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In the wake of Grizzly 399 and her four cubs’ October visits to southern populated stretches of Teton County — and the deaths of other bears that got into garbage — the town and county are both discussing ways to keep bears and people safe in the valley.

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Acting on a citizens’ initiative brought forward last year regarding an ordinance viewed by some as discriminatory and an opportunity for landlords to take advantage of workforce tenants, the Jackson staff and Town Council considered new language in relevant Land Development Regulations to r…

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Jackson town councilors expressed strong support for the latest version of what has been called a “real estate transfer tax” — now rebranded as a “real estate sales tax,” perhaps in an effort to overcome any past stigma attached to the tax — at a recent council workshop where they discussed …

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Jackson town councilors on Monday will examine and deliberate a wide range of issues at their afternoon and evening meetings. Those matters will range from the first reading of ordinances governing council rules and meeting absences, to a general job description for an ecosystem stewardship …

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Expanded parking at Grand Targhee Resort, a contest to name Snow King Mountain’s new lift, and anticipated road and runway construction were hot topics at Wednesday’s fall business luncheon.

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The Ski and Gear Swap returns to the Heritage Arena this Saturday with an in-person opportunity to grab new and used boots, boards, helmets, poles, goggles and other winter appurtenances.

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Teton County Library’s latest Swap Meet series kicks off this week, offering people the opportunity to meet after hours at the library to talk to local elected officials about big issues, using thought-provoking articles as the starting point.

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Here are some government and volunteer board meetings being held in Teton County in the coming weeks. Town and county meetings can be viewed virtually at JacksonWY.gov and TetonCountyWY.gov.

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The southernmost portions of the Snow King ballfield and the playground area of Phil Baux Park will be closed Saturday mornings until late morning or early afternoon for safety reasons related to helicopter activity.