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Bidders, art aficionados and lookie-loos spilled out of the white auction tent Saturday morning as the auctioneer pushed the crowd to keep raising its bid paddles.

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The Wyoming Game and Fish Department on Monday released new details about the fatal mauling of hunting guide Mark Uptain last weekend, including that bear spray was deployed.

A 40-hour training course for community interpreters is returning to Jackson the week of Oct. 10, according to a release from One22.

Buck Milligan, reigning Junior Chopped Grand Champion, and Jesse Rezin, Executive Chef at The Kitchen, will go knife to knife at the final Farmers Market next weekend.

School board member Joe Larrow is dropping out of the race, narrowing the field to five candidates now vying for a seat on the Teton County School District No. 1 Board of Trustees.

Art fans and potential buyers peruse artwork on display Friday afternoon during the first session of the 12th annual Jackson Hole Art Auction at the Center for the Arts. Saturday’s session will include auctioning a Norman Rockwell painting estimated to be worth $1 million to $1.5 million.

You have one more chance to donate to your favorite nonprofit during the Old Bill’s giving season. Though the Fun Run for Charities is over, the giving season lasts until 5 p.m. Friday. Go to CFJacksonHole.org to donate.

August 2018 may go down as the busiest month in the Jackson Hole Airport’s 50-year history, judging by the number of people who stepped onto commercial jets.

Grand Teton National Park visitors are used to this statement: Moose-Wilson Road is closed.

Hootenanny regulars sing “Sweet Wyoming Home” to close out the annual Hootenanny at The Center on Monday evening. Pick up this week’s Jackson Hole News&Guide for a full story on the tribute concert to the late John Byrne Cooke.

An organization whose charge will be to support the Bridger-Teton National Forest has made its first hire and is in the earliest phases of assembling.

You look at it every day. The green trees in summer, the manicured ski runs in winter.

The school district, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and county commissioners are hammering out the details of an agreement to facilitate a land swap for a potential new school site at Stilson Ranch, at the intersection of Highways 22 and 390.

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