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Bundles of color swelled into vibrant banners as citizens unfurled their flags under the clock tower outside Jackson’s Town Hall.

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On Monday, Snow King Mountain Resort submitted sweeping amendments to its master plan, including a request to land a gondola in Phil Baux Park, giving town and Bridger-Teton National Forest officials a long list of proposed developments to vet.

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START picks fare system

The bid to provide START with a new electronic fare system went to software company RouteMatch at Monday’s Town Council meeting.

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The new bike lanes along Snow King Avenue not only represent a visual change for users but also call for cyclists to change long-standing behavior, according to Pathways Coordinator Brian Schilling.

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Jackson Hole citizens cannot engage in the political process if they don’t know when and where officials are meeting. The following listing includes town, county and state meetings coming up in Teton County. Agendas are subject to change right up until meetings start. For complete and up-to-…

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The town and county have finalized new policies that significantly change how developers are asked to pay for or provide housing for employees generated by a new project.

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Drivers on Highway 390 may notice crews clearing the shoulders this week as the Wyoming Department of Transportation begins resurfacing the road, from Highway 22 to the entrance to Grand Teton National Park.

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Jeremiah Feicht and his family have been ousted from their rentals three times in the past 20 months. Each time, landlords either sold the house or decided to move back in.

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The developer behind a failed proposal to build 69 housing units at the Bar J Chuckwagon is taking Teton County — and a group of West Bank neighbors — to federal court, seeking $14 million in damages.

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Though early voting began last week for the Aug. 21 primary election, Teton County residents willing to restrain their civic passion will have the chance to hear from candidates in person.

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Snow King Mountain Resort has released a calendar outlining the next steps it will take in working with officials to determine the future of the Town Hill, starting with sending the town an amended master plan in the next few days.

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Jackson Hole citizens cannot engage in the political process if they don’t know when and where officials are meeting. The following listing includes town, county and state meetings scheduled in Teton County in the coming week. Agendas are subject to change right up until meetings start. For …

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One22 successfully matched a $100,000 challenge grant last month, according to a release from the nonprofit.

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After an hour of emotional testimony in support and condemnations from religious and Republican leaders, the Jackson Town Council reaffirmed its unanimous support Monday for an LGBTQ discrimination ban without a moment’s hesitation.

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Snow King Estates residents who have been unable to reach their homes by vehicle for most of each weekday will be instructed to park on Redmond Street while water main upgrades continue into the fall and next summer.

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START picks fare system

The bid to provide START with a new electronic fare system went to software company RouteMatch at Monday’s Town Council meeting.

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Lodging tax up for vote in Nov.

It’s official: voters this fall will decide whether to re-impose the 2 percent lodging tax in November. County commissioners voted unanimously Tuesday to place a ballot measure to renew the tax on this year’s general election ballot.

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Jackson Hole citizens cannot engage in the political process if they don’t know when and where officials are meeting. The following listing includes town, county and state meetings scheduled in Teton County in the coming week. Agendas are subject to change right up until meetings start. For …