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100 Days Until Totality! 5 Days Left – Information Line Announced from TetonEclipse.com

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Teton Solar Eclipse Information Line

Jackson, WY, August 14, 2017 – The 2017 total solar eclipse will pass through Teton County in one week, and local agencies continue to partner and prepare in anticipation of thousands of visitors and eclipse-chasers.

Extensive information related to eye safety, fire prevention and safety, viewing areas, and much more can be found at www.tetoneclipse.com. In addition to this online resource, the Teton Solar Eclipse Information Line will be available for inquiries and non-emergency related matters.
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100 Days Until Totality! 6 Days Left – Eclipse Operating Hours: Teton County Integrated Solid Waste and Recycling from TetonEclipse.com

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Via: Teton County Integrated Solid Waste & Recycling
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Mari Allan Hanna, Teton County Integrated Solid Waste & Recycling
mahanna@tetonwyo.org
307-733-7678
ISWR Eclipse Operations FINALHours of Operations

Eclipse Operating Hours: Teton County Integrated Solid Waste and Recycling Jackson, Wyo., July 20, 2017 – Please note that Teton County is advising community members to avoid unnecessary travel and use of County services on and around the August 21st solar eclipse event. Residents are advised to: 1.
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100 Days Until Totality! 7 Days Left – Eclipse Tips One Week Out: Empty & Fill from TetonEclipse.com

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Reminder for everyone prepping on this fine Sunday in the Tetons – one week in advance of the Total Solar Eclipse. The following schedule goes great with this handy checklist and other tips straight from the Survival Guide!

ISWR Eclipse Operation Hours

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Carrie Bell
Teton County Integrated Solid Waste & Recycling
cbell@tetonwyo.org
307-733-7678

Eclipse Operating Hours: Teton County Integrated Solid Waste and Recycling

Jackson, Wyo., August 4, 2017 ­– Please note that Teton County is advising community members to avoid unnecessary travel and use of County services on and around the August 21st solar eclipse event.
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100 Days Until Totality! – 8 Days Left – Tips for Businesses from Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce

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As locals may already know, Teton Eclipse is dedicated to coordinating a safe and enjoyable time for residents and visitors during the days surrounding the eclipse. Civil duty and deliverance of the core mission to streamline emergency and community service functions for less impact from the anticipated surge of visitors means the focus really is on safety. Consult County/Town Eclipse Business Engagement Policy here.

Thankfully, the Town and County have a wonderful partner in servicing the business community during this once-in-a-lifetime circumstance.
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100 Days Until Totality! 9 Days Left – START Bus Announces Expanded Service During Eclipse from TetonEclipse.com

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“We are trying to encourage alternative modes of transportation during this unprecedented event in Jackson,” said Darren Brugmann, Start Bus Director. “We’d love to see more residents and visitors riding buses and taking advantage of the new START Bike program.”

In an effort to sway residents and visitors to utilize alternative modes of transportation during the eclipse, START Bus will be waiving all busfares for all routes on Monday, August 21.

START Bus will also be offering an additional morning commuter service for both Teton Valley and Star Valley as well as 5 extra bus runs from Jackson to Teton Village on August 21.
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100 Days Until Totality! 10 Days Left – George Takei’s Reminder About Eye Safety from NASA.gov

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Get stoked! We’re only days away from the ultimate Astronomical event of the year! The town of Jackson has been working hard to prepare for the influx of visitors and eclipse watchers. Soon, the hard work and preparation will pay off as we enter into the 2 minutes of totality that we’ve been waiting for. NASA just realized a fun, short video previewing the spectacular events of the upcoming solar eclipse. Take a look and enjoy totality!
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