Monthly unemployment numbers skyrocketed Thursday, as the federal and state government mull new assistance programs and changes to unemployment insurance.
A Jackson businessman who applied for an economic assistance loan from the U.S. Small Business Administration said the website SBA.gov/disaster worked well.
Gov. Mark Gordon said Wyoming businesses can now apply for up to $2 million each in low-interest economic assistance loans through the Small Business Administration to help them cope with disruption due to COVID-19.
The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is leading to business closures and altered hours, as health officials warn against crowds and advise the public to practice social distancing.
Some relief may be available for businesses forced to close due to a sweeping public health order issued to slow the rate of COVID-19 transmission. Businesses that choose to close or otherwise experience a virus-related downturn over the next few weeks may also be eligible for assistance.
While you were waiting at the post office counter for your Christmas presents to be brought out from the back, the clerk doing the retrieving was in the middle of a 20-mile hike.
Fine Dining Restaurant Group will temporary close most of its restaurants to full-service dining on Monday but will offer takeout food.
Jackson restaurateurs have begun to make adjustments to dining services, choosing options — takeout, mostly — that promise less human contact.
ALL TAXABLE SALES REPORTED TO THE Wyoming Department of Revenue and Taxation in February totaled $118.5 million, a 7% increase over the amount reported in February 2019. A one- to two-month lag separates actual sales and when taxes are reported by the state, so February’s number generally re…
THE JANUARY ENPLANEMENT COUNT at Jackson Hole Airport totaled 40,677, 1% more than the total for January 2019. January’s count marked the 44th month out of the past 50 in which enplanments were up over the same month in the previous year, a remarkable growth pattern. During the fiscal year e…
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TAXABLE SALES REPORTED TO WYOMING’S Department of Revenue and Taxation in January totaled $129.0 million, an 8% increase over the amount reported in January 2019. A one- to two-month lag separates actual sales and when taxes are reported by the state, so January’s number generally reflects s…
DECEMBER’S ENPLANEMENT COUNT AT Jackson Hole Airport totaled 27,440, up 13% from December 2018. December’s count marked the 11th of 2019’s 12 months in which enplanements were up over 2018’s count in the same month — only November saw a decline. During calendar year 2019, 454,629 people boar…
For decades South Park has been a target for public and private developers seeking to turn the primarily rural area into residential and commercial space. This week a familiar family became the latest to step up, pitching its ideas for what housing there could look like.
Amy Young, owner of the former Lotus Organic cafe, appeared in Teton County Circuit Court last week for a bench trial after three of her former employees filed wage claims against her company Planet Palate LLC.
Jackson Hole Airport saw record-breaking numbers of travelers in 2019 once again, but its director said he sees a “plateau” is coming to start the new decade.
A large and prominent piece of Jackson Hole property — past and future — went on the market at 5 p.m. Friday in what would be one of the town’s biggest commercial real estate deals ever.
To further Jackson Hole Airport's effort to becoming net zero, the board committed to purchasing carbon offsets for all board vehicle and employee commuting miles as well as mileage from the airport's operational vehicles.