More than 100 people gathered this week to join what may prove to be the genesis of Jackson Hole’s first widespread climate advocacy movement.
After about three years of back and forth between Jackson Hole Golf and Tennis and the resort’s neighbors, county commissioners gave both parties something to work with. But the split decision Tuesday put a plan for employee housing in jeopardy.
Gun rights advocates took over the southwest corner of Town Square on Monday, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, showing support for the thousands of demonstrators who rallied outside the Virginia Capitol building that morning.
Five Jackson Hole Fire/EMS paramedics and emergency medical technicians were stranded in Idaho on Monday and Tuesday during emergency trips to Idaho Falls. The high-and-dry first responders were just one casualty of a winter storm cycle that has inundated the Tetons and Jackson Hole the past…
When Rob Davies was given his first job in the United States Air Force, it was a simple one: providing a four-star general with a daily weather briefing.
A former Democratic presidential candidate, who now resides in Teton Village, has announced he will make a second bid for the White House in 2020.
Tacking on one extra noise-focused condition, the Teton County Board of County Commissioners approved Fire in the Mountains’ special event permit, overturning the county administrator’s original decision.
Throughout the restoration of the Sweetwater Restaurant, any time developer John Holland visited the site passersby would pause to admire the century-old log cabin and recall memories of it over the decades.
After five years the consensus is that the plan charting the future of transportation in Jackson Hole has been neglected, with the town’s most senior planner going so far as to say that “transportation has not been a priority.”
Although the county administrator has denied the special events permit for the 2020 metal festival Fire in the Mountains, Teton County Commissioners will have the final say.
The owners of The Virginian plan to redevelop the property into what could be the largest housing project in Jackson’s history, potentially giving an unprecedented boost to housing stock.
Jackson Hole officials recently signed a pledge committing them to work toward carbon neutrality within the next decade, but with a caveat: They want to pair the symbolic gesture with concrete steps to curb the region’s emissions.
After a nine-month hiatus the Town Council is back to examining Snow King’s master plan, and public interest in the subject hasn’t waned.