• Local Officials Save Moose Tangled in Hammock

    Buckrail- This past weekend, one bull moose got himself in a bit of a tangle, but thanks to the quick response by wildlife officials, was able to make it out OK. On Sunday morning, Teton County […]

  • WY Game & Fish investigates bear attack

    Buckrail- Wyoming Game and Fish Department (WGFD) officials are currently investigating a bear attack that occurred in the Bridger-Teton National Forest this morning. Earlier today, WGFD Bear Specialist Brian Debolt confirmed that it appeared a man was attacked […]

  • Flagg Ranch survives fire

    Jackson Hole Daily, Mike Koshmrl-  An out-of-control wildfire came right up to the edge of structures at Flagg Ranch on Sunday and spotted within the developed area, but firefighters were able to save all buildings […]

  • Winds whip up fire, close road

    Jackson Hole Daily, Mike Koshmrl and Mark Huffman-  Gusting afternoon winds blew up the Berry Fire on Sunday, forcing evacuations and the second closure of Highway 89/191. Winds gusted up to 40 mph in the […]

  • Grizzly bear relocated

    JACKSON -The Wyoming Game and Fish Department trapped and relocated a sub-adult male grizzly bear on September 7, 2016. The bear was captured for damaging apple trees on private land and frequenting developed areas in […]

  • Be Mindful of Bears & Moose

    JACKSON – Wyoming Game and Fish officials are asking residents to do their part to avoid conflicts with wildlife in residential areas this fall, particularly moose and bears. The Jackson Game and Fish office typically […]

  • Area Fires Continue to Burn Despite Cooler Temps

    Buckrail- Several fires continue to burn in Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks. The Berry Fire in Grand Teton National Park is currently burning 14,551 acres. The local Teton Interagency Fire Type 3 Incident Management Team has been […]

  • New wildfires sparked

    Jackson Hole Daily, Mike Koshmrl- Temperatures are markedly cooler and rain showers have been passing over northwest Wyoming, but along with the friendly weather for firefighting has come lightning strikes that have set new areas […]

  • Expert: Wild animals and people can coexist

    Jackson Hole News & Guide, Erika Dahlby- When Kim Titchener last spoke in the Yukon about coexisting with wildlife, families and communities were up in arms about a grizzly and her cubs that were visiting a […]

  • Guest blogpost from Frank Daly

    My name is Frank Daly. I am working on a project for my fifth grade year at Journeys School of Teton Science Schools. I have lived in Jackson Hole my whole life, and for my […]