Jackson officials wrangle with how to oppose the sale, while others set the stage for a lengthy battle to let the National Park Service acquire it.
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Pro-Palestine supporters held a rally in Jackson over the weekend, discussing the Israel-Hamas War with residents.
A new law took effect this summer requiring Idahoans to prove both identity and residency when registering to vote.
Town officials are split on the next course of action in multi-modal transportation options.
Citing staffing shortages, signs point people to the other postal location on Maple Way for retail services.
Jackson law enforcement are investigating a rise of suspected summer drink spikings while bars wrestle with how to curb the alleged assaults.
In a statement, Jay Kemmerer said it was of “utmost importance … that the next ownership maintains the integrity and character of the mountain.”
But director Chuck Sams said more needs to be done to support park employees.