The COVID-19 dashboard has become a part of residents’ daily digital diets, but it raises as many questions as it answers. Is a lack of data fueling controversy in the community?
Research on endangered Colorado River fish is back on in the Grand Canyon after a three-month pause this spring because of the pandemic. Here’s how this work is linked to climate change, tribal water and upcoming negotiations on the river’s future.
As COVID-19 cases continue to climb in Teton County, some employees, business owners worry for their safety and their jobs.
After nearly three weeks and a spike in infection rates, state health officer Dr. Alexia Harrist has approved a countywide mask mandate.
Teton County School District’s board of trustees approved a multi-tiered roadmap for reopening schools, but questions of safety remain.
Higher infection rates among this group could lead to a dramatic COVID-19 resurgence in the valley.
Activists are largely encouraged by the move, but is it enough to implement structural change?
In the absence of an approved countywide measure, the council rushed to enact a face mask ordinance ahead of the busy holiday weekend.
Mayor Muldoon: Time is slipping away to enact a mask mandate as travelers pour in from across the nation.