A man is in jail facing eight counts of drug possession and a delivery charge after officers searched his Jackson house.
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department on Monday released new details about the fatal mauling of hunting guide Mark Uptain last weekend, including that bear spray was deployed.
Now people have a way to quickly donate to the family of Mark Uptain, a bow hunting guide who died after a bear attack Friday in the Teton Wilderness.
UPDATE, 4:15 p.m. Saturday — A Jackson Hole businessman, hunting guide and father of five was found dead Saturday afternoon near where he was attacked while retrieving a client’s elk carcass Friday afternoon.
The Bridger-Teton National Forest has started cutting trees to reduce the risk of wildfire reaching private homes in the Phillips Ridge area on Teton Pass as part of the Teton to Snake Fuels Reduction Project.
Teton County schools had the largest percentage of English Language Learners in the state last year, making the district of interest to the U.S. Department of Education.
SHERIDAN — Wyoming has long debated how it could develop a more diversified economy that is not as vulnerable to the boom-and-bust cycles caused by fluctuations in the energies market. The two major party candidates for Wyoming’s next governor are longtime residents of the state who have clo…
BLM to auction 780,000 acres
The Bureau of Land Management in Wyoming has released its initial environmental analysis for its fourth-quarter oil and gas lease sale, totaling 581 proposed lease parcels on 780,000-plus acres of federal land.
Two parcels initially marked for sale in the Red Desert-to-Hoback mule deer migration corridor are no longer being considered for lease.
TAXABLE SALES REPORTED TO WYOMING’S Department of Revenue and Taxation in August totaled $198.6 million, 1 percent higher than the amount reported in August 2017. A one- to two-month lag separates actual sales and when taxes are reported by the state, so August’s number generally reflects sa…
Every week Jackson Hole citizens have various opportunities to engage with the local political process. Here’s a compiled list of town, county and state meetings scheduled in Teton County in the coming week. For complete and up-to-date agendas, check the website referenced with each entry.
Wednesday, Sept. 5
• Housing: Jackson/Teton County Housing Authority Board meeting. 2 p.m., Teton County Public Health Building, 460 E. Pearl Ave. JHAffordableHousing.org.
Grandma got arrested: An 81-year-old woman was arrested for drinking and driving on Sept. 5, police said. The Santa Fe, New Mexico, woman was driving with a burned out taillight and admitted to drinking, reports stated. She was booked in Teton County Jail on a DUI charge.
This is a selection of the stories printed within the past week in the News&Guide’s sister publication, the Jackson Hole Daily. For full versions of each of these stories and more go to JHNewsAndGuide.com.
Tribal Trail group to form
The county is seeking South Park neighbors, environmental advocates and businesspeople to apply to join the Tribal Trail Road Stakeholder Advisory Committee.
If you’re trying to eke out the last bit of summer’s marrow, planning is key. Here are the last open dates for Grand Teton National Park facilities and services.
The school district, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and county commissioners are hammering out the details of an agreement to facilitate a land swap for a potential new school site at Stilson Ranch, at the intersection of Highways 22 and 390.