Commissioners questioned the logic of keeping county salaries flat amid the economic downturn Tuesday, ultimately settling to hold off on regular increases for employees for now.
There was a loose plan for Wyoming Legislature’s special session: Lawmakers would consider, amend and pass four bills, ideally getting Gov. Mark Gordon’s signature soon after.
UPDATE, 10:30 a.m. Thursday: Governor Mark Gordon's roll back of statewide health orders will stand in Teton County.
Twenty-six million: more than half of Teton County’s $44 million or so 2020 general fund budge and $9 million more than the revenue generated (in a non-COVID year) by a penny of sales tax.
Teton County’s two state representatives running to keep their seats will both be legislating much closer to the November election than usual.
Governor Mark Gordon is allowing a legally toothless statewide directive to expire Friday that asked people traveling to Wyoming from out of state to self-quarantine for 14 days.
As town officials begin to understand how the coronavirus outbreak and its associated economic downturn will affect government coffers, they are focusing on two major areas of concern: a decrease in revenue and the need to use rainy day funds.
Teton County Director of Health Jodie Pond had no heartburn about county commissioners including a request for more health department funding in a letter to Gov. Mark Gordon about another topic.
If you're a planning guru ready to get comfy with a sheaf of redlined county code, grab a glass of red wine and get ready to dig in.
The Tribal Trail Connector takes another step forward as the county works to pin down what capital projects to prioritize in the coming years.
UPDATE, 12:25 p.m. May 2: State Health Officer Dr. Alexia Harrist has signed the latest iteration of Teton County's more restrictive variance to state health orders.
Jackson Hole Rotary Lunch Club will hold a spring clean up this week, maintaining a longstanding community tradition despite the cancellation of the Recycling Center’s usual springtime involvement.
People looking to get involved with the government without working for it or running for elected office can apply this month to five different volunteer boards.
In a change to plans announced earlier this week, the Teton Pass summit parking lot will close, with strict enforcement starting Friday.
There will be no metal in the Tetons this year: Fire in the Mountains, the valley’s outdoor metal fest, has been postponed until 2021.
As Teton County begins looking toward a phased reopening, two groups are pursuing separate strategies to test people for COVID-19 antibodies despite a dearth of knowledge about the ability of those antibodies to protect against reinfection.
Peter Long threw his hat in the electoral ring Monday, becoming the third hopeful to vie for one of two Teton County Board of County Commissioners seats up for election.