Last week the town of Jackson was surprised by an unexpected new resident – a mountain lion on High School Butte. First spotted Wednesday morning, the cougar remained on the butte for multiple days, guarding a deer carcass about 50 yards away from the juniper tree the cat had taken residence in. The rare wildlife siting attracted hundreds of people from all around the area, some even traveling hours to see the big cat.
- Wyoming is now reporting 84 cases in 15 counties.
- Jackson approves 'shelter in place' ordinance
- Community spread of coronavirus confirmed, Teton County case count up to 6
- Town: Stay at home
- Yellowstone, Grand Teton are off limits
- Teton County case count grows to 7
- COVID-19 fallout ripples through workforce
- Ammo sales explode amid virus fears in Jackson Hole
- Archaeologist: Snow King could lose its historical eligibility
- 1918 flu — How Jackson faced pandemic
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