The Bridger-Teton National Forest is planning to reroute part of the Big Munger Trail this summer.
POWELL — Hunting areas around Powell are being hit hard by Chronic Wasting Disease, with prevalence for the disease hitting nearly half of all bucks.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service opposes Wyoming congresswoman Harriet Hageman’s legislative push to remove Endangered Species Act protections from Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem grizzly bears.
As bears begin to show up in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, Grand Teton National Park is expecting Grizzly 399, the famous, 27-year-old ursine matriarch, to once again emerge from her den this spring.
The first grizzly bear of the season was spotted in Grand Teton National Park Wednesday, leading bear managers to put out a now-annual call to lock up human foods that can get bears in trouble.
Interpretive rangers and other workers in Yellowstone National Park want to unionize.
This fall, wildlife managers are planning to offer 90% fewer tags to hunt elk in Grand Teton National Park.
Traffic snarled on Jackson Hole roads Wednesday as winter weather oozed through the area, a driver jackknifed on top of Teton Pass and highway crews shut the Hoback Canyon for avalanche mitigation.
As Jackson surpasses records for March snow depth, the flurries keep coming.
Melissa Turley, the newest member of the Jackson Hole Airport Board, said reimagining ground transportation to the airport is her highest priority.
University of Wyoming undergraduates pursuing careers in wildlife and fisheries science have until 5 p.m. Wednesday to apply for the Wyoming Wildlife Fellowship, which will grant them $3,000 a semester and land them two paid summer internships with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department.
This winter is killing mule deer fawns in Wyoming’s largest herd, and may be exacerbating a pneumonia outbreak in pronghorn near Pinedale.
Don’t hold your breath if you’re waiting to see whether Grand Targhee Resort gets the go-ahead to develop 22 cabins in its base area.
Jon Stephens, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s north Jackson senior game warden, will receive an award this morning.
The groomed tracks on Teton Park Road that skiers, snowshoers and walkers have been enjoying all winter won’t be there for much longer.
Federal land managers and nonprofits plan to spend $2.6 million to reduce wildfire risk on national forest and private property in Teton Valley, Idaho, in the next three years.
Trout Unlimited is looking for trees. And brush.
A hearing on Grand Targhee Resort’s plans to develop 20-some cabins in its base area has been delayed at least two weeks.
As far as national park visits are concerned, the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem saw a significant decrease in visitation in 2022.
Friday is the deadline for the public to comment on the Bridger-Teton National Forest’s preliminary plans for upgrading campgrounds and roads near Curtis Canyon.
The bulk of an exclusive, private resort community surrounded on all sides by the Bridger-Teton National Forest is now owned by TD Ameritrade founder Joe Ricketts, who may look to swap the coveted property for U.S. Forest Service land elsewhere.
The 24-year-old Wisconsin man who died Thursday southeast of Smoot was killed by an avalanche that broke loose above him and carried him into a creek below.
A judge won’t allow a real estate agent’s opinion to be used in determining damages in a civil trespass case that seeks some $7.75 million from hunters who passed through a ranch’s airspace.
Hoback Junction officially has a water and sewer district.
A lone cinnamon black bear cub put the city of Victor, Idaho, on alert and locked down the Victor Elementary School for the afternoon on Thursday.
Hoback Junction residents have until Tuesday afternoon to vote on the future of water quality management in their corner of Teton County.
The Bridger-Teton Avalanche Center has raised the avalanche hazard to "high" in upper elevations as a winter storm brings heavy winds and snow to Jackson Hole.
Yellowstone National Park seeks applicants for the 2023 Youth Conservation Corps, a residential work-based education program for ages 15 to 18.
Should Teton County build new dump stations for RV waste? Take ownership of sewer line connections? Change how it permits development in areas with water quality problems?
Wondering where 24-hour snow totals are in the Bridger-Teton Avalanche Center’s morning email?
Snow King Mountain Resort wants to adjust where people train to ride its new, nearly 3,000-foot zip line.
Trying to get a handle on a deluge of visitation, human waste piling up on the landscape, and deteriorating, unsafe infrastructure, the Bridger-Teton National Forest is looking to make significant upgrades to the closest campground to Jackson.
UPDATE, 3:30 p.m. Feb. 10: House Bill 200, which would increase non-resident hunting license fees, passed the house on a 43-19 vote and has moved on to the Senate, where it was referred to the Senate Agriculture, State and Public Lands and Water Resources Committee. A hearing date has not ye…
The company developing an 11-geodome glamping resort south of Teton Village was dealt another blow this week in a drawn-out, monthslong fight over how it’s planning to dispose of human feces.
Federal wildlife officials have determined that Wyoming and Montana's petitions to remove grizzly bears' Endangered Species Act protections are credible enough to be studied for another year. #jhnews
Two skiers narrowly avoided spending the night in Granite Canyon on Saturday.
Critics of Grand Targhee Resort’s new backcountry gates are meeting with the Caribou-Targhee National Forest today to air grievances.
The deadline is approaching for scientists, ranchers and other conservationists to apply for two locally run conservation grant programs.
Officials are starting to pore over Grand Targhee Resort’s plans to build 28 cabins in its base area, the first major development the western Teton resort has proposed under a 2018 master plan.
Harriet Hageman, Wyoming’s new Republican congresswoman, is dead set on decreasing the size of the federal government.
On Monday morning, Benton Hodges, Charlie Pirc and two other friends stopped a few hundred feet below the summit of Albright Peak in Grand Teton National Park to decide who should ski the first pitch.
This year will be a big one for some of the most well-known businesses operating lodging and guiding services in Grand Teton National Park.
Wyoming legislators want the Cowboy State to “phase out” the sale of electric vehicles by 2035, the same year the U.S. West Coast plans to ban the sale of new gas- and diesel-powered cars, trucks and SUVs.
A pair of peer-reviewed papers examining how insects are faring in reclaimed portions of the Pinedale Anticline and Jonah gas fields found major population and diversity upticks, as well as evidence that breaking up the sagebrush benefits pollinators.
A burst sprinkler pipe has damaged Jackson Lake Lodge, a hotel in Grand Teton National Park that has hosted dignitaries and serves as home base for an annual meeting of the world’s top financiers.
Teton County commissioners are tangling with whether to ask the Wyoming Department of Transportation to establish a sewer connection on a parcel of federal land near the Snake River.
The Snake River headwaters are first, at least as far as a multimillion-dollar study of climate change goes.