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A sagebrush-covered 35-acre swath of land now officially in the Jackson Hole Land Trust’s possession marks the end of a yearslong effort to preserve the northeast end of East Gros Ventre Butte.

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A vacation home and a big piece of land south of town will go to auction Friday, Sept. 29. Realtor Ed Liebzeit of Jackson Hole Sotheby’s International Realty said that both offer a chance for a great deal and that he expects both to sell within 30 minutes of the opening of internet bidding.

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Standing on land his great-grandfather homesteaded more than a century ago, Hal Blake’s view to the west is the Tetons, so big they almost make you take a step backward. When he looks in every other direction he sees what he has seen since he was a child: open land and the scattered building…

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As Jackson real estate prices continue to rise, so too do the housing fees in-lieu, which are designed to mitigate the impact of new developments. Last week, the Town Council approved increases of up to 8 percent for 2017.

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The new edition of the Jackson Hole Report backs up public opinion that Jackson Hole’s housing problem is getting worse.

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Fewer properties were sold in 2016 and less money changed hands, but rising prices meant people paid more on average in Jackson Hole’s real estate market, according to statistics compiled by local Realtors.

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The Rose and the Pink Garter Theatre received authorization from the Jackson Town Council this week to sell packaged alcohol at a new retail store called the Rose Rackhouse on the ground floor of the Pink Garter Plaza.

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Sales in the market-dominant single-family house and condo market split in the first quarter of the year, according to reports by Jackson real estate firms, with houses holding firm compared with 2015 but townhouse business dropping.

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Ken Gangwer topped all Jackson Hole real estate agents in sales during 2014, and he and others at Jackson Hole Sotheby’s International Realty dominated the list of top sellers.

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It's the only place in Bondurant with a liquor license. In the 64 miles from Hoback Junction to Daniel Junction there's no other place to buy gas. And you can be reasonably sure there's no place anywhere nearby that has a stuffed bear to keep patrons company while they drink a beer.