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Eighteen-year-old William Dennis carefully spread a layer of mayonnaise on his sandwich before adding a few slices of turkey and cheese. But wrestling his lunch into a Ziploc bag proved to be challenging. He couldn’t seem to make it fit.

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Grace Peck and Heather DeVine are both new moms. Peck’s son just turned 1, and DeVine’s son is 6 months old. That’s why images of crying children separated from their families at the border hit them hard.

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Well-known celebrities have been spending vacation time in Jackson Hole for years. Reports of Sandra Bullock floating the Snake or Harrison Ford dining at Rendezvous Bistro barely cause people to bat an eye anymore. Last week, though, Jackson got a hit of Hollywood that has left an impression.

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The Jackson Hole News&Guide took home 18 awards at the 2018 Top of the Rockies contest, a regional competition that accepts submissions from Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming media outlets.

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In addition to the $117,000-plus that’s already been raised online for Bryce Newcomb, the injured skier’s friends turned out Friday night for an old-fashioned benefit at Elks Lodge No. 1713.

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For many growing up in the ’60s protesting was simply a part of life. Future generations, however, rarely took to the streets to demand their voices be heard. That is, until recently.

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Zero. After two hours and 20 minutes slowly scanning yards and fields between South Park Loop and High School roads, driving up and down the side streets off Gregory Lane and rolling down Boyles Hill Road, the four-person Moose Day group spotted zero moose.

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When Brittany Warden marched with thousands of women on the Capitol in Helena, Montana, a year ago at the inaugural Women’s March, she felt inspired and empowered.

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Armed with a garden hose and grit, the Thomasmas make an ice rink from scratch every year at Kelly Elementary School.

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The Jackson Hole Ski and Snowboard Club announced last week that 10 names will make up the second class of the club’s illustrious Hall of Fame.

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Picture this, said Pietro Castelli: “You didn’t put out your trash cans for pickup. So you put on your robe and you go outside to take them to the curb, and there’s a bear eating your leftover lasagna.”

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A blackjack dealer passed out cards to gamblers dressed in Old West garb in the main saloon. Up the grand staircase, gamblers tossed their chips and looked on eagerly as the roulette wheel spun.

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It was a cold and rainy morning in Driggs, Idaho, on Oct. 4, but that didn’t stop dozens of people from attending the ninth annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event, hosted by the Family Safety Network.

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Seven-year-old Nicolas Barlow picked up the remote control before his twin brother, Lucas, could reach it and quickly figured out how to make “Spy Egret” bob its head.

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McKenna Schroeder is no stranger to rodeo — she’s been competing since she was 5 years old — but this past weekend’s event marked her debut in the ring as a high schooler.