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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.

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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.

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A Wilson company called Mia Share that provides custom tuition solutions for trade and technical schools won the judges’ vote and audience vote Tuesday night at Pitch Day, an annual Silicon Couloir competition for entrepreneurs.

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The remains of Lance Cpl. Rylee McCollum, the Jackson native and U.S. Marine who was killed in Afghanistan on Aug. 26 in a terrorist attack, touched down at Jackson Hole Airport at 4:07 p.m. Friday.

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Southern Teton Area Rapid Transit’s plan for microtransit service for the eastern part of the town of Jackson took a step with the board’s selection of Downtowner LLC as its preferred vendor.

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Monday is Labor Day, and most local, state and federal government offices will be closed, along with Teton County Library, schools, banks and post offices.

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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.

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Masks are once again required in a handful of Teton County buildings around town, but the face coverings are not required in the county’s administrative hub at 200 S. Willow St.

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Wyoming’s congressional delegation is unanimously opposed to both infrastructure bills advancing through Congress, citing costs and the inclusion of what they deemed “far-left” policies in the two packages that total over $4.5 trillion if passed.