The gravel portion of Spring Gulch Road may be paved as soon as next summer.
Similar to many for-profit businesses, Teton County Library is struggling to maintain standard hours due to a worker shortage.
Prices are set to start at $325,000 for one-bedroom units in the forthcoming 30-apartment complex that broke ground Wednesday at 105 Mercill Ave.
Jackson Mayor Hailey Morton Levinson joined Jackson/Teton County Housing Director April Norton and about 30 others Wednesday to celebrate the groundbreaking of a West Kelly Avenue project that will result in 12 deed-restricted homes for the valley's workforce.
The Jackson Town Council, after last Monday’s Memorial Day holiday, will again have three consecutive meetings Monday, deliberating such varied topics as the town’s fiscal year budget to the return of the Shootout on the Town Square, which was a casualty of the coronavirus pandemic in 2020.
The vast majority of the 240 businesses surveyed by the Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce said housing difficulties are underpinning their struggle to find workers.
Despite a stream of public comment from water quality advocates urging the Teton County Board of County Commissioners to hire a water quality expert, a majority of the board is sticking to its guns.
Anyone with unused or expired medications, of any type, can drop them off for safe disposal at the Take Back Jackson event on Thursday.
The end of May was rainy in Teton County, but that isn’t expected to change the federal drought forecast for the area and a potentially busy fire season.
The Jackson Town Council continues to make progress toward finalizing the town’s budget, with health and human services funding — named as a priority by multiple councilors for the upcoming fiscal year during COVID-19 recovery — among the items apparently locked in.
The Wyoming Department of Transportation, Teton County and its residents have been debating what speed is right for a stretch of Highway 22. On Thursday, WYDOT announced a number that’s higher than the county’s ask but lower than what the state agency recommended this spring.
Foster Friess, a part-time Jackson resident, legendary investor, philanthropist and political insider, died Thursday at his home in Scottsdale, Arizona. He was 81.
Some people are concerned about kids putting the proverbial pedal to the metal on e-bikes, and officials are looking to do something about it before school ends for the year.
The Jackson Town Council will continue to hammer out budget issues, both for town-only and joint town-county budgets, in two separate afternoon meetings today.
Drivers planning to take Highway 22 across the Snake River Bridge during the day on Tuesday and Wednesday should be prepared for delays.
The Jackson Town Council this week joined the Teton County Board of County Commissioners in voting to approve a resolution banning commercial scenic air tours.
County commissioners moved Monday to cut the Teton County Sheriff’s Office overtime budgets in half, but the board members said they will consider allocating the department additional funds for speed patrols.
After Teton County offered more time for people to weigh in on a pending redesign of downtown Wilson, today, May 17, is the last day for people to comment online.
The Jackson Town Council will again have its hands full with three meetings lasting the bulk of Monday, with items ranging from the town’s budget to the Rancher Street corridor project to planned Hotel Jackson expansion and development, among other items.
In a call with Wyoming reporters on Thursday, Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., had her eyes on the GOP taking back the U.S. House of Representatives and advocated for “rebuilding” rather than leaving the party.
Some described it as a tragedy. Others said it was somewhat justified. And others said they didn’t like Liz Cheney much, but they also didn’t like what happened to her.
Jackson/Teton County Affordable Housing Department Director April Norton and staff are making another run at building an affordable rental housing development at 400 W. Snow King Ave. after a developer chosen last year was unable to secure low-income housing tax credits.
County commissioners intend to fully fund budget requests from Teton County nonprofits that provide senior care, shelter for teens in crisis and subsidized mental health care, among other services.
As with all things in the COVID-19 pandemic, the Teton County Board of County Commissioners’ in-person presence in their meeting chambers has ebbed and flowed.
The SPET-funded Rec Center expansion may move forward again with changes that could address some concerns that halted the process roughly a year ago.
A town and county report says that a key metric tracking what percentage of the workforce is living locally seems to have plateaued around 59%.
April Norton, director of the Jackson/Teton County Housing Department, wants to spend $13 million to build homes and expand housing programs in the upcoming fiscal year.
Jackson Hole’s cost of living is putting up a roadblock for Teton County nonprofits that provide senior care, shelter for teens in crisis and subsidized mental health care, among other services.
The Jackson Town Council will take up several key issues when they meet twice Monday, including a request for a northern South Park sewer and water connection, a contract for a housing nexus study, and a Snow King Avenue affordable housing development.
The dispatch center that responds to 911 calls in Teton County is close to being fully staffed at the start of budget season.