The Teton County Board of County Commissioners split 3-2 Monday morning over signing an agreement to purchase two lots directly east of the county’s administrative hub for $3.8 million.
The historic homes that formerly served as St. John’s Hospital nurses’ quarters at 157 and 165 N. Glenwood St. adjacent to an ongoing upscale condo development still have life.
Former Jackson Mayor Sara Flitner has been named the 2021 Wyoming Woman Entrepreneur of the Year by the Wyoming Council for Women, which highlighted her science-based approach to her work with Flitner Strategies and Becoming Jackson Whole, a nonprofit she recently founded.
Landowners and some county commissioners want to see a better explanation of financial assumptions used by consultants to draft preliminary options for building anywhere from 100 to more than 2,000 homes in northern South Park.
Town and county officials are running a survey intended to gather information about housing needs in Teton and northern Lincoln counties, as well as Teton County, Idaho.
An online form that people could use to report possible violations of Teton County’s mask order was taken down this week after people trolled the form.
The Jackson Town Council on Tuesday gave its blessing to a slightly altered version of the Fall Arts Festival with COVID-19 considerations in mind, as well as a couple of additional tweaks to the originally presented application.
As an alternative to demolition, Teton County will consider Tuesday whether to allow people from Jackson and Bondurant to remove and resite two old cabins near the confluence of the Hoback and Snake Rivers.
Acknowledging “a concerning uptick in [COVID-19] cases in the valley,” the Chabad Jewish Center of Jackson Hole will offer multiple Rosh Hashanah services today and Wednesday, including an outdoor service at Miller Park at 5:30 p.m. today.
The Teton County Board of County Commissioners voted 3-2 Thursday morning to extend Teton District Health Officer Dr. Travis Riddell’s mask mandate through the end of 2021.
The Teton County Board of County Commissioners is set to consider today whether to expand a mask mandate in the unincorporated areas of the county past Saturday, the date Teton District Health Officer Travis Riddell’s current mask order is set to expire.
Teton County has joined federal land managers like Grand Teton National Park and the Bridger-Teton National Forest in lifting fire restrictions.
Three days after an online fundraiser was started, donations to assist the family of Rylee McCollum — the Jackson native and U.S. Marine who was killed in Afghanistan — have reached nearly $500,000.
As local kids return to school, the town of Jackson and Jackson Police Department are urging motorists to exercise extra caution and be on alert.
The Wyoming Department of Transportation is set to host an open house Wednesday evening, giving people the opportunity to comment on its plans for a new truck arrestor near Wilson, the Snake River Bridge replacement, a Tribal Trail Connector and a Highway 22 expansion, among other projects.
Climate activist Lisa Widdekind was disappointed but not dissuaded by the lack of officials present Thursday at Jackson Lake Lodge.
The Jackson Town Council awarded liquor licenses at a special meeting Tuesday to three businesses competing among 22 applicants seeking permission to sell alcohol.
More than 20 people virtually attended the first “Chat with Council Members” via Zoom on Wednesday, with residents discussing issues important to them with Mayor Hailey Morton Levinson and Vice Mayor Arne Jorgensen.
An equipment failure near Lunch Counter rapid in the Snake River Canyon caused Sunday’s widespread power outage, Lower Valley Energy spokesman Brian Tanabe told the Jackson Hole Daily.
Community members are leaning towards moderate density options for building housing in northern South Park based on a cursory review of public feedback following a series of presentations Thursday.
The Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum is looking for public input on designs for a new campus to be built at the southeast corner of the historic Van Vleck Block.
Town councilors will consider 22 applications for liquor licenses, with the public having opportunities to weigh in on the applications today and Tuesday.
Lower Valley Energy was investigating the cause of a power outage Sunday that impacted businesses and homes stretching from Wilson to southern Jackson to Bondurant.
Hoback Junction South Road, southeast of Hoback Junction off Highway 89, will turn into a one-lane roadway from Monday until around mid-October.
Possible options for developing housing in northern South Park will be unveiled today, after a planning process that has taken months and at times has inspired heated debate in the Jackson Hole community.
The Jackson Town Council and Teton County Board of County Commissioners have been meeting virtually, and they will continue doing so because of the spread of COVID-19 in the valley.
Building a new truck arrestor near Wilson, replacing the Snake River Bridge and expanding Highway 22 will all be on the agenda in the coming months when the Wyoming Department of Transportation holds open houses about projects the department is working on now or planning to start in the next…
START Bus is running a survey about its current transfer hub at Miller Park to get community input on where to place a more permanent transfer hub in downtown Jackson.
The fates of public lands near Kelly, south of Teton Village, on East Gros Ventre Butte and at the north part of Munger Mountain are up for discussion this week.
When it comes to recreation, public agencies are trying something new this year. On Tuesday and Wednesday, officials will be answering questions about a long list of projects that could impact park users, climbers, river runners, downtown Jacksonites, and residents of more far flung neighbor…
The Jackson Town Council this week took the first step in enacting and clearing up several housing-related ordinances, including at least one related to Dreamers’ — or recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program — eligibility to purchase homes through the town and county…
The Jackson Hole Daily’s sister publication, the Jackson Hole News&Guide, took home 15 awards from the 2021 National Newspaper Association contest, including five first-place finishes.