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Participants, coaches, teachers and spectators cheer and watch as Special Olympics athletes compete Friday in the Fall Games’ first event, a 1K bike race, hosted at the High School Recreation Complex. The athletes participated in multiple individual competitions including cycling, soccer and bocce.

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A cyclist rides down the pathway along the National Elk Refuge on Thursday afternoon as a light snowfall dusts the valley. The valley received its first snowfall this week. However, the weekend forecast calls for warmer weather with highs in the 50s and sun.

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There’s no way to quit Andrew Munz’s witty and poignant observations. A purveyor of truth, Munz returns to the Jackson stage tonight, as well as Saturday and Sunday, to take audiences on a journey of something new, queer and comical.

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Longtime resident John Bland died Oct. 2 following a battle with cancer. He was 70. A celebration of life will be at 3 p.m. today at the Elks Lodge.

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Autumn’s display of colors continues to dazzle throughout the valley, but recent cool and breezy weather will expedite the leaves’ journey from their branches to the ground.

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A rainbow brightens the overcast sky above Maple Way as the sun emerges Thursday afternoon during a rain storm. More rain is forecast for Tuesday, and the valley could see its first snowfall of the season Thursday.

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The family of Roger Strout would like to invite friends to a memorial service at St. John’s Episcopal Church at 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 16. Strout died Aug. 24 in Jackson. He was 77.

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In this file photo, Andrew and Crystal Rigby, of Sun Valley, Idaho, take a look at a pair of skis at the Jackson Hole Ski and Snowboard Club’s 2017 Ski Swap. The annual swap raises money for the club and offers locals an opportunity to make money by selling their old gear.

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Kyrie Griffith, 2, wanders into the pumpkin patch with her family during Saturday’s Jackson Elementary School pumpkin sale. The school’s parent-teacher organization hosts the sale every October, using the proceeds for things like field trips for students. This was the 44th annual pumpkin sale.

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A cold front is likely to turn into the first substantial snowfall of the season next week across the Northern Rocky Mountains, including in Teton County.

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The Teton County Trash Transfer Station will be closed on Monday, Oct. 11, due to Bonneville County, Idaho’s closure of the landfill in observance of Columbus Day. The Recycling Center will be open for regular hours from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 11. The Trash Transfer Station will re…

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Services for Geraldine “Dine” Webster Dellenback will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 9, at St. John’s Episcopal Church. Dellenback died Sept. 15.

Autumn’s display of colors continues to dazzle throughout the valley, but recent cool and breezy weather will expedite the leaves’ journey from their branches to the ground.

A rainbow brightens the overcast sky above Maple Way as the sun emerges Thursday afternoon during a rain storm. More rain is forecast for Tuesday, and the valley could see its first snowfall of the season Thursday.

The family of Roger Strout would like to invite friends to a memorial service at St. John’s Episcopal Church at 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 16. Strout died Aug. 24 in Jackson. He was 77.

A cold front is likely to turn into the first substantial snowfall of the season next week across the Northern Rocky Mountains, including in Teton County.

The Teton County Trash Transfer Station will be closed on Monday, Oct. 11, due to Bonneville County, Idaho’s closure of the landfill in observance of Columbus Day. The Recycling Center will be open for regular hours from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 11. The Trash Transfer Station will re…

Services for Geraldine “Dine” Webster Dellenback will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 9, at St. John’s Episcopal Church. Dellenback died Sept. 15.

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan County School District 2 Board of Trustees responded to calls for board members to either voluntarily resign or be recalled, with board members unanimously approving a motion at their meeting Monday to reject petitions filed by a concerned group of citizens.

Dr. Travis Riddell, a physician with Jackson Pediatrics who serves as the Teton District health officer, was named Citizen of the Year at the Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce’s 56th annual awards.

Longtime Jackson resident Clyde Mason died Sept. 30. He was 78. His family will host a celebration of life from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 22. There will be no funeral services. A full obituary is expected in an upcoming issue of the Jackson Hole News&Guide.

Pedestrians take in the view of the National Elk Refuge on Thursday from the Sculpture Trail at the National Museum of Wildlife Art. The three-quarter-mile Sculpture Trail, which opened in 2012 and currently features almost 30 art installations, was designed by award-winning landscape archit…

Pedestrians on the Snake River bridge head toward Emily Stevens Park on Thursday afternoon. Autumn weather has arrived in the valley, with dropping temperatures and a mix of rain and snow in the forecast.

A service will be held for Geraldine “Dine” Webster Dellenback at 1 p.m. Saturday. Dellenback died Sept. 15.

Seasonal favorite Halloween Headquarters opened its doors for 2021 on Saturday in the Sands Whitewater building, on South Highway 89 across from the Smith’s Plaza, offering everything from colorful wigs and gory makeup to full-body costumes, funky accessories and spooky household decorations.

Colter Schroth, 2, reaches up to the backhoe parked behind the Elkhorn Trading Post on Friday where his father, Ian Schroth, the owner of the Elkhorn, is working on the construction of a new RV park in Bondurant. As the toddler excitedly ran around the machine, Elena Schroth, Colter’s mother…

Adi Wetzler, 14, is lifted into the air Wednesday evening at the Powder Puff football game, part of Jackson Hole High School’s Homecoming Week. JHHS football players, who coached the girls teams, hoisted Wetzler after he asked a Powder Puff player to Homecoming in front of the crowd at Willi…

While the National Museum of Wildlife Art’s annual Western Visions Show and Sale is one of the premier events of the recently concluded Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival, it isn’t completely over quite yet.

Golden leaves on aspens surround the Bircher barn on the Chapman Ranch on Monday morning west of Wilson. See the Valley section of today’s Jackson Hole News&Guide for more photographs of autumn splendor.

Jeff Allen, of Solon, Iowa, paints a Teton scene from Spread Creek Road on Thursday in Grand Teton National Park. Allen is president of the Iowa Plein Air Painters and said he was on a two-week road trip painting throughout the West.

The inexorable, indomitable, indefatigable Infamous Stringdusters are back on the road, crossing the country on their first full tour since COVID-19 shut down live entertainment venues in March 2020, and taking a rambling route on their way to Jackson Hole’s Center for the Arts for a Nov. 17 show.

Finn Cameron on saxophone and Emmett Kyle on guitar, both 11, jam after band practice Tuesday afternoon at the skate park near William T. McIntosh Stadium.

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