Saturday, Aug. 13
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.
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.
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.
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.
Volunteers and construction leads rolled up their sleeves last month to restore the deck, stairs, ADA ramp and handrails of a Community Entry Services home, which assists adults with disabilities.
After weeks of promoting the Teton School District 401 Zone 4 election, Kathleen Haar was convinced she had lost her shot at joining the school board.
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.
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.
As the holiday season approaches, members of valley Boy Scouts of America troops are looking for people to donate food to the needy.