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Teton County Job Board for Displaced Employees

COVID-19 has forced businesses to change in ways no one could have foreseen Many businesses have had to lay-off or furlough employees and some businesses have had to hire MORE employees. The following is a resource for both individuals seeking employment, as well as businesses seeking employees…

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How to #SHOPLOCALJH

Now, more than ever, support your neighbor, your friend, your colleague and #SHOPLOCALJH JUNE 2020 IS 307 FIRST MONTH Read this proclamation from Town of Jackson Mayor, Pete Muldoon declaring June 2020 as 307 First Month. The proclamation shares the Town of Jackson’s commitment to supporting the…

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Meet the Residents: Jackson Hole’s Wildlife

America's Serengeti is home to abundant wildlife encounters...sometimes right in your driveway. By Frederick Reimers Last winter, one of my Instagram shots finally went viral. My feed is your typical Jackson Hole gallery: mountain bike rides in Cache Creek, photos of my friends trenching deep powder…

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Jackson Hole Lodging Options During the Corona Virus

In response to COVID-19 the Jackson Hole Lodging community has taken measures to ensure the safety of our community. Some properties are remaining open with lodging only as there is demand for this essential overnight service. The Chamber of Commerce has audited the Jackson Hole Lodging Community to…

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Shari Brownfield Fine Art: #humansofjhchamber

I sat down with one of the hippest professionals in Jackson Hole’s art scene – Shari Brownfield. We met at her new project space in the “Wort cabin,” better known to many as the small, cute cabin next-door to Trio. Shari’s eye for art was apparent from the moment I opened the door. She has…

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Visitor Update: COVID-19

Jackson Hole and Teton County Visitor Information Please note, now through September 4th, 2021, face masks must be worn in Teton County, including the city of Jackson, indoors and where social distancing cannot be ensured. Are you thinking of heading to Jackson Hole? Jackson is in high demand, and…

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Businesses Tips: Move forward, and Create Something Positive.

Tips for businesses moving forward by Chamber of Commerce Vice President, Rick Howe In my experience as a business professional as well as my training with the US Chamber of Commerce Institute for Organization Management Program, I can tell you that the best way to get through challenging times is…

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Leadership Wyoming 2021 Applications are open!

Maureen Murphy, a longtime Chamber Employee, and program participator, tells her Leadership Wyoming experience and why you should apply yourself. Just a little over a year ago, I was applying to be in this year's class of Leadership Wyoming. The application process for the class of 2021 is once…

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Challenges in Rural Health Care: What’s at Stake for Wyoming

March BOB Recap: St. John's updates and what's to come for Jackson's future health. With a recent transition to "St. John's Health", ever-growing conversations with regional, national, and international health concerns, and updates from nearby case studies of rural community hospitals and medical…

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