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People hoping for more medical coverage for new mothers received good news Wednesday when a bill to prolong postpartum coverage for those on Medicaid cleared the House floor of the Wyoming Legislature, 34-28.

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Online records included in the Teton County GIS will go offline Feb. 12 and be publicly inaccessible for an “undetermined amount of time,” the county announced Tuesday in a press release.

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A former Jackson resident died in Ukraine Thursday, making him the seventh American to die in that conflict.

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The Astoria Bridge in Hoback reopened Friday to one-vehicle traffic. There is a weight limit of 10,000 pounds and a maximum height of 8 feet 4 inches. The bridge has been closed since Dec. 8, 2022, after a semi-trailer that exceeded the height limit hit the bridge. Traffic to the homes and a…

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CHEYENNE — Wyoming voters could very well see greater restrictions around crossover voting in coming elections after a committee advanced two bills on Monday that would narrow the time frame when people could jump from one party to another.

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The Presbyterian Church of Jackson Hole and American Red Cross set up an overnight shelter for those who remained without power Sunday evening, after Teton County officials earlier in the day alerted residents of outages caused by a failed transformer.

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Teton Pass is scheduled to close at 2 p.m. today for avalanche mitigation. As of noon, there will be no parking at the summit of the Pass and Coal Creek.

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A controversial advocacy group from Jackson invited all legislators to a “Save the Teton County Fairgrounds and Rodeo” reception Tuesday evening at the Little America Hotel in Cheyenne in an increasingly common political maneuver to shift local disputes to the Wyoming Legislature.

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A controversial advocacy group from Jackson invited all legislators to a “Save the Teton County Fairgrounds and Rodeo” reception Tuesday evening at the Little America Hotel in Cheyenne in an increasingly common political maneuver to shift local disputes to the Wyoming Legislature.

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The new Teton County School District No. 1 Board of Trustees has drafted a letter to the Jackson Town Council and mayor asking that the Gregory Lane specific purpose excise tax project approved in 2019 start “immediately.”

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Teton County lawmakers have convened in Cheyenne to work on issues such as property tax relief, abortion access and state land use, but they will do so in a Wyoming Legislature deeply divided between conservatives and ultra-conservatives.

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Monday was Crista Valentino’s first day as interim executive director of the Travel & Tourism Board, which spends lodging tax funds to market and manage the region’s No. 1 industry.

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In a draft letter, Teton County officials are not opposing the Wyoming Department of Transportation’s request to use federal land as temporary worker housing for bridge and roadwork farther north in Teton County.

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Teton County Parks and Recreation crews will be grooming trails with a snowmobile pulling a groomer this week after the department’s PistenBully broke down Saturday morning mid-way through grooming operations, according to a county news release.

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The Travel and Tourism Board delayed a vote Friday to appoint an interim executive director in order to take more time to rewrite a draft contract and narrow the job description.

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After street crews repaired potholes in the early morning hours, the town of Jackson reopened South Millward Street between West Hansen Avenue and West Kelly Avenue.