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Photographer: PRICE CHAMBERS/JACKSON HOLE DAILY
Douglas Garcia shovels wet and sticky snow Tuesday morning from the deck at the Anvil Motel on North Cache. "It came early this year," Garcia said. "I like snow."
Dozens of people are scrambling to find a place to live before the end of the month because an impending hotel development means their trailer park is slated to be demolished.
Bridger-Teton National Forest officials are one step away from reauthorizing elk feeding on 91 acres of forestland in the Gros Ventre River drainage.