A fire burns on a ridge above Coburn Creek between Indian and Observation peaks Thursday in the Snake River Range southwest of Jackson.
Gov’t Mule guitarist Warren Haynes, left, launches into a solo while opening the band’s two-set performance with “Hammer and Nails” on Tuesday night at the Snow King Ball Park. JacksonHoleLive and the Center for the Arts teamed up to bring Gov’t Mule to Jackson to close out their outdoor sum…
Broncs players run offensive line drills during the first day of football practice Monday at William T. McIntosh Stadium. See Wednesday’s Jackson Hole News&Guide for a full preview of high school fall sports.
Teton County Sheriff Matt Carr talks to a roomful of backcountry users Wednesday at the Stagecoach Bar in Wilson. The aim of the event hosted by the newly formed Teton Backcountry Alliance was to preserve access to backcountry terrain on Teton Pass.
Junior Broncs wrestler Kirby Castagno grapples with his opponent Tuesday night during a wrestling meet against Pinedale at Jackson Hole High School. Check out next week’s Jackson Hole News&Guide for results from the home meet.
Fourteen-year-old Cade Walz, of Driggs, Idaho, and 13-year-old Ashton Steketee, of Victor, Idaho, rest Saturday morning after runs in the 5 inches of fresh snow that accumulated overnight during opening weekend at Grand Targhee Resort.
Bob Lundy, from the Jackson Hole Shrine Club, helps tarp fresh firs donated for their Christmas tree sale benefiting the Shriner’s Hospital for Children. The sale, beginning Nov. 23, will run from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. every day at Stockton and Shirk while trees last.
The large-scale Hidden Hollow complex of apartments and townhomes has taken shape as construction continues Thursday on North Cache. The complex will include more than 150 units in a mix of salary-restricted, workforce and free-market housing.
JJ Grey and Mofro perform Saturday evening to close out the Fireman’s Ball at the Heritage Arena. An estimated 1,300 people attended the 78th annual fundraiser for the Jackson Firefighters Association.
A hunter walks Antelope Flats on Friday morning while searching for elk in Grand Teton National Park. The park authorized 575 permits for this year’s elk reduction program hunt, which continues until Dec. 9.
An aerial view shows mature forest next to the aftermath of the Roosevelt Fire with a drainage as the dividing line. This photograph was taken Thursday morning during an Ecoflight tour over the burn area. The Jackson Hole Fireman’s Ball on Saturday will raise money to support Jackson Hole Fi…
The historic Miller House sits blanketed in a fresh coat of snow Tuesday morning on the National Elk Refuge. Precipitation is in the forecast through the weekend before clouds are expected to break early next week.
Director Allison Watrous, left, goes over a scene with actors Kate Gleason, as Emma, and Mark Rubald, as Ulysses, Monday evening during rehearsals for “Annapurna.” The two-person, one-room play begins a six-night run at 7 p.m. Thursday in the Black Box Theater.
Irene Marquina helps her son, Azael Aby, 4, get up Saturday night at the Teton County Fair Building during an event held by the Latino community to raise money for a library in Tlaxcala, Mexico, where many Jackson immigrants are from.
Children stampede toward a gutted pinata during a Halloween-themed birthday party Sunday afternoon at Phil Baux Park. For a guide to Halloween events, read the Scene section in this week’s Jackson Hole News&Guide.
Rev. Jimmy Bartz blesses new homes with holy water at Habitat for Humanity’s home dedication ceremony Thursday night at The Grove apartments. St. John’s Episcopal Church contributed more than 850 hours of volunteer work toward completing the first eight homes of Phase 3 at The Grove.
Leslie Dinkin volunteers at the third annual Art of Love plate auction Thursday night at the Center for the Arts. The sold-out event raised $100,000 for Community Entry Services.
From right, John Howell, 7, his little brother, Waylon, 4, and Kai Tanabe, 7, spend time training for their future days as Broncs during Friday’s Homecoming football game against Star Valley. See the Sports section in Wednesday’s News&Guide for a full recap of the game.
Trails volunteer coordinator Angela Timby replaces cord on restoration fencing Thursday afternoon near Colter Bay at Grand Teton National Park. Timby encourages volunteers to join her at Bradley-Taggart for National Public Lands Day on Saturday. See page 4 for details.
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.
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.
Jackson Hole High School’s Trevor Watson (2) kicks an extra point Friday night at Bear Lake High School in Montpelier, Idaho. Read this week’s Jackson Hole News&Guide for a recap of the win that ended the team’s 16-game losing streak. On Friday night the Broncs take on Pinedale at home a…