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Will Grenier and Brian Crampton, of the National Park Service Historic Preservation Training Center, finish up prep work at the historic John Moulton homestead Tuesday on Mormon Row in Grand Teton National Park. The area will be closed through mid-summer as crews move the house and replace i…

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From left, Jackson Hole High School cross country runners Jacie Chatham, Parker Smith and Sarah Tallerico collect trash during an afternoon of “plogging” — picking up litter while jogging — on Tuesday along the South Park Loop bike path. Straw Free Jackson Hole organized the event after a su…

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Renee Knutson, a gardener of 14 years, tends to her plot last Wednesday at the Blair Community Garden, where she will be growing strawberries, raspberries, asparagus, mint, tulips and daffodils. Knutson enjoys providing a habitat for bees and looks forward to harvesting her strawberries.

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A commercial raft guide takes a group down the scenic stretch of the Snake River between Wilson Bridge and South Park on Tuesday. Mostly sunny skies and high temperatures in the 60s are expected to continue until Friday, when a chance of rain returns to the forecast.

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Jackson Hole High School students Valerie Stevenson and Blake Johnson walk the red carpet before a three-course meal served to them by staff during their senior gala on Saturday. Unable to have a prom due to the pandemic, the class of 2021, which consists of 159 Jackson students and 12 stude…

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The Jackson Hole News&Guide staff was recognized in the annual Top of the Rockies journalism contest, conducted by the Colorado chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists.

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The sun sets over the Tetons from the viewpoint of the Wedding Tree last Tuesday. Warmer spring weather is expected to continue throughout the week.

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Jackson’s Bryce Johnson runs to recover the ball during last week’s game against Hillcrest. See the Sports section in Wednesday’s Jackson Hole News&Guide for a full story.

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Julio Martinez walks through the crowd to receive his certificate in entrepreneurship during Central Wyoming College-Jackson’s commencement and nurses pinning ceremony at the Center for the Arts on Saturday. A total of 19 graduates and five nursing candidates were honored in an socially dist…

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A hiker follows a melted-out trail high in the hills east of Hoback Junction on Saturday. Winter closures were lifted across the Bridger-Teton National Forest as of 6 a.m. May 1, opening up much of the backcountry around Jackson Hole as animals begin to move toward summer range.

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Jen Thomas and Erik Garcia, of Clearfield, Utah, set up camp Friday at the Gros Ventre Campground in Grand Teton National Park. The campground was the first in the park to open its gates for the summer and saw 80 advance reservations made for opening day. All of Grand Teton’s and the majorit…

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Louisa Snider, 6, concentrates as she completes the monkey bars with help from her dad, Jason Snider, at Mike Yokel Park this past Friday. The Snider family took advantage of the sunny weather and started off the weekend at their favorite playground.

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Teton County Deputy Sheriff Chad Sasche directs traffic through the scene of a flatbed trailer wreck Thursday morning in Wilson. The pickup hauling the trailer lost its brakes while descending the east side of Teton Pass and came into Wilson at a high rate of speed. The trailer jackknifed an…

Jackson Hole High School students Valerie Stevenson and Blake Johnson walk the red carpet before a three-course meal served to them by staff during their senior gala on Saturday. Unable to have a prom due to the pandemic, the class of 2021, which consists of 159 Jackson students and 12 stude…

The Jackson Hole News&Guide staff was recognized in the annual Top of the Rockies journalism contest, conducted by the Colorado chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists.

The sun sets over the Tetons from the viewpoint of the Wedding Tree last Tuesday. Warmer spring weather is expected to continue throughout the week.

Jackson’s Bryce Johnson runs to recover the ball during last week’s game against Hillcrest. See the Sports section in Wednesday’s Jackson Hole News&Guide for a full story.

Julio Martinez walks through the crowd to receive his certificate in entrepreneurship during Central Wyoming College-Jackson’s commencement and nurses pinning ceremony at the Center for the Arts on Saturday. A total of 19 graduates and five nursing candidates were honored in an socially dist…

A hiker follows a melted-out trail high in the hills east of Hoback Junction on Saturday. Winter closures were lifted across the Bridger-Teton National Forest as of 6 a.m. May 1, opening up much of the backcountry around Jackson Hole as animals begin to move toward summer range.

Jen Thomas and Erik Garcia, of Clearfield, Utah, set up camp Friday at the Gros Ventre Campground in Grand Teton National Park. The campground was the first in the park to open its gates for the summer and saw 80 advance reservations made for opening day. All of Grand Teton’s and the majorit…

Louisa Snider, 6, concentrates as she completes the monkey bars with help from her dad, Jason Snider, at Mike Yokel Park this past Friday. The Snider family took advantage of the sunny weather and started off the weekend at their favorite playground.

Moose graze together during sunset at Grand Teton National Park last Saturday. With wildlife becoming more active amid springtime, drivers are warned to stay vigilant while on area roads.

A Grand Teton National Park employee brushes clean the multi-use pathway following overnight snowfall Monday in Grand Teton National Park. The Teton Park Road between the Taggart Lake trailhead and Signal Mountain Lodge remains open to non-motorized traffic through Friday and will open to ca…

A cedar waxwing gets its fill of berries last week in Jackson. Berries and insects make up the majority of the small bird’s diet, which can often be seen in flocks year-round in Jackson Hole.

National Park Service firefighter Andrew Dockins uses a drip torch to lay down fire Thursday while working a prescribed burn on 147 acres of low grasslands on the northern end of the National Elk Refuge. The prescribed fire is the first on elk refuge lands since the early 2000s and is being …

A small herd of elk grazes in a field just west of Wilson. Wildlife species throughout the valley are on the move as animals embark on their annual migrations to spring and summer habitat.

Ethan Ragain, 10, a member of Pack 1307, carries elk antlers during the Boy Scouts’ antler pickup day at the National Elk Refuge on Saturday. Once a year, the scouts assist in collecting the antlers, which are then sold at the annual ElkFest auction. ElkFest will be held in October this year…

Elk move north from the National Elk Refuge into Grand Teton National Park on Tuesday afternoon. Roughly 35% of collared elk that winter on the National Elk Refuge are now known as short-distance migrants, spending their summers between Wilson and Moose, according to National Elk Refuge biol…

Jerry Antolik, an artist from Hudson, paints West Gros Ventre Butte and the Gros Ventre River from the Spring Gulch bridge last Friday. Antolik’s work can be seen across the state as large-scale murals, from exterior walls in Hudson and Rawlins to the Wells Fargo banks in Cody and Jackson.

Riley Thoubboron, Kirsta Tortorice, Tyler Hunter and Emily Mulvey, all of Boulder, Colorado, build a snowman on frozen-over Taggart Lake last Sunday. With spring-like weather expected to continue, Taggart may not stay frozen for long.

Vern Woolstenhulme of Teton Transport hauls the old Coey garage south on Millward St. on Friday morning on its way to its new home in Victor, Idaho. The garage, built as part of a private residence in 1945 in what is now Grand Teton National Park, most recently sat at 105 Mercill Ave. as par…

A Uinta ground squirrel pokes its head out from beneath a cattle guard Friday in Grand Teton National Park. The reemergence of “chislers” from their winter hibernation signals a return of spring to the valley.

A scenic tour group passes by the John and Bartha Moulton homestead, known as the “pink house,” under a fresh coating of snow Tuesday morning in Grand Teton National Park. Antelope Flats Road opened to cars for the season Tuesday.

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