PAWS of Jackson Hole Executive Director Amy Moore’s four-person staff gathered in an office around the holidays to open a certified letter inbound from the Lynn and Foster Friess Family Foundation.
Tuesday was the sort of day where skiers at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort had to decide between steep, deep, or both.
Claps, howls, horns, bells, shouts, whistles and any other sound you desire to make on your front porch are now welcomed nightly at 6 as a thank you to front-line workers.
Nine-year-old Henry Spellman pulled his family’s freshly cut Christmas tree through the snow on an orange toboggan for about 40 yards before turning to his dad, Mark.
As Thanksgiving approaches, many public health precautions will advise to celebrate only with household members or to mask up and social distance.
Father Ubald Rugirangoga remains in the ICU at the University of Utah Hospital in Salt Lake City, where he is back on a ventilator and sedated while fighting complications from COVID-19.
Father Ubald Rugirangoga, a well-known Catholic priest from Rwanda who frequently visits Jackson Hole, is recovering from COVID-19 in the intensive care unit at the University of Utah Hospital in Salt Lake City. He was airlifted there Friday due to his declining condition after nine days at …
Jean Webber did most of her writing in her head and kept most of what she wrote in there until she was a white-haired grandma and found an outlet and an audience.
In the season of giving, the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole announced Monday that it received over $15 million from the 2020 Old Bill’s Reimagined Fun Run.
ROGERS PASS, BRITISH COLUMBIA — Just back from a ski tour up Connaught Creek, Simon Jean held up a pair of cards.
It's the middle of Jackson Hole's first Fall Clean Up, and civic-minded Jackson Hole-ites are taking to the highways, parks, creeks and forests to tidy things up after one of the valley's busiest summers ever.
Grant Larson came home on a pass from the Air Force in 1957 with his wife, Maralyn, and went shopping for a place to build a house.
As town of Jackson staff and the Teton County Historic Preservation Board work to create a historic register and craft guidelines to preserve the town’s Western character, a newly formed foundation is doing its part to also protect the integrity of Jackson’s historic buildings.
As the organizers of the annual Old Bill’s Fun Run, the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole had to be creative in this very atypical year to continue the 24-year-old fundraising tradition.
As a female heavy equipment operator for the Wyoming Department of Transportation, Shirley Samuelson was part of a relatively exclusive club.
Matt Walker neared the summit of the Grand Teton on Friday, topping out on the Exum Ridge. The weather was perfect — bluebird, not too windy.
Esther Judge-Lennox is passionate about preserving Jackson’s historic character; you can hear the zeal in her voice when she talks about it. Meanwhile, her Hog Island neighbors, John and Lisa Potzernitz, were interested in acquiring a piece of that history.