parks and Rec, Jackson Public Works prepare for winter maintenance
JACKSON, Wyo. — With snow in the forecast this weekend, the Teton County/Jackson Parks and Recreation Department and Town of Jackson Public Works Department are preparing for winter street and sidewalk snow and ice removal. Winter-related maintenance activities ensure ensure safe, accessible and connected public access throughout the Town...
Snow King Ski Patrol to throw winter kick-off party at StillWest Taproom, Friday
JACKSON, Wyo. — There’s nothing like a crisp pint after a day on the slopes, right?. The Snow King Volunteer Ski Patrol invites the community to the second annual Patrol Winter Kick-Off Party at the StillWest Taproom with live music from local “twang-funk” band Strumbucket. StillWest...
Sec. of State Opposes State Trust Land Sale in Teton County
Today, December 7th, the State Board of Land Commissioners will consider the disposal of state trust land located in Teton County, known as the Kelly Parcel. After careful consideration of the proposed disposal, Secretary of State Chuck Gray, as a member of the State Board of Land Commissioners, has announced he will be opposing the proposed disposal and voting no when it comes before the board during the December 7th meeting.
Warm spell followed by another round of snow
JACKSON, Wyo. – Jackson Hole has been in a rollercoaster weather pattern lately. A significant storm cycle produced 21-33 inches of snow in the Tetons from December 1-4. An unseasonably warm airmass has taken hold since this storm ended, but another storm with colder temperatures is on track for late this week.
John Jackson’s Ride the Wave Part
John Jackson has had a year full of acclaim. Fresh off two individual nominations at the International Freesports Film Festival, one for Standout Male Snowboarder of the Year and the other for Best Backcountry Segment, Jackson’s part in TGR’s Flying High Again (2023) is stunning and tasteful. John is one of those snowboarders who knows what matters— that style comes first. From pulling huge backflip gainers off of cliff drops to carving steep big mountain lines in the Alaskan backcountry, Jackson riding has a quality of lightness that is very pleasing to the eye. His talents have taken him to the top of the snowboarding world, taking home Backcountry X Games Gold and having graced the cover of over 10 print magazines. He’s been a staple rider in TGR snowboard films for years now,
‘Dancing with the Stars Lander & Riverton’ a fundraiser for a vital community service
(Lander, WY) – Dancing with the Stars Lander & Riverton has wowed our community with showmanship, pizazz, and an all-around good time for eight years, and we expect nothing less in 2024. Now is the time to round up your friends and family to join you at the table,...
Swinging bridge removal will cause delays on US 89 south of Jackson
Crews will be reducing traffic down to two lanes, one in each direction, on US 26/89/189/191 near Swinging Bridge Road, south of Jackson Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. for the removal of the center section of the old Swinging Bridge.
BTNF hires first official Forest Botanist
JACKSON, Wyo. — The Bridger-Teton National Forest (BTNF) has hired its first official Forest Botanist. In his new role, Trevor Bloom is focused on whitebark pines, non-native plants and species of conservation concern (SCCs), among other management plans. Bloom is taking this opportunity with the U.S. Forest Service after...
Expect delays on Teton Pass
JACKSON, Wyo. — Traffic on WY22 between the Idaho State Line and Jackson remains slow this morning after two stalled vehicles blocked travel lanes on Teton Pass. Both stalled vehicles were cleared by 8 a.m., according to the Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT), but eastbound Pass commuters are still experiencing delays. Some drivers have been delayed for more than 40 minutes.