The Town Council will make its final review Monday of a ban on discrimination based on a person’s sexual orientation or gender identity.
Lower Valley Energy, the power cooperative that serves Jackson Hole, had the lowest rates for residential electricity among 813 cooperatives in the nation in 2017.
A phony email circulating among Teton County inboxes claims that a hacker has taken control of the recipient’s personal computer through a porn website. Police are warning the public to not engage with such scammers.
Jeremiah Feicht and his family have been ousted from their rentals three times in the past 20 months. Each time, landlords either sold the house or decided to move back in.
Yellowstone National Park’s pacing for its second busiest year in its 146-year history, with 1.38 million visitors through June. The record-setter was 2016, the year of the National Park Service’s centennial.
A golden-mantled ground squirrel perches on a boulder Thursday morning on Mount Glory. This weekend, hot summer weather is expected to continue, with temperatures forecast in the mid-80s.
Though early voting began last week for the Aug. 21 primary election, Teton County residents willing to restrain their civic passion will have the chance to hear from candidates in person.
As of midnight, all trails and trailhead parking lots associated with Mount Washburn in Yellowstone National Park, from Dunraven Pass and Chittenden Road, are closed for the rest of the season.
Tourists take photos at John Moulton’s homestead Tuesday at Mormon Row in Grand Teton National Park. Moulton built “The Pink House,” as it’s commonly known, in 1934 and sold it to the park in 1953 with a lifetime lease, which he held until his death in 1990 at 103 years old.
Traffic backs up from both sides of the Gros Ventre River Bridge on Tuesday south of Gros Ventre Junction in Grand Teton National Park. Motorists should expect delays of up to 15 minutes as resurfacing continues through Friday.
County commissioners are asking Teton County School District No. 1 to “make a definitive decision” about whether it’s interested in a land swap for a new school.
Wyoming officials are looking to classify stand-up paddleboards as watercraft, and they soon plan to require life jackets for people using the popular inflatable and hard-sided vessels.