PINEDALE — The owners of White Pine Ski and Summer Resort have reached an agreement to sell all assets of White Pine Resort to the owners of Lakeside Lodge, subject to certain conditions.
The Sublette County saga surrounding commissioners approval of a Bondurant billionaire’s request to rezone 56 of his 1,300 or so acres for a resort continues to simmer.
Joining forces with Montana and Idaho, Wyoming is petitioning to remove grizzly bears in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem from protection under the Endangered Species Act.
It has become a foregone conclusion for Riverton outfitter Ken Metzler that when one of his mule deer hunters shoots a buck, the animal is afflicted with chronic wasting disease, he said.
In the earliest hours of Thanksgiving 2018, Chris Colligan was on the homestretch of a long road trip, headed toward Jackson Hole to join his wife and then 1-year-old daughter for the holiday.
Forty acres of private land surrounded by the National Elk Refuge and Bridger-Teton National Forest is now under a new conservation easement.
POWELL — As brilliant rays of sunlight cleared the peaks in the east, streaming warming beams of light across the peaks surrounding Lamar Valley, the Junction Butte Pack of wolves were on the move through the snow-covered hills. Below them a small herd of about 30 bison tightened their ranks…
Commissioners spent the better part of Tuesday debating how to regulate Teton County’s septic systems but stopped short of requiring homeowners to inspect and maintain existing systems, a cause water quality advocates have championed for months.
Teton County’s push to require bear-proof trash cans countywide sputtered last week after technical issues derailed the planning commissioners’ hearing on the proposed regulations.
Fall Creek Road residents are sounding the alarm over the possibility that dozens of high-end commercial campsites, roads and related infrastructure could be carved into the lower flanks of Munger Mountain.
BONDURANT — In a showdown pitting Wyoming values of property rights against the desire for a quiet, rural lifestyle, Sublette County commissioners came down on the side of property rights last week, approving a billionaire’s high-end resort and stunning his neighbors who said it would foreve…
This week, residents of the greater Teton area will be able to ask some key players in the proposed expansion of Grand Targhee Resort questions about the process, and the resort’s plans.
After closing Yellowstone's roads in the fall as snow begins to accumulate, the national park is ready to re-open most of its roads to oversnow vehicles for the winter season on Wednesday, Dec. 15.
Jackson’s latest fisheries supervisor may be new to his title, but he’s no stranger to the valley, nor to the complex issues facing fish and anglers in Teton County’s lakes, rivers and streams.
A new conservation easement will add another piece to the puzzle of protecting big game migrations, open space and agricultural heritage along the edges of the Bridger-Teton National Forest.
PINEDALE — With immediate demand high for domestic energy, PureWest Energy plans to resume its drilling operations in the Pinedale Anticline in the next couple of weeks, using local contractors wherever possible.
It may seem like the endless summer, which is great for those who like endless hiking and biking, but for skiers and snowboarders the warmest November in Jackson Hole since the 1930s may be causing some severe angst.
The Bridger-Teton National Forest will not imminently allow woolgrowers to herd domestic sheep back onto portions of the Wyoming Range near where a bighorn sheep herd roams, a mix that could endanger the wild sheep by introducing diseases.
Leslie Steen stepped carefully over the boulders and cobble strewn along the southern shore near where Spread Creek spills out of a mountain canyon and spreads out in the plain on its way to the Snake River.
RIVERTON — A much-debated man-made climbing route soon might be installed in Sinks Canyon State Park, but on a different cliff with no peregrine falcons.
In what could be one of the biggest requests to the Legislature in years, state water development officials are eyeing $281 million or more to fund agricultural irrigation works, dams, reservoirs, domestic water projects and other programs.
The Bridger-Teton National Forest announced Friday that Christmas tree permits are now available for purchase online through Recreation.gov. Details about where to cut and height restrictions may be found at Recreation.gov by searching “Bridger-Teton National Forest.”
A billionaire businessman who owns miles of ranchland running along the Upper Hoback River is trying again to develop a destination resort that’s raising the hackles of the Bondurant community.
Chronic wasting disease has been detected in elk that dwell along the southwestern flank of the Wind River Range in an area where 80% or so of the animals congregate each winter on densely-packed feedgrounds.
Just as the snow would typically start piling up, the Bridger-Teton National Forest has temporarily authorized the state of Wyoming to throw hay for hundreds of elk at its Dell Creek feedground in the Bondurant area.