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Federal shutdown hits Jackson Hole

Buy Now A motorhome is turned away at Grand Teton National Park's Moose Entrance Station during the fall 2013 federal government shutdown. The Trump administration has instructed parks to remain more accessible in the event of a 2018 shutdown. BRADLY J. BONER / NEWS&GUIDE FIL Hundreds of Jackson Hol


ICE detains 'targeted individuals' in Jackson

Two men are being held for Immigration & Customs Enforcement on federal warrants in the Teton County Jail. Federal agents picked up Leonardo Melendez-Vazquez, 39, and Armando Garcia-Neria, 42, Tuesday night and Wednesday morning for felony reentry, according to the Teton County Sheriff's Office. "Wh


Police identify suspect in bomb threats

Two days after threatening to blow up St. John's Medical Center, Albertsons and the Bank of Jackson Hole, police said the same suspect threatened to attack the Wort Hotel, too. "He said he had just thrown a bomb into the hotel and they needed to evacuate," Jackson Police Lt. Roger Schultz said. The


Patagonia's Worn Wear rolls into the village

Patagonia's Worn Wear Trailer is parked at the base of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort this weekend. From noon to 5 p.m. through Sunday, people can swing by to get their clothing and outerwear repaired or learn how to do it themselves.COURTESY PHOTO You'll notice something new underneath the Aerial Tr


Jackson: The Geneva of America

The seeds for the Jackson Hole Center for Global Affairs were planted at the base of the Tetons in 1967 while David Wendt and his future wife, Olivia Meigs, worked in Jackson's dude ranching community. Their lifelong partnership blossomed that summer when the two were employed at the White Grass Ran


State wants Radda off Stearns case

Buy Now Forest Stearns and his attorney, Dick Mulligan, right, arrive Sept. 20 at the Teton County Courthouse for a hearing to set the terms of his release. After hearing arguments Judge James Radda allowed Stearns to keep his animals during adjudication of the animal cruelty case filed against him.


Smits announces treasurer run for open seat

Katie Smits has announced her run for Teton County treasurer for 2018. Smits has worked in the Teton County Treasurer's Office as the financial accountant for almost two years, she said, and has been in governmental and nonprofit accounting for more than two decades. Still, she said she isn't new to


Jackson women prep to march once again

Almost a year ago, on Jan. 23, 2017, hundreds of people marched through the streets of Jackson and gathered on Town Square for the inaugural Women's March. Christie Koriakin was one of them. She showed up with a few friends and someone handed her a "pussy hat" and a poster. "It was really inspiring,


Driver trapped after 18-wheeler crash dies at hospital

SAN ANTONIO - A truck driver died after his big rig collided with another 18-wheeler on the Southwest Side early Saturday. The accident happened around 12:30 a.m. Saturday on the 12,300 block of Somerset. Police say an 18-wheeler loaded with powdered cement was traveling northbound when a southbound


Counselors on hand at Devine HS following student's self-harm attempt, superintendent says

DEVINE, Texas - The Devine Independent School District is providing counselors to its high school students after a student committed an act of self-harm at the school Thursday morning, DIHS Superintendent Scott Sostarich said. The incident happened on campus and the student was taken by medical hel


Chargers snap two-game skid, defeat Medina Valley

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Lake management remains under scrutiny

Medina Lake area residents and other stakeholders were updated about ongoing action to protect the 104-year-old lake during a Jan. 8 meeting. The Lake Medina Conservation Society and Save Medina Lake presented the update during their annual Membership Meeting at the Lakehills Civic Center. Save Medi


Lady Chargers open 2nd round with win

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Atascosa County economy off to a great start for 2018

Publisher Sales tax figures for the first month of 2018 looked bright across Texas, with Atascosa County seeing a 100.81 percent increase over last year. Atascosa County saw a net payment this period of $583,891 compared to prior year's check of $290,786. Atascosa County outpaced sister counties of


West, Ybarra are featured artists at El Progreso

El Progreso Memorial Library director Mendell Morgan has announced Bea Ybarra and Delores West as dual artists of the month for January and February. Work by both women - Ybarra of Uvalde and West of Sabinal - is currently on display, and both have been honored as artist of the month several times p

THE UVALDE LEADER-NEWS - 2018-01-21 11:00:17

Four arrested on multiple charges

On Wednesday, Jan. 10, officers with the Pleasanton Police Department arrested four individuals on multiple charges stemming from a traffic stop conducted at Johnson and Main streets in Pleasanton. The driver, Justin Balderaz, age 26, was pulled over for failing to stop at a stop sign. Balderaz stop


Body of missing Bryan man found in College Station

COLLEGE STATION, Texas- Police confirm the body of a missing Bryan man was found over the weekend. Authorities said the body of 24-year-old Randy Roblyer was found on Saturday near the area where his vehicle was found last week in College Station. Bryan Police said Randy took his own life, but canno

KAGSTV.COM - 2018-01-21 22:33:34

College Station Police Investigating Saturday Night Shooting

A woman escaped life threatening injuries after being shot at a College Station apartment complex Saturday night. Lt. Craig Anderson says the woman spoke with detectives at a local hospital about what happened at The Marc apartments at Harvey and George Bush East. The woman is now in a Houston hos

WTAW.COM - 2018-01-22 16:32:09

Shooting at The Marc leaves one woman injured, College Station police say

A woman was injured Saturday evening after a shooting at a College Station apartment complex. According to College Station police, authorities were dispatched to The Marc apartments at 505 Harvey Road around 6:30 p.m. on the report of a shooting. Authorities say a woman was shot inside her apartment

BRYAN COLLEGE STATION EAGLE - 2018-01-21 06:00:00

College Station arrested for sexual assault of a child

COLLEGE STATION, Tex. (KBTX) - A College Station man was arrested Friday for sexually assaulting a child earlier this month. 36-year-old Charles Williams is accused of assaulting an underage girl at a home in College Station. According to reports, she told police about the incident. She had taking s

KBTX.COM - 2018-01-21 06:37:00