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Kennedy Cyr, 10, scrubs and cools off her pig, Diva, on Wednesday afternoon at the Teton County Fairgrounds. The 4-H livestock showing wraps up at the fair this weekend with a 4-H Round Robin at 10 a.m. Saturday in the Heritage Arena.

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Kennedy Cyr, 10, scrubs and cools off her pig, Diva, on Wednesday afternoon at the Teton County Fairgrounds. The 4-H livestock showing wraps up at the fair this weekend with a 4-H Round Robin at 10 a.m. Saturday in the Heritage Arena.

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Becca Starr sports a tiara Thursday during her 50th birthday celebration at Jenny Lake Campground. Starr, who traveled from Minneapolis, booked the campsite six months in advance so she could celebrate outside with friends and family and no fear of contracting COVID-19.

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Wesley Huestess and David Robinson push tandem pilot Richard Pethigal and passenger Fred Miles as they take off at the start of their paragliding flight at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort on Wednesday. Miles, a 103-year-old U.S. Air Force veteran, is the oldest person to paraglide in the countr…

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Shaun Harvey, Wayne Laney and Juan Olmeda set up a ferris wheel ride Tuesday at the Teton County Fairgrounds. The Frazier Shows carnival will be open from 5 p.m. to 12 a.m. today through Friday, and from 2 p.m. to 12 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday.

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Kim Cullen, designer and owner of Beautiful Chaos, rearranges necklaces and charms at her booth during Art Fair Jackson Hole at Davey Jackson Elementary School on Saturday. Now in its 56th year, the event is the Art Association’s largest fundraiser of the year to support art education and ou…

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Grand Teton Music Festival Music Director Sir Donald Runnicles, left, flanked July 19 by judges and Grand Teton Music Festival musicians Joel Noyes and Stephanie Key, praises the talent displayed by harpist Clara Cox, of Laramie, pianist Tanner Jorden, of Billings, Montana, and pianist Jacob…

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Victoria Kimber looks at glass hand soap dispensers created by the owner of Boise Art Glass, artist Filip Vogelpohl, during Art Fair Jackson Hole at the lawn south of Davey Jackson Elementary School. At the fair artists were selling fine art and crafts, including ceramics, paintings, jewelry…

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The Idaho Court of Appeals has upheld Erik Ohlson’s conviction and sentences for first-degree murder and voluntary manslaughter for killing his ex-girlfriend, who was pregnant with his child.

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Crews paint yardage markers onto new synthetic athletic turf last week after it was installed at William T. McIntosh Stadium. The fields at Jackson Hole High School also received new turf after the old surface hit the industry-standard lifespan of 10 years.

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Shacks on Racks founder Esther Judge Lennox looks around the 1960s-era kitchen Wednesday inside the home at 375 E. Deloney Ave. The home is slated for demolition unless a willing taker comes forward to move the home.

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The home at 375 E. Deloney Ave. was built in 1966 and has a 1,819-square-foot main level. The house is slated for demolition unless Shacks on Racks can find a willing taker to have the home relocated.

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Kids take turns leaping into Lower Slide Lake from the top of a submerged tree Saturday. Following a brief period of scattered rain and lower temperatures earlier in the week, the extended forecast returns to more sunny skies with high temperatures in the 80s.

Shaun Harvey, Wayne Laney and Juan Olmeda set up a ferris wheel ride Tuesday at the Teton County Fairgrounds. The Frazier Shows carnival will be open from 5 p.m. to 12 a.m. today through Friday, and from 2 p.m. to 12 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday.

Kim Cullen, designer and owner of Beautiful Chaos, rearranges necklaces and charms at her booth during Art Fair Jackson Hole at Davey Jackson Elementary School on Saturday. Now in its 56th year, the event is the Art Association’s largest fundraiser of the year to support art education and ou…

Kids take turns leaping into Lower Slide Lake from the top of a submerged tree Saturday. Following a brief period of scattered rain and lower temperatures earlier in the week, the extended forecast returns to more sunny skies with high temperatures in the 80s.

Guest artist Sheku Kanneh-Mason, bottom right, plays the cello during “Festival Orchestra: Pictures at an Exhibition” on Friday at Walk Festival Hall in Teton Village. Grand Teton Music Festival’s 60th season runs through Aug. 21.

Lucas Hakoshima, a cast member of Jackson Hole Playhouse’s “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers,” serves up treats during a bake sale fundraiser for Jessica Garnick O’Neal on Saturday. Garnick O’Neal, a member of the Jackson family that owns the community theater, was recently diagnosed with bre…

A celebration of life for Courtney Jay Skinner will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Museum of the Mountain Man in Pinedale. Skinner died July 5. A full obituary will appear in next week’s Jackson Hole News&Guide.

People walk along the banks of the Snake River on Wednesday at Schwabacher Landing in Grand Teton National Park as smoke from western wildfires obscures the typically beautiful view of the Teton Range’s peaks. The Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality’s Air Quality Division and the Wyo…

Augie Henrie, 10, plays wiffle ball with their sister, Kyrie Griffith, during the Gender Diversity Celebration Picnic at Phil Baux Park on Sunday. The gathering brought transgender, non-binary and gender-questioning people like Henrie, who is gender-fluid, together to create community in Jackson.

Steve Baldock, right, pilots a LeeBoy paver Wednesday afternoon as the Grand Teton National Park South District road crew lays new pavement in Kelly, the small community near the park’s east boundary. For decades Kelly has been plagued with deteriorating roads and large potholes. “Careful, d…

A memorial service for longtime Jackson resident Louis Rocco Centrella, 75, will be held at 5:30 p.m. today at Owen Bircher Park in Wilson. The family recommends planning ahead for traffic on Highway 22. Centrella, also known as “Llama Louie,” died peacefully July 8, 2020, in his home, surro…

A group of riders stops to water their horses Sunday during a sunny July 4th trip in the Jedediah Smith Wilderness. Except for Monday’s scattered thunderstorms, mostly clear skies with high temperatures approaching 90 degrees are expected to continue throughout the week and into the coming weekend.

Children wave to the crowd from the Teton Board of Realtors float during the Fourth of July parade in downtown Jackson on Sunday. There were a total of 53 float entries this year. See the Valley section of Wednesday's Jackson Hole News&Guide for more.

Tandem paragliding pilot Richard Pethigal and Tracy Williams fly by the Tetons on Wednesday during one of the first-ever adaptive flights in Jackson Hole. Teton Adaptive Sports recently partnered with Project Airtime and Jackson Hole Paragliding to bring adaptive paragliding for those with p…

A new flavor of paintings by Montana artist Caleb Meyer combines his skill of the palette knife with some contemporary scenes of cities and bikes, alongside his more signature landscapes and still lifes.

A celebration of life for Margene Jensen will be held from 3:30 to 6 p.m. Thursday, July 22, in the showroom of the Silver Dollar Bar in The Wort Hotel. Jensen died June 5.

Dave Lemons of Lemons House Moving signals to keep the winch turning as he and his crew roll John and Bartha Moulton’s “pink house” back over its new concrete foundation Thursday along Mormon Row in Grand Teton National Park. The historic home spent the last six weeks on wood cribbing and st…

Traffic on Cache Street backs up past the north entrance of town late last week in downtown Jackson. The region is already experiencing unprecedented visitation in the run-up to the Fourth of July weekend.

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