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A Colorado high-country export with experience in Jackson Hole has been brought on as the next Jackson District ranger for the Bridger-Teton National Forest.

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Bundles of color swelled into vibrant banners as citizens unfurled their flags under the clock tower outside Jackson’s Town Hall.

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New information park rangers have gleaned from climbing guides suggests the 100-foot crack in the headwall near Hidden Falls has been there for months.

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ABOVE: The only nesting pair of trumpeter swans in Yellowstone of 2018 swim around their manmade nest platform on Grebe Lake just west of Canyon Village. "Grafting” operations — plucking eggs from wild nests and hatching them in captivity to prevent the eggs from being raided by predators — …

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Crowdfunding — seeking money from many people before a product goes to market — began as an upstart way for people to launch products and circumvent investors. But it has emerged as an integral part of some businesses’ operations.

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Fortunate misunderstanding: A traveler returned July 9 to Jackson Hole Airport to find an empty parking spot. It was reported to police that the keys were left in the missing car for a few days and that it must have been stolen. But the victim called police Saturday to report that the car, m…

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The water in Flat Creek threatened to spill over the top of Howard Cole’s waist-high waders as he walked about 30 feet against the current, sometimes using overhanging willow branches for balance, to retrieve a single plastic bag.

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A collision on Teton Pass late Tuesday night shut down the highway for almost two hours and sent one man to the hospital.

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START picks fare system

The bid to provide START with a new electronic fare system went to software company RouteMatch at Monday’s Town Council meeting.

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Bert Raynes has been writing about birds for the last 40 years. But it isn’t just writing he does on behalf of wild critters — the “Far Afield” columnist is a longtime champion of wildlife and habitat conservation.

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The new bike lanes along Snow King Avenue not only represent a visual change for users but also call for cyclists to change long-standing behavior, according to Pathways Coordinator Brian Schilling.

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Jackson Hole citizens cannot engage in the political process if they don’t know when and where officials are meeting. The following listing includes town, county and state meetings coming up in Teton County. Agendas are subject to change right up until meetings start. For complete and up-to-…

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No glider crash cause yet

A preliminary aviation accident report from the National Transportation Safety Board didn’t find any obvious cause for the June 9 glider crash that killed pilot Kristine Ciesinski, 65, of Victor, Idaho, and passenger David Ross, 65, of Salt Lake City.

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Teton County officials want the panel of advisors they appointed to bring them a single Wyoming Public Lands Initiative recommendation, which entails unanimity on the part of the 18-person committee.

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The town and county have finalized new policies that significantly change how developers are asked to pay for or provide housing for employees generated by a new project.

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Drivers on Highway 390 may notice crews clearing the shoulders this week as the Wyoming Department of Transportation begins resurfacing the road, from Highway 22 to the entrance to Grand Teton National Park.

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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.

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The body of a Jackson man who became the subject of a multi-state search was found Thursday night near Pine Creek Pass, about four miles west of Victor, Idaho.

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Grand Teton National Park officials say there is no estimate for when the park’s popular Hidden Falls area will reopen to the public.

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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.

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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.