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Teton County police report increase in reports of fraudulent calls

December 5, 2023

By Kate Ready Jackson Hole Daily Via- Wyoming News Exchange JACKSON — For the third year in a row, law enforcement saw an increase in fraud calls from Jackson Hole residents. Since Jan. 1, Teton County dispatch has received 199... Read More

WYDOT receives $24.3 million federal grant for Kemmerer wildlife crossing project

December 5, 2023

CHEYENNE – In a victory for transportation safety and wildlife, the Wyoming Department of Transportation will receive a $24.3 million federal grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation to complete a wildlife crossing project south of Kemmerer. The grant will... Read More

Jeremy Best appears shirtless in court; documents detail gruesome new details in murder case

December 4, 2023

This story courtesy of It is used with permission.  This story contains details that may be difficult to read –    VICTOR – A man accused of murdering his wife and her unborn baby appeared shirtless in court via... Read More

State officials: Auction Kelly parcel – with $80 million minimum

December 4, 2023

By Billy Arnold Jackson Hole Daily Via- Wyoming News Exchange JACKSON — The price tag should be a minimum of $80 million for the Kelly parcel, which the Office of State Lands and Investments is formally recommending Wyoming elected officials... Read More

Bear Lake area crash claims life of Montpelier Woman

December 4, 2023

A Sunday evening crash on US30 has claimed the life of a Montpelier woman. The incident took place at roughly 7:47 p.m. near milepost 417, about 5 miles north of Georgetown. Idaho State Police reports that a 2013 Chevrolet Impala,... Read More

‘Baby Zeke’ found dead; father Jeremy Best taken into custody

December 2, 2023

VICTOR — Zeke Gregory Best, the 10-month-old son of Jeremy Best, was found by hunters Saturday morning. He was dead. His father, Jeremy Best, who is accused of killing his pregnant wife and kidnapping Zeke, has been taken into custody,... Read More

Man on the run with baby was walking around store naked hours before wife was found dead

December 1, 2023

This story courtesy of It is used here with permission. Follow them for the latest on this news story. –  SWAN VALLEY — A man accused of kidnapping his 10-month-old son walked into a store naked Thursday and was... Read More

Adassa to Perform at “A BYU-Idaho Christmas”

December 1, 2023

• Disney film star, Adassa, will be featured in “A BYU-Idaho Christmas.” The performance will take place on Saturday, December 2, at 7:30 p.m. in the BYU-Idaho Center. Brigham Young University-Idaho’s Center Stage is pleased to announce the featured guest... Read More

State slashes Rocky Mountain Power’s controversial rate hike

December 1, 2023

  •Final figures are still being calculated, but the Wyoming Public Service Commission announced plans to reduce the utility’s rate hike by nearly half. By Dustin Bleizeffer, Rocky Mountain Power won’t get the full $140.2 million annual rate hike... Read More

Yellowstone is the classroom for the Cokeville sixth grade

December 1, 2023

  • Studies include all aspects of the iconic national park. By Jan Moody SVI Media “We’re on our way to Yellowstone” was the cry of Mr. Hatch’s Sixth Grade Class on Monday, November 6. This trip has been a... Read More

Amber Alert issued for missing baby from Victor abducted by homicide suspect

December 1, 2023

The following story is courtesy of It is used here with permission –  VICTOR — A woman is dead and an Amber Alert has been issued for a baby boy “believed to be in imminent danger” who was abducted... Read More

TerraPower and Uranium Energy Corp Announce MOU to Collaborate on Domestic Uranium Fuel Supply for the Natrium Reactor

November 30, 2023

This is a news release from TerraPower –  TerraPower and Uranium Energy Corp (NYSE American: UEC, the “Company” or “UEC”) announced today a memorandum of understanding (“MOU”) with objectives of reestablishing domestic supply chains of uranium fuel. This MOU will allow TerraPower and... Read More

Cowgirls respond late to hand BYU first loss, 86-74

November 29, 2023

  • Cowgirls Respond Late to Hang on Against BYU, 86-74 UW ends game on 23-10 run after BYU takes a late lead The Wyoming Cowgirls led for most of the contest Tuesday night and then withstood a BYU rally... Read More

UW’s Cent$ible Nutrition Program Earns National Recognition as Part of Multi-State Effort to Combat Food Insecurity

November 27, 2023

As part of a multi-state team, the University of Wyoming Extension’s Cent$ible Nutrition Program (CNP) recently earned national recognition for its efforts to connect people facing food insecurity with local produce. In collaboration with USDA Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education... Read More

Teton County tax revenue took hit from historic Yellowstone floods

November 27, 2023

  By Jasmine Hall  Jackson Hole Daily Via- Wyoming News Exchange JACKSON — After experiencing record sales and use tax collections last fiscal year, Teton County was the only county in the state to see a decline in 2023. The... Read More

Agencies, group at odds over planned removal of wild horses

November 27, 2023

By Zak Sonntag Casper Star-Tribune Via- Wyoming News Exchange CASPER — The McCullough Peaks wild horse herd is famously photogenic. It’s known for robust mares and stallions with a rich diversity of coat colorings, from pinto and palomino to blue... Read More

A lot of bear: Yellowstone grizzly weighs in at near-record 712 pounds

November 27, 2023

• Coming out of a verdant summer, Wyoming bears were in good shape. One grizzly tipped the scales just three pounds shy of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem’s top mark.   By Mike Koshmrl, Rotund, plump, hefty — go ahead... Read More

Attempt to supersede local control over state land leases curtailed

November 25, 2023

By Jasmine Hall  Jackson Hole Daily Via- Wyoming News Exchange JACKSON — A draft bill criticized for attempting to take away local control over leases on state lands failed to gain traction among lawmakers this week. It was killed in... Read More

Judge rules targeted development on state land in Teton County is constitutional

November 25, 2023

The ruling weighs on the county’s ability to enforce water-quality, building and fire-code regulations at a glamping operation under construction on state school trust land.   By Angus M. Thuermer Jr., WyoFile A controversial law that required the state to seek... Read More

LC Sheriff’s Office announces new Inmate Communications System

November 22, 2023

The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office is planning to implement a new inmate communication system for the Detention Center. Lincoln County Sheriff Shane Johnson says there are several companies that manufacture communications for inmates. He says they had a company for... Read More