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After two tamer pandemic years, America’s birthday party on July Fourth roared back into Teton County. From sunup with the Lions Club pancake breakfast to sundown with public fireworks displays, the valley was alive with visitors and locals taking to the streets.

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Old West Days will peak on Town Square this weekend when Travis Tritt, Runaway June and The Desert City Ramblers take the stage for the Cowboy Bar’s Million Dollar Music Fest on Sunday afternoon.

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What might be considered a regular snow day during a typical year took on “powder clause” proportions Wednesday as Jackson received some six inches of snow and Teton Village received 20.

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Nashville Songwriters Association’s 2004 Songwriter of the Year Scotty Emerick brings his guitar, his soothing vocals and 20-plus years of storytelling and hit-making experience tonight to the Silver Dollar Showroom Session inside the Wort Hotel.

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Just after a winter storm, spring plowing will begin in Grand Teton National Park on Monday, March 14. The plowing operations mark the end of over-snow access on the 14-mile section of the Teton Park Road between Taggart Lake Trailhead and the Signal Mountain area.

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Dozens of children with Early Head Start, a preschool program for low-income families that’s run by the Children’s Learning Center, received bikes and board games on Thursday as part of the Center’s annual Christmas giving.

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Growing up in Jackson, Rylee McCollum said from the time he was an infant that he wanted to be a United States Marine.

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The Jackson-based, food-saving nonprofit Hole Food Rescue on Thursday promoted program director Hannah Cooley to the role of executive director.

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Members of the Moran Volunteer Firefighter’s Association will be dishing up barbecued ribs and chicken plus corn on the cob this Sunday for their biggest fundraiser of the year.

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Home to glassblower and designer Laurie Thal and her partner in art and life, glass fabricator Dan Altwies, Thal Glass Studio is a favorite off-the-beaten-track destination for Fall Arts visitors.

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Elizabeth McCabe’s photographs of young valley residents with their livestock have long hung inside the Teton County 4-H building. Now her name adorns the outside.

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Organizers hope to increase interest in fishing and develop conservation ethics in a new generation of outdoor enthusiasts with Jackson’s annual Kids Fishing Day.

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With spring biking season underway, pathway users will find they are joined by a menagerie of characters when they move through the underpass located near the intersection of highways 22 and 390.