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Courtesy of Jackson Hole News and Guide

Town plans to buy or force sale of landslide property

The town of Jackson wants to stabilize a hillside where a slow-moving landslide destroyed a house this spring and threatened others, and will seek to force a sale if they can't negotiate a purchase price with the owners.

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Jackson landslide stabilization to begin in 2015

Work will begin next spring on a project to permanently stabilize a slow-moving landslide that has been affecting a neighborhood in Jackson.

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Engineer warns of winter's effect on Jackson slide

An engineer is warning that the effects of winter could speed up a slow-moving landslide in Jackson.

Jackson issues evacuation order

Hillside still on the move in Jackson

The unstable hillside in Jackson is continuing to slide slowly.

Possibly 1 to 2 inches of hillside movement each day

Luke Jones, KIFI/KIDK

Most Jackson residents return to homes

Most residents evacuated due to a slow-moving landslide in the Wyoming resort town of Jackson are being allowed to return to their homes.

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Courtesy of Bradly J. Boner/Jackson Hole News & Guide

Hillside Complex to reopen as landslide slows

Some residents and businesses evacuated in the Budge Drive landslide will be able to return Wednesday.

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Wyoming governor says Jackson could get financial aid

Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead toured the site of the Jackson hill slide Monday morning.

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PHOTOS: Gov. Mead tours Jackson landslide

On April 28, 2014, Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead took a look at the damage caused by the Gros Ventre Butte landslide in Jackson. These photos courtesy of Bradly J. Boner of the Jackson Hole News & Guide.


Click here to see more of livestream video of the Budge Drive slide provided by the Town of Jackson.
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