Officials may have to start looking for home placements outside Jackson Hole if they don’t enlist more local families soon.
Many longtime locals living on fixed incomes may qualify to receive a refund of up to 50% of their annual property tax bill.
Four Corners K-9 Search and Rescue is the latest organization helping Native families find missing loved ones.
KHOL talked with the board chair of the local Good Samaritan Mission about the value of transitional housing, the current scale of homelessness in Teton County and their proposal for new infrastructure on Deloney Ave.
The founder of Vista Counseling will be among the first Latinas to help govern the critical local philanthropic organization.
KHOL interviewed High Country News reporter Lyndsey Gilpin about the leaked “Voices Tour Report,” which sheds new light on workplace issues within the National Park Service.
KHOL interviewed the authors of a recent WyoFile and Wyoming Public Media investigation about how stronger military leadership and the state legislature can help victims of workplace harm within the Guard.
Miss the headlines this week? Learn more about fire danger, federal efforts to expand pay for firefighters and access to telehealth services.
Superintendent Frank No Runner of St. Stephens Indian School discusses how the generational trauma of former boarding schools continues to affect Indigenous students today.