Jackson Hole News&Guide - County Town

This week in town and county news ...

Find out why July was a record month for trash in Teton County. Also, learn more about what's next now that the community has saved the historic Cafe Genevieve block, and dive deep in a debate over how much Teton Village should pay for START bus service. — Allie and Cody

Mission accomplished: Jackson Hole saved the block

It’s official: Jackson Hole saved the block. Read more

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Teton County trash soars, smashing decade-old record

In July, after years of gradually building back to pre-recession trash levels, Teton County broke the 2008 record for the most waste generated in a single month. Read more

START Bus seeks route feedback

START Bus personnel are looking for feedback as the transit agency embarks on a process to reexamine its routes. Read more

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Funding available for commercial energy audits

Utility cooperative Lower Valley Energy is providing grant money for businesses to audit their energy use and, ideally, find ways to be more efficient. Read more

Campaign succeeds to save downtown Jackson block

Kendall Blake, a seasonal worker in Jackson this summer, grew up in Park City, Utah. Those roots, she said, are what compelled her to donat… Read more

Free old national park cabin draws dozens of inquiries

It wasn’t until the Facebook post advertising a “free historic log cabin” that the calls started pouring in. Read more

Brooks Lake Lodge fire started in fireplace

A July 28 fire that damaged the historic Brooks Lake Lodge started because an ember escaped the fireplace, state fire investigator Eric Siw… Read more

START Bus seeks route feedback

START Bus personnel are looking for feedback as the transit agency embarks on a process to reexamine its routes. Read more

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