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With paving projects underway, Grand Teton National Park advises visitors to expect intermittent delays and closures over the next few weeks.

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The Jackson Town Council will have two relatively light meetings today, following months of intense and lengthy meetings in which they deliberated specific purpose excise tax, or SPET, applications and large downtown developments, among other items.

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Teton County residents can weigh in on how the state transportation department will spend over $100 million on revamping roads and bridges over the next six years. The proposed funding also covers transit projects and airport equipment.

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Three GOP candidates for Wyoming superintendent of public instruction and one for secretary of state discussed topics including critical race theory and statewide teacher shortages during a forum Tuesday hosted by the Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce and Rotary Lunch Club.

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The Travel and Tourism Board deflated some criticism when they voted Thursday to move forward with a $180,000 website development proposal from a local agency, TMBR, with an optional $45,000 more a year for hosting and licensing. 

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The Teton County Fairgrounds Grassy Arena is closed for the next two weeks in preparation for the 66th Annual Teton County Fair, which runs from July 23 to July 31.

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Snow King Mountain Resort has posted an online map showing people where they can safely hike up the mountain amid ongoing construction. But resort officials say those designated routes will change as the season goes on.

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Clerk of District Court Anne Sutton is encouraging Teton County residents to apply for their passports six months before international travel.

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Have you experienced this yet? You’re stuck in your car, trying to get home from Jackson in the afternoon or get to work in Jackson in the morning, on Highway 22, and you notice a bike rider is moving faster than you on an adjacent path?

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Whether water quality in Hoback should be defined as a crisis or an emerging crisis was the topic of much debate at Wednesday’s Republican candidate forum for Teton County Commissioner.

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About 220 residents from Wilson and the surrounding neighborhood are asking county commissioners to help them nix plans for a truck arrestor in a location they say is unsafe and unattractive.

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About 150 Jackson Republicans posted up with popcorn and crimson “Harriet” hats in the Teton County Fair Building on Tuesday to hear from Wyoming congressional candidate Harriet Hageman and her most recent prominent supporter, Donald Trump Jr.

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Construction on Moose-Wilson Road in Grand Teton National Park will be paused for several weeks “due to supply chain [issues], staffing shortages and an overwhelmed construction industry locally,” the park said in a news release.

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This article updates an online-only report from Thursday about the Housing Department’s second quarter rental report. — Eds.

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As many as 26 homes on 12,000-square-foot lots can now legally be built for critical service providers in the Horse Creek neighborhood near Hoback.

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As the first step in its 2022 strategic planning process, Teton County Library is asking the community to help write the library’s next chapter.

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At least 10 Rafter J residents want to revisit Teton County commissioners’ decision to allow apartments in Legacy Lodge.

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State officials on Thursday approved proposals for an 800-unit storage facility and 11-unit glamping operation on state trust land near Teton Village, sidelining a last-ditch effort by the Snake River Ranch and other people and groups in Teton County to persuade the officials to go in a diff…