Bus purchase green-lighted
Around 10:20 Thursday morning, a strange smell was detected around one of the classrooms at Munger Mountain Elementary School. A couple of students felt ill.
Teton County nonprofits can now apply for grants to provide recreation programs, but they may not receive as much money as they are used to.
Every two years school district officials across Wyoming anxiously watch the state Legislature as it debates education funding. This is that year.
In a state Legislature budget session like the one that starts Monday, almost anything can be a bargaining chip. One thing that has been a political football in the past, however, looks like it’s a done deal.
Wyoming’s high schoolers are graduating at a higher rate than in years past, and Teton County’s kids saw a significant jump over last year.
Of the many changes Jackson Hole High School halls have undergone in the past couple of years, one of the most noticeable was unveiled last week.
Two men named Jose Luis arrived in Jackson when they were teenagers, speaking little or no English. More than a decade later they have each achieved what teacher Michelle Rooks described as the American Dream, a concept that can encapsulate everything from economic security to positive socia…
Five Jackson Hole Fire/EMS paramedics and emergency medical technicians were stranded in Idaho on Monday and Tuesday during emergency trips to Idaho Falls. The high-and-dry first responders were just one casualty of a winter storm cycle that has inundated the Tetons and Jackson Hole the past…
The Wyoming Department of Education has extra time to deal with a large public records request sent at the end of November.
Throngs of children packed Snow King Sports and Events Center, parents chatting, hockey pucks intermittently clattering across the ice over the yells of kids encountering friends.
An immense public records request from a Wyoming state senator has rattled state school officials, who have cited privacy concerns, though they acknowledge they have to comply with the bulk of the request.
Teachers and administrators disagree over the implications of a decision made earlier this month by the board of Teton County School District No. 1.
With at least a few accounting jokes thrown in, Mike Decoria told the school board Dec. 11 that the district is in pretty good shape.
You might already have purchased Christmas gifts, but if you’re among the roughly 25% of people who wait until the very last to wrap your presents, you may be in the market for some gift tags.
The Teton County School District No. 1 Board of Trustees approved changes to a popular teacher benefit following a monthslong process.
Tonight is your chance to see four high school boys leave it all on the stage, including some pine needles, in the annual Mr. Christmas Tree pageant, which starts at 7 p.m. tonight at the Pink Garter Theatre.
When some Jackson Hole Middle School students powered on their tablets one day in October, they found a survey with a pointed, personal question.
In a discussion over teacher benefits at Thursday’s school board meeting, Michelle Rooks took issue with what she called an “urban myth.”
Teton County School District No. 1 will host state officials this week, but there won’t be much pomp when the School Facilities Committee holds two days of meetings in the district’s administration building.
Alexis Jagelski slipped through a willow patch, her fly-rod gently deflecting branches so she could step onto the cobbled shoreline of the Snake River. Gathered in a circle around a guide were four Jackson Hole Middle School students, there to learn the art of fly-fishing from the Jackson Ho…