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The U.S. Forest Service is proposing updates to its rules on electronic bikes on national forest trails, like those managed by the Bridger-Teton. Officials are seeking public comments, but the window to weigh in is closing soon.

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Though the race for the St. John’s Health Board of Trustees is likely a foregone conclusion, with five incumbents running unopposed, four who appear on the ballot gathered Wednesday night in a virtual forum hosted by the League of Women Voters and Teton County Library.

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Services for longtime accountant George Leslie Thompson, who died Oct. 16 at 76, are set for 11 a.m. Friday at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

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Town and county officials voted Tuesday to begin evaluating next steps for tackling some of the Comprehensive Plan’s ecosystem stewardship goals, a move made before the ongoing update to the 2012 plan gets a final seal of approval and with the upcoming election as a backdrop.

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Police arrested a 24-year-old Jackson man this week on charges of kidnapping, false imprisonment, interference with emergency calls and domestic battery.

Though the race for the St. John’s Health Board of Trustees is likely a foregone conclusion, with five incumbents running unopposed, four who appear on the ballot gathered Wednesday night in a virtual forum hosted by the League of Women Voters and Teton County Library.

Services for longtime accountant George Leslie Thompson, who died Oct. 16 at 76, are set for 11 a.m. Friday at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

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Town and county officials voted Tuesday to begin evaluating next steps for tackling some of the Comprehensive Plan’s ecosystem stewardship goals, a move made before the ongoing update to the 2012 plan gets a final seal of approval and with the upcoming election as a backdrop.

Police arrested a 24-year-old Jackson man this week on charges of kidnapping, false imprisonment, interference with emergency calls and domestic battery.

Luxury subdivisions, glamping compounds, conservation easements and sales to federal land managers were among the proposals that filtered in to a Wyoming agency that’s investigating future scenarios for more than 7 square miles of state trust land in Teton County.

Teton County/Jackson Parks and Recreation Director Steve Ashworth, right, gives town of Jackson Vice Mayor Hailey Morton Levinson and former council member Bob Lenz a tour of the common areas of the new Parks and Recreation maintenance building and residential facility on Wednesday.

A grizzly bear stands on its hind legs to survey its surroundings while on the move Tuesday morning in Grand Teton National Park. Bears are incredibly active as winter approaches, seeking out as much food as possible in a process called hyperphagia as they bulk up for hibernation through the…

The fall colors maintain their vibrance, even as Saturday night’s light snowfall settles on top of the Tetons as seen from lower Schwabacher Landing on Sunday morning.

START bus supervisor Jeremy Minor, right, works with driver Robert Garrett on Monday to get familiar with one of the new electric buses at the START Bus Barn. START has acquired eight electric buses, which will be used on the route to and from Teton Village.

Following one of Jackson’s busiest seasons yet, Monday marks the first day of the town’s first Fall Clean Up. Expanding beyond the normal boundaries of roads and parks in Wilson, Hoback Junction and the highways in between, the event focuses on cleaning public lands.

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