If one of your family members ends up at Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center, more people will be able to visit.
Jacksonites are welcoming warmer weather and longer days, but along with spring and summer comes a pesky downside — mosquitoes and ticks.
A mandate to mask up inside Jackson Hole businesses and other public buildings has officially been withdrawn after nearly 10 months of a county-level order.
Medicaid expansion is again before the Wyoming Legislature, but this time it comes with an incentive of $120 million.
As COVID-19 cases plateau in Teton County, vaccine appointments are now available for the general public, a move that could accelerate the decline in infections.
Teton County has hit an inauspicious milestone for the first time in a while. Local active cases climbed above 100 over the weekend, with 40 new cases bringing the total to 107.
Regular readers may have noticed that the Jackson Hole Daily has reduced the publication of Wyoming’s county-by-county COVID-19 statistics to once a week, on Tuesdays. We will continue to monitor the numbers daily and may resume more frequent updates in the case of an uptick. Please note tha…
Wyoming’s mask mandate and many other coronavirus restrictions will be eliminated next week, but Teton County health officials will try to put a local mask order back in effect.
A coronavirus variant first identified in South Africa has been circulating in Teton County since January, according to the Teton County Health Department.
The town of Jackson announced this week that a START Bus driver had tested positive for COVID-19. The town updated that notice Thursday to correct which routes were impacted.
Spaced at least 6 feet apart, rows of chairs stretched across the auditorium of the Presbyterian Church of Jackson Hole. People sat in a few, clutching index cards, talking to their neighbors.
Though Wyoming has escaped the worst of the winter weather that has rocked the rest of the country, snowstorms have delayed some shipments of the COVID-19 vaccines.
Despite a dearth of genetic sequencing in the United States, labs have identified five cases of variant strains of the coronavirus in Jackson Hole.
In another example of the effect of Wyoming's decreasing COVID-19 numbers, Gov. Mark Gordon announced further easing of the statewide public health orders. The changes come on the heels of Teton County's Thursday reduction of the community risk level to moderate.
For front-line health care workers in a now-yearlong pandemic, every day is a battle that takes both a physical and mental toll, as they endure long hours and risk their own health each day to care for others.
After this story published, the Teton County Health Department announced Wednesday that its February allotment of vaccine doses from the state had been increased. That will allow the department to administer first doses to all teachers and school support staff who want them by the end of the…
Another 23 deaths, including one in Teton County, have been linked to the coronavirus, the Wyoming Department of Health announced Tuesday.
Teton County saw another COVID-19 death in January, bringing the total since the pandemic started to seven, according to state health data released Tuesday. Infections in the valley remain high, keeping the community in the critical risk category and keeping health care providers busy helpin…
Sanitizing her corded desk phone after four hours of scheduling COVID-19 vaccine appointments, Virginia Faulkner-Monks said she felt a bit like St. Nick.
Several variants are circulating around the globe, with major ones being found first in the United Kingdom, South Africa and Brazil. Because of the new variants we wanted to answer a few questions that would hopefully shed some light on how to mitigate the risk. Find more COVID-19 questions …
The Teton County Health Department has identified yet another START Bus rider who rode multiple buses during their infectious period prior to testing positive for COVID-19.
On Monday, newly elected Town Councilor Jessica Sell Chambers said she wanted to see a stronger government response to the coronavirus. On Tuesday she got her wish.
With COVID-19 infections remaining high, Teton District Health Officer Dr. Travis Riddell has extended Recommendation No. 11, urging the public to gather only with people who live in the same house.