While 2021 didn’t allow for all of the in-person activities people associate with Old Bill’s Fun Run, it did provide for yet another record-breaking year for the fundraiser, with nearly $20 million donated for local nonprofits.
More than 200 people signed a letter sent to Teton County to call for completing a pathway from Wilson to Stilson by 2022 — or, at the latest, the spring of 2023.
Jackson town councilors and Teton County commissioners will resume deliberations today on the planned expansion of the Rec Center, which currently faces a more than $9 million cost overrun as presently planned.
A Teton County commissioner who opposed the majority of the board’s decision to instate a mask mandate in Jackson Hole through December is now trying to lift it.
County commissioners agreed unanimously Tuesday to pay Brookhurst Construction and Development $275,000 to move a historic home that contains the first electric generator used in Teton County.
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.
A Jackson nonprofit that serves people with disabilities has received an anonymous $500,000 donation and is looking to raise another half million dollars.
The deadline to apply for positions on volunteer boards that deal with housing, public transportation, planning, and waste and recycling has been extended to Nov. 1.
The Jackson Hole Travel and Tourism Board has approved a $200,000 annual contract for Kathryn Brackenridge to serve as its executive director, raising eyebrows from some people concerned with how the contract was awarded.
County commissioners in Wyoming and Idaho are officially collaborating to understand how Grand Targhee’s proposed expansion will affect communities on the west side of Teton Pass.
The Jackson Town Council took the first of three required votes Monday to formalize its policies about excused or unexcused absences from council meetings and also when a vacancy occurs in elected office.
The town of Jackson wants a person to fill the new job of “Ecosystem Administrator,” a post overseeing the “stewardship” of the town’s side of aspects of the key values in Jackson’s and Teton County’s Comprehensive Plan.
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…
Public comments on a proposal for a new 7,500-square-foot visitor center at the northern edge of downtown Jackson are due Wednesday.
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 …
Teton County Coroner Dr. Brent Blue is in talks with his lawyer and plans to negotiate with St. John’s Health after he returns from a family trip to Italy.
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 …
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.
In Chris Colligan’s view, it’s simply not OK that Grizzly Bear 399 can travel through developed parts of Jackson Hole and gorge herself on garbage legally left on the curb outside the confines of a bear-proof container.
Jackson town councilors and town staff at a special Monday workshop deliberated the formalization of numerous rules guiding the conduct of the council’s proceedings, including what has recently become a hot-button issue: absences from meetings and the process by which they are excused or unexcused.
Some Jackson Hole residents might be represented by a Sublette County Republican after legislative districts are redrawn this winter.
At a special workshop today, the Jackson Town Council will discuss “council rules and procedures and vacancies in elected office,” among other items.
Jackson Hole Fire/EMS increased its total number of full-time paramedics to 18 with the recent graduation of three of its firefighters from a rigorous paramedic training program.
The Jackson Town Council this past week agreed to renew its contract with WW Productions LLC for another five years, and in the process received a hefty check from WW Productions for the past year.
Harriet Hageman hardly mentioned U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney or former President Donald Trump when she addressed a crowd of Teton County conservatives Wednesday.
The chance to build large-scale workforce housing on ranchland is no longer possible in Jackson Hole, where the real estate market has high demand for high-end homes with distance between neighbors, according to a majority of members on a committee advising the county.
The historic former St. John’s nurses quarters on North Glenwood Street still have life, but that lifespan now has a drop-dead date. At least, unless or until the buildings are moved to another location.
In 2019 voters approved $22 million in special purpose excise tax funds to pay for a large-scale expansion of the Rec Center operated by the Jackson/Teton County Parks and Recreation Department.
The Wyoming Legislature’s Joint Revenue Committee will again take up a real estate transfer tax, but this time the committee will draft the bill.
In the first roller coaster of the 2022 election season, Harriet Hageman’s Wednesday meet-and-greet with Teton County residents has been moved.
A mask order-related dust up has prompted Teton County commissioners to clarify when the public can comment at their weekly meetings.
The Town of Jackson will be improving the alley entrance to Teton County’s administrative building on Willow Street. While the alley is blocked, motorists should access the county parking lot via 270 E. Simpson and 235 E. Hansen avenues. Both temporary routes are intended for one-way traffic…
County commissioners will take public comment Tuesday on plans for a revegetation and parks project just north of Cattleman’s Bridge.
The pending expansion of the valley’s recreation center may cost about $9 million more than expected.
Teton County and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort appear to have found common ground on when public involvement is necessary to master planning the Stilson area.
Angel Gallardo was smiling Monday as his children played peek-a-boo in the courtyard outside of his two-bedroom apartment at Blair Place Apartments.