The Jackson Town Council today will take up a number of important issues, including resuming deliberations about a large development at Pearl Avenue and Cache Street downtown where the Ranch Inn has hosted guests for years.
Adding a new twist to planning for housing in northern South Park, the Gill family is working on what could be the largest land donation ever in Teton County for affordable housing.
For those Jacksonites whose dogs might have become a bit nervous amidst the booms of Thursday morning’s avy bombs on Snow King Mountain, rest assured it was for a valid purpose.
Draft development plans for the area south of High School Road are close to being publicly unveiled, and the development area is starting to be scaled back.
Teton County voters have a long history of embracing Specific Purpose Excise Tax — SPET — initiatives to pay for projects ranging from the library expansion to housing to the new Sage Living center for seniors.
The Jackson Cupboard and its local parent nonprofit, One22 Resource Center, continued to work frantically Thursday to pivot to a new location and resume normal services after an upstairs pipe burst Tuesday afternoon, causing extensive flood damage to the organization’s first-floor leased are…
State Highway 22 over Teton Pass will be closed at noon today for avalanche mitigation, the Wyoming Department of Transportation said.
With Jackson Hole and much of the Mountain West now firmly entrenched in winter and the accompanying cold and snow, experts warn people to be prepared when outdoors and aware of signs that hypothermia may be setting in.
Amid ongoing criticism of books about sex and gender in Wyoming public libraries, Teton County Library is implementing a new anti-censorship policy that supports librarians’ right to keep disputed titles on shelves.
UPDATE: 7 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 30: Lower Valley Energy and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort operations staff worked through the night to successfully restore power by Thursday morning, according to Jackson Hole spokesman Eric Seymour. The resort is planning to open all lifts by 9 a.m.
With snow grooming season underway, Friends of Pathways is looking to drum up $10,000 for its 2021-22 Cache Creek Winter Program with a crowdfunding campaign on GoFundMe.com.
Teton County has once again approved Jackson Hole Mountain Resort’s plan to allow winter employees to park in a Teton Village lot that has attracted controversy for years.
Teton County’s push to require bear-proof trash cans countywide sputtered last week after technical issues derailed the planning commissioners’ hearing on the proposed regulations.
Today the Jackson Town Council will continue their extensive discussion regarding future funding of local government under two possible scenarios: one, status quo, and two, adding prioritized funding for services on top of those already provided by the town.
For about a week, Jackson Hole Fire/EMS Chief Brady Hansen hasn’t been feeling so good about getting fire trucks into the Snake River Sporting Club.
A real estate transfer tax is on the table this legislative session, sponsored for the first time by the Wyoming Legislature’s Joint Revenue Committee.
This week, residents of the greater Teton area will be able to ask some key players in the proposed expansion of Grand Targhee Resort questions about the process, and the resort’s plans.
Jason Dewey has been busy — this time wiring Swinging Bridge in the Hog Island area for a display of holiday lighting.
The Teton County Board of County Commissioners will reconsider Monday its 3-2 vote against putting public dollars toward a rental assistance program that would have been administered by the nonprofit One22.
Three finalists for the START Bus transit director position were brought to Jackson last week, when they were interviewed by town staff, met with various other stakeholders and had an opportunity to participate in a meet-and-greet “community reception” at the Wort Hotel.
County commissioners declined Monday to sign a letter to the Wyoming Department of Transportation that would have seen Teton County agree to the state transportation agency’s plans for some improvements along the Wilson-to-Stilson corridor.
Ryan Sedgeley doesn’t think it makes sense that Yellowstone National Park residents vote in two different Wyoming House districts and two different Wyoming Senate districts.
Select members of Gov. Mark Gordon’s “Strike Team” convened Friday afternoon for a virtual town hall discussion on the state’s approach to considering proposals and distributing the more-than $1.6 billion in federal funds the state is receiving through the American Rescue Plan Act.
Skinny Skis’ 22nd Annual Avalanche Awareness Night — which doubles as both an informational session and a fundraiser for the Bridger-Teton Avalanche Center and Teton County Search and Rescue — will have a new look this year, going virtual for the first time due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort’s plans to use a contested lot in Teton Village for employee parking ran afoul of some Teton County planning commissioners Monday night.
Looking at making the move to a bigger, more comfortable mattress? Now you won’t have to just scrap your old mattress and box spring.
The town of Jackson is accepting applications for a newly formed, seven-member Equity Task Force, focused on equity and inclusion strategies and on helping to strengthen connections among the many segments of the community, according to Susan Scarlata, the town’s community engagement specialist.
Teton County says the Blair Place Apartments fire Sunday was accidental, and fire officials believe it was probably started by a gas grill.
In a Wednesday letter to the Jackson Town Council, local nonprofit ShelterJH called for the town to impose an emergency moratorium on new development and building permits for one year, “or until the Town updates its zoning standards to incentivize and regulate the production of homes that lo…
Gov. Mark Gordon has signed the sole bill to emerge from the Wyoming Legislature’s special session intended to fight the Biden administration’s federal COVID-19 vaccine mandate.