2020 saw shifts in almost every aspect of life in Teton County, and that was reflected in what ended up in our waste stream.
As the Joe Biden administration takes over, it’s unclear how future environmental policies and trends toward renewables will impact local utility companies that have historically depended on fossil fuels.
Legal scholar and former FBI agent Michael German offers sage advice for combatting right-wing militia groups in the West.
Several government entities are involved in this plan, which aims to pass more water from Jackson’s sewage plant through enhanced and reconstructed wetlands. The project is currently in its permitting phase.
New rules around oil and gas development in Colorado go into effect in January. And two counties in the Front Range have radically different ideas of what local control means.
Hole Food Rescue’s No Cost Grocery Program addresses food insecurity, food waste, and climate change all at once. Could this be a model for eradicating hunger?
Pete Muldoon reflects on four years as Mayor of Jackson.
Senator Cynthia Lummis condemns violence, objects to Pennsylvania election results anyway.
Across Colorado, oil and gas companies pay taxes that fund countless public services. So, what does it mean for a local government if those revenue streams become more unstable?