A collection of stories covering the federal government shutdown's impacts on Jackson Hole. 

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More than a hundred U.S. government employees who call Jackson Hole home walked away from the job Friday uncertain whether they’d be paid to c…

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After the federal government partially shut down in December, Audra Warburton and other Double H Bar employees packed up brochures for the Nat…

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As a longtime employee of the Bridger-Teton National Forest, David Cernicek has endured government shutdowns before. Despite that familiarity,…

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As the longest government shutdown in history continues, local nonprofits and businesses are stepping up to help federal employees who may be …

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Like hundreds of other federal government employees who call Jackson Hole home, Lesley Williams-Gomez’s time out of the office after the holid…

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For fear that fellow federally employed comrades could be impaled, Grand Teton National Park workers Monday cleared off a headquarters buildin…

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Words cannot express what an honor it is to wake up every day and serve the American people by managing and sustaining our national heritage —…

Audience Engagement Producer Jackson Hole News & Guide

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