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Students and their parents wave to a parade of Munger Mountain Elementary School teachers Thursday afternoon in the Rangeview neighborhood. Dozens of teachers from the school spent much of their afternoon driving through Jackson’s residential neighborhoods to say hello to their students, who…

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Students from Snake River Montessori School in Idaho Falls hike Blacktail Butte on Thursday afternoon with a Teton Science Schools graduate student. The place-based education nonprofit announced Wednesday that it would suspend all residential programming through Aug. 15, requiring a 42 staff…

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Grand Teton National Park Ranger Griest sets up delineator cones intended to direct traffic back toward Highway 191 at the intersection of Teton Park Road and Moose Wilson Road on Tuesday in Moose. Grand Teton and Yellowstone national parks closed indefinitely Tuesday at the request of their…

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A bull moose makes his way across open flats near the Gros Ventre River last week in Grand Teton National Park. Gathering shed antlers in Wyoming is forbidden from January 1 through April 30 west of the Continental Divide, and is never allowed in Grand Teton National Park.

Attendees of an open house look over and discuss plans to develop the Wilson corridor Tuesday at the Old Wilson Schoolhouse Community Center. See this week’s Jackson Hole News&Guide for a story on the meeting, the goal of which was to gather public input for the Wilson Multimodal Corrido…

A moose crosses into the National Elk Refuge from Grand Teton National Park on Tuesday morning. The Gros Ventre River serves as a natural boundary between lands managed by the two agencies from the eastern end of the valley to North Highway 89.

Steve Kilpatrick, executive director of the Wyoming Wild Sheep Foundation, left, holds the horns of a bighorn sheep ewe Sunday morning at Lower Slide Lake as Wyoming Game and Fish wildlife biologist Aly Courtemanch works to secure a transport net with Lee Tafelmeyer, of Monteith Shop, and Ma…

The Jackson Hole High School Nordic ski team celebrates its state championship victories with a lap around the Town Square on Wednesday afternoon. The Broncs swept last weekend’s finals meet in Cody, with the girls taking the team’s ninth straight title and the boys winning their 10th in 11 years.

People enjoy a night of ice skating Monday on the Town Square. The rink on the Square is open from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Friday and noon to 9 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

Quinn Ellingson, the captain of the Jackson Hole Moose U19 girls team, holds the championship trophy and waves to the crowd Thursday afternoon on the Town Square during a fire truck parade celebrating the team’s victory at state last week. Parents, friends and supporters held signs and cheer…

Munger Mountain Elementary fourth-grader Anneke Bradley, 9, plugs her nose Thursday while taking a closer look at a science project titled “Pizza Rolls vs. Bread: Which one will mold faster?” during the school’s first science fest since its fall 2018 opening.

Walkers cross paths in the early afternoon Wednesday as they stroll through Emily Stevens Park on the east bank of the Snake River. The parking lot at the popular trailhead began filling up shortly after noon as people came to walk, ski and run their dogs.

A pair of trumpeter swans takes a break from feeding as ducks fly overhead early Tuesday in Grand Teton National Park. Trumpeter swans stick mainly to a vegetarian diet, bobbing underwater to pull aquatic vegetation from the bottoms of ponds or streambeds.

Senior Evan Brunner eyes the basket Friday night during the Broncs’ loss to Star Valley. See the Sports section of Wednesday’s Jackson Hole News&Guide for a summary of the boys and girls games. The Broncs will hit the road Saturday to take on Evanston.

A group of bighorn sheep with lambs stands atop Miller Butte on Monday overlooking the National Elk Refuge. The refuge is home not only to a large number of elk over the winter, but also a variety of other wildlife species.

Twenty inches of new snow in 24 hours combined with a minor traffic accident involving a START bus Monday morning on Highway 390 created a snarl that had traffic stalled from Teton Village all the way to Broadway Avenue in Jackson. This aerial view shows westbound traffic on Highway 22 backi…

Xanthos, a 3-year-old Dogo Argentino, and Jumbo, a chocolate Labrador retriever, play keepaway Wednesday afternoon at the winter dog park. The enclosed puppy play park at the Teton County Fairgrounds is scheduled to remain open until May 1, dependent upon snow conditions.

Elk gather to eat alfalfa pellets spread by a feed trailer Wednesday morning on the National Elk Refuge. The refuge is again at the center of a lawsuit aiming to quickly phase out the 108-year-old feeding practice citing concerns about potential “catastrophic disease propagation” made possib…

Special Olympics athletes Brendan Burke, left, and Gary Endecott carry the torch Tuesday afternoon as they lead fellow athletes and supporters during the Law Enforcement Torch Run along South Cache Street. The Special Olympics Wyoming Winter Games begin Wednesday morning and run through earl…

Ray White clears snow Monday morning outside his home in Kelly following an overnight storm that rolled into the valley. Strong, steady winds with drifting snow and low visibility delayed school for two hours Monday, and drivers were urged not to travel north of Jackson unless absolutely nec…

Park ranger Tiffany Franks opens the highway north of Moose Junction just before 9 a.m. Monday. The road had been closed briefly that morning due to winter conditions created by a powerful storm moving through the region.

A snow plow clears drifting snow from Highway 191 near Moose in Grand Teton National Park. The road was closed briefly Monday morning due to winter conditions but was opened shortly before 9 a.m.

Ben Barrett, 21, a musher from Middlebury, Vermont, holds one of his race dogs as a veterinarian scans for a chip Friday morning at the Deloney parking lot during the vet check for the Pedigree Stage Stop Race.

A crew with the Wyoming Department of Transportation clears debris from a small avalanche that naturally released Thursday afternoon near the catchnet truck arrestor on Highway 22 west of Wilson. The slide partially blocked the westbound lane and stopped traffic for a brief time.

Jackson artist Will Munford paints in the upstairs bar of Moe’s Original Bar B Que during the Pop Up Get Down event on Friday night, billed as “a surprise night of art, music, photography and food” by local artisans and musicans. The downtown eatery has plans for another pop-up event — typic…

Broncs seniors Evan Brunner and Silas Wotkyns reach over a Big Piney defender during their Jan. 18 game at Jackson Hole High School. Boys and girls basketball teams take on Green River this week, with the Lady Broncs tipping off at 2:30 p.m. Saturday followed by the men’s team.

Skiers enjoy sunny skies Wednesday in the shadow of Snow King Mountain. But clouds and a chance of more snow are expected to return through the weekend, forecasters predict.

A mother moose and her calf brave whiteout conditions Tuesday morning while finding a meal along the Lower Gros Ventre Road in Grand Teton National Park. The park issued a “No Unnecessary Travel” restriction Monday afternoon along Highway 89 between Moose and Moran, where hazardous driving c…

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