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On a slab of concrete in front of the flagpole — with a stellar view of the Tetons — lower school students at the Jackson Hole Classical Academy played in their first recess at their new campus Tuesday morning, the first day of school marking a new chapter in the Academy’s history.

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After the Wannssee Conference in 1942, during which the Nazi government determined the “final solution,” its plan to kill all Jews in its reach, Jona Laks and her family were living in the Lodz Ghetto, a Jewish ghetto established by the Germans in Lodz, Poland.

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When Glenn Exum first discovered a new climbing route up the Grand Teton at 18, he could hardly have predicted the legacy he’d leave behind.

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A headless baby doll, child’s bike with training wheels and bell, electric heater, foam insulation, countless shoes and other trash were piled so deep Saturday that volunteers had to give up on sorting and classifying it all.

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A shy Chihuahua that wandered around East Jackson for days was reunited with her Idaho Falls owner over the weekend, according to the Jackson/Teton County Animal Shelter.

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SAN SIMEON XIPETZINCO — Like much of Mexico, the streets of San Simeon are lined with homes in bright hues of sapphire blues, sunny yellows and terracotta reds. But the homes also boast a touch of the mountain-modern architectural style you might see in East Jackson.

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The News&Guide staff was honored with a slew of awards at the 120th Wyoming Press Association conference, including the Hanway Plaque, an award for general excellence, and the Robert Warner Photography Award, an accolade bestowed upon the staff that brings in the most individual photogra…

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Jackson Hole Daily founder Mike Sellett was inducted into the Wyoming Press Association Foundation Hall of Fame on Friday, joining the ranks of some of the best newspapermen and -women in the state.

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After a visit Jackson during the 2017 eclipse, moving to Wyoming or another one of the mountain states was part of the Malloys’ five-year plan. Instead they had to move out of their house in Paradise, California, in five minutes.

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Under the pavilion at Phil Baux Park on Friday evening, Anne Newcomb was working on her first of five letters to state leaders who might have the last say on whether a private immigration prison will be built about three and a half hours south of here.