The Jackson Town Council will convene Monday evening for its first meeting since March 15.
Wyoming Tribune Eagle Managing Editor Brian Martin will hold a two-part online discussion about the book “Them: Why We Hate Each Other — And How to Heal” by Republican Nebraska Sen. Ben Sasse, part of an effort to address deep political divisions in the United States.
Warm temperatures over the past two weeks have melted much of the snowpack from the valley floor, forcing organizers of the annual Pole Pedal Paddle race to cancel the Nordic ski leg in favor of a longer run.
Use those bins while you can, folks. Teton County Integrated Solid Waste and Recycling will temporarily suspend recycling in Teton County from April 22 to 26 to allow for upgrades to the electrical system and baler at the Recycling Center.
As the Wyoming Legislature nears the end of its general session, many bills that could have impacted Teton County have failed — taxes, mostly, but also bills about health care, highways and sales of public lands.
Why Jackson Hole Mountain Resort’s short-lived Gaper Day fire started is unknown, but an errant firework may have been the reason.
The town of Jackson has wastewater capacity for the Gill family’s proposed 26-acre development in northern South Park.
Jacksonites accustomed to using Snow King Avenue in the areas of the Teton County Fairgrounds and Snow King Mountain Resort as a through route will need to find an alternate route as the 44th annual World Championship Snowmobile Hill Climb comes to town the latter half of this week.
The Teton County Library board opted to hire a consultant to help with its search for a new library director after it became clear it had lost the opportunity to reuse the recruitment firm that found former head Oscar Gittemeier.
Much to the pleasure of Councilor Jim Rooks — or any thrill-seeker who likes to see snowmobilers do backflips — the Jackson Town Council voted Monday to allow the freestyle snowmobiling event that normally accompanies the World Championship Snowmobile Hill Climb to go on again this year.
After “jumping through what at times seemed an endless number of hoops,” the Town of Jackson was able to secure CARES Act funds for seven local agencies and organizations, wrote Community Engagement Specialist Susan Scarlata in an email.
The Jackson Town Council has a busy day Monday, with back-to-back workshop and regular meetings in which they will take up several issues of interest.
Senate File 157, the bill that brought the Gill family’s fight to develop its 26 acres in northern South Park to the Wyoming Legislature, advanced Thursday.
Town and county officials examining their budgets for the coming fiscal year have begun to discuss who should steer the valley’s transit agency.
When AJ Swentosky, his wife and two young children went looking for a home to buy, what they found in their price range — a 700-square-foot abode with two bedrooms and one bath — was “going to be tight.”
The Jackson Town Council will hear staff reports and potentially take action at a specially called workshop Monday on a few items that have shown to be of high interest to Jackson residents.
A legislative committee voted 5-0 to advance a bill that could limit Wyoming municipalities’ authority over municipal utilities after hearing testimony from Jackson landowner Nikki Gill.
Town of Jackson staff last week discussed plans to alter four downtown intersections on and near the Town Square to better accommodate foot traffic and comply with federal ADA requirements. Interested members of the public joined in the online meeting.
Food entrepreneurs who hope to sell their goods to restaurants, farmers markets and other institutions can now learn about the best food safety practices at the University of Wyoming Extension’s upcoming training sessions, happening from March 2 to March 4.
The Jackson Town Council will be busy Monday with both an afternoon Joint Information Meeting with county commissioners and its regular council meeting in the evening.
A faulty underground cable cut power to some 300 Jackson customers for a couple hours on Wednesday and stranded skiers on Snow King Mountain Resort lifts for a chilly 15 to 20 minutes.
Dail Barbour’s lawsuit against the Teton County Board of County Commissioners — which removed her from her position on the library board without notice and behind closed doors in November — can proceed.
Teton County has passed a resolution affirming the “values of diversity, equity and inclusion” and declaring the county as a whole a “hate free zone.”
The Jackson Town Council at its meeting last week heard some uplifting news about where the town’s budget stands up to this point in the fiscal year, as well as positive projections through the end of FY2021, which runs through June 30.
Teton County intends to spend roughly $5.5 million to purchase commercial space for a forthcoming project, but the purpose is to be determined.
Dail Barbour is arguing that her lawsuit against the County Commission, which removed her from the library board without notice and behind closed doors, has a right to be heard.
The Town of Jackson is waiving late fees for business license renewals until Feb. 28, after the town changed to only notifying businesses of the need to renew by email this year, rather than mailed paper renewal notifications.
During a two-day retreat last week, Jackson Town councilors began to set priorities for the coming fiscal year, learned about personality styles and how to communicate and interact effectively, and heard from department heads, most of whom said that operations were at full capacity with very…