While in California to support longtime Jackson cinema owner Frank Londy as he battled cancer, his family passed time watching baseball.
Looking up at the mountain and the bountiful snowfall that arrived in time for the holidays, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort’s chief snowmaker Austin Irby joked that he is now a zero, but up until this latest round of snowstorms he was definitely the mountain hero.
Make no mistake about it. At 90 years young, Bonnie Budge is a living, walking legend. She also has some heartfelt reflections about Jackson Hole after a lifetime spent in the valley.
Ten local nonprofits are inviting community members to celebrate the Day of the Dead by joining in a two-day game of bingo that will take participants to 10 altars scattered across town.
If you were worried you missed this year’s antler auction and a chance to bring home one of the biggest racks from the National Elk Refuge, fret not.
In addition to pool lanes and basketball hoops, the Teton County/Jackson Recreation Center now provides eggs, beans and cinnamon spice oatmeal.
Halloween ghosts and goblins aren’t the only ones planning to provide a little excitement in the valley this week. The community calendar is packed with events, from famed dancer Savion Glover to a ski flick at the Spud.
Fellow Marines joined hundreds of Wyoming residents to bid a final farewell to Rylee McCollum at a Saturday memorial service in Jackson Hole, where he grew up, went to school and enlisted.
As the holiday season approaches, members of valley Boy Scouts of America troops are looking for people to donate food to the needy.
When Nick Bochicchio died at the start of summer, his passing left a family and community shattered.
Friends and neighbors, clothing-filled plastic bins and keepsakes surrounded Jennifer Bradof as she moved around her driveway with “Jack Straw” by the Grateful Dead playing over a loudspeaker. The mood was by no means jubilant, but if not for the scorched house at the end of the driveway or …
Inger Koedt, who has died at age 106, lived here 65 years, was known by generations of residents, skied and climbed, advocated environmental and social issues, recommended that people “eat dark chocolate and drink red wine” for health, eventually became famous just for making it to more birt…
The Teton County Search and Rescue team was geared up, the children dressed in banana costumes watched eagerly, 227 rubber ducks sat stoically and the sun shone a few hours past the quack of dawn Friday as the second annual Old Bill’s Rubber Ducky Regatta commenced.
Having been exposed to the painful realities of cancer at an early age, longtime Jackson restaurateur Gavin Fine has forged a connection to a childhood cancer-fighting campaign and is doing his part in the fight against the awful disease.
As Jackson Hole rancher Rita Lucas drove through Hoback en route to the Tractor Supply Company in Afton, she received a photo text from her son.
Pullouts where people park to rock climb at the Hoback Shield are closing, but officials say connecting a nearby parking area to the crag should make up for any lost spaces.