This year marks 17 since the attack on the World Trade Center in New York City on Sept. 11, 2001.
Mike "Fitz" Fitzpatrick looks back forty years after being the first to stand up on a surfboard on the Snake River's Lunch Counter wave, a feat he now shares with his son, Cam.
Jessie Rhodes sings his original song "Knock Knock" during the Wyoming Singer-Songwriter Competition qualifiers Aug. 12 at the Mangy Moose Saloon in Teton Village.
Aspen Jacquet sings his original song "America the Beautiful" during the Wyoming Singer-Songwriter Competition qualifiers at the Mangy Moose Saloon in Teton Village.
Patrick Chadwick sings his original song "Nothing is Quite So Beautiful" during the Wyoming Singer-Songwriter Competition qualifiers at the Mangy Moose Saloon in Teton Village.
Fly along with Dog Is My CoPilot co-founder Peter Rork as he transports a load of dogs from Hobbs and Roswell, New Mexico, to rescues in the Denver and Salt Lake City areas.
Jackson photographer Thomas Mangelsen drew one of 22 tags for a grizzly bear in Wyoming's first hunt since the species was listed as threatened in the 1970s. Mangelsen offers his reaction here and talks about how he does not plan on harvesting a griz, but will continue photographing the brui…
Watch as Bill Long attempts to "graft" cygnets into a manmade trumpeter swan nest in Yellowstone's Grebe Lake. Though the attempt failed, it is part of a larger effort to raise swans away from the reach of predators before introducing them to their natural habitat.
The doors were shut and the soda fountain was retired in 2001, but now the Gill family has revived Jackson Drug, a landmark whose closing brought cries of dismay about how the best of old Jackson was disappearing in an onslaught of modernity and profit-seeking.
The new bike lanes along Snow King Avenue not only represent a visual change for users, but also call for cyclists to change longstanding behavior, according to pathways coordinator Brian Schilling. The basic rule of thumb? Follow the green paint.