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As voting nears for their $10 million request to taxpayers as one of 15 specific purpose excise tax items on this fall’s ballot, Central Wyoming College officials have released initial plans for a 21,000-square-foot building on its own Jackson campus.

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Idaho’s Teton School Board 401 voted Monday to censure a freshman board member Kathleen Haar, expressing disapproval for actions they say violated board policies, regulations and bylaws.

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It’s nearing the end of the second quarter and the Broncs football team has possession. The dance team is warming up near the end zone, the late summer sun bouncing off their sequined costumes as spectators lean in — the home team is about to snap.

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CHEYENNE — While more than a third of Wyomingites who borrowed federal student loans would have their debt completely wiped out by President Joe Biden’s loan forgiveness plan, Republicans in the state remain critical of the initiative and are weighing alternatives.

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Launched in 2020, Central Wyoming College’s Bridge to College and Success program is marking its third year with noted success. The program’s aim is to support Latino students making the high-school-to-college transition. This year, 10 Bridge students were accepted from an applicant pool of 16.

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The Rendezvous Upper Elementary School in Driggs, Idaho, initiated a “soft lockdown” Friday after students and staff heard what they thought were gunshots fired near school property. It was Teton 401’s first week of school. Rendezvous Upper Elementary School is located in Driggs and holds gr…

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Tuesday is the first day of school for public schools across Teton County, and the town of Jackson and Jackson Police Department are reminding motorists to be extra vigilant for students out walking and biking to school.

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As students enjoy the final throes of summer, new educators with the Teton County School District navigated their own first day of school jitters.

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In an effort to solve local teacher shortages, Teton County School District No. 1 applied for and was selected as one of three districts in the state to participate in a pilot program through the Wyoming Department of Education and Wyoming Professional Teaching Standards Board.

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As a federal government waiver that provided free school meals throughout the COVID-19 pandemic has expired, students attending Teton County School District No. 1 will be required to pay for school-provided meals this year or apply for the Free and Reduced Meals program.

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Central Wyoming College is expected to be on the ballot this November, for the second time seeking funds to build a campus in Jackson Hole.

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Hundreds of students left Jackson Hole High School at 10 a.m. Monday to protest gun violence in response to recent mass shootings such as the Uvalde, Texas, massacre, where an 18-year-old gunman killed 19 elementary school students and two teachers.

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There is no age limit for William Shakespeare. In fact his “Midsummer’s Night’s Dream” is well suited for young thespians; whether they can read or not, they certainly can appreciate midnight revelry amongst fairies in a magical wood.