Vaccinations for teachers and school support staff influenced a board decision to double in-person learning for secondary students starting in April.
A rise in luxury sales drove a construction boom last year, but also exacerbated Jackson’s affordable housing shortage.
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department completed its third round of moose captures for GPS collaring in the Snake River Bridge area last week.
Newly sworn-in Jackson Chief of Police Michelle Weber discusses her priorities for the department.
Colorado’s Northern Front Range has been out of compliance with federal ozone standards since 2012. Air monitoring shows that emissions from the oil industry are significantly contributing to bad air quality.
Residents of a tiny, unincorporated coal town on Colorado’s Western Slope are pitted against billionaire mine owner Bill Koch in a fight for clean drinking water.
High Country News Reporter Discusses Second-home Owners’ Attempt to Influence Election in Gunnison County, Colorado
KVNF’s Gavin Dahl interviews Nick Bowlin of High Country News about his article, “When COVID hit, a Colorado county kicked out second-home owners. They hit back.”
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.