(Jackson, Wyo.) – In recognition of Diabetes Awareness Month, St. John’s Diabetes Education will hold a type 2 diabetes screening on Tomorrow, November 10 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
(Jackson, Wyo.) – Yesterday, Snake River Brewing canned the first batch of Pakitos, the brewery’s new session IPA beer.
(Jackson, Wyo.) – With colder, winter-like weather settling into the Jackson Hole valley, wildlife managers expect to see an increase in movement of elk from summer to winter range lands. This seasonal migration may increase current hunting opportunities on the National Elk Refuge.
Pokes Fall to Fort Lewis in Exhibition
(Teton County, Wyo.) – The US Army Corps of Engineers will be replacing a culvert across the levee on Monday November 9 through Wednesday November 11. As a result, Walton Levee and Emily’s Pond, as well as the road will be closed to the public during this time.
The search for a new University of Wyoming president has moved to the next stage, as the first committee involved in the search has approved a list of semifinalists to advance to the second search committee.
LARAMIE, Wyo. – Colorado State scored three touchdowns and one field goal on the first four times they touched the ball Saturday at War Memorial Stadium and won the battle for the Bronze Boot for the third consecutive year 26-7 in front of 18,682. The Rams (4-5 and 2-3 in the MW) scored 17 first quarter points and broke the game open early. Wyoming (1-9, 1-4 in the MW) had a another sub-par offensive game. The Pokes’ avoided a shutout with a late touchdown with only 2:25 left in the game on a four-yard run by Brian Hill.
University of Wyoming geoscientists have discovered that the underground water-holding capacity of mountain watersheds may be controlled by stresses in the earth’s crust. The results, which may have important ramifications for understanding streamflow and aquifer systems in upland watersheds, appears Oct. 30 in Science, one of the world’s leading scientific journals.
(Jackson, Wyo.) – Looking for something to do today around Teton County? Here is what’s happening:
(Jackson, Wyo.) – St. John’s Medical Center will offer flu shot clinic at the St. John’s Family Health and Urgent Care in the Smith’s Plaza today, November 7 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
(Jackson, Wyo.) – The Jackson Hole High School Broncs fell to Green River 24-15 in last night’s 3A state semifinal game in Jackson.
(Jackson, Wyo.) – Last night, the Northern Lights were visible over Jackson and Grand Teton National Park.
It’s no secret that Wyoming is known for its outdoor recreation, and statewide there have been recent efforts to improve the way people get around in their own communities. And now, the University of Wyoming has joined the club: the League of American Bicyclists has recognized UW as a Bicycle Friendly University.
(Jackson, Wyoming) – Here is what’s happening around the county today:
(Jackson, Wyo.) – Today, the Jackson Hole Children’s Museum celebrated their 4th birthday with free entry as well as arts and crafts, storytime and a birthday cake at noon.
(Ashton, Idaho) – On November 5 at 5:26 p.m., Idaho State Police investigated a crash on U.S. Highway 20 near milepost 375, approximately 14 miles north of Ashton, Idaho.
In what many consider a blow to the energy industry, President Barack Obama announced that his administration would block the Canada to Mexico Keystone XL Pipeline. While the pipeline would not have come through Wyoming, it could potentially have played a role in more quickly moving Wyoming-drilled crude elsewhere.
(Jackson, Wyo.) – Today, the National Museum of Wildlife Art offered a sneak peek at its newest exhibit, “Wyoming Grasslands: Photographs by Michael P. Berman and William S. Sutton,” for the community to interact directly with the curator and learn a little bit more about the exhibit.
(Jackson, Wyo.) – For the second time in Jackson’s history, the third quarter of 2015 closed without a single family home listed for sale for less than $500,000.