Jackson Hole News&Guide - The lighter side

This week in the Valley section ...

A Town Square tradition returns early this year ... Meet Chris Owen and his chainsaw and the backcountry ... Martha Lewis looks at some answers to sleep questions ... Woody looks at some reasons for the Yellowstone floods ... And Connie Owen delivers some fun stories about the old Teton Theater. 

 Enjoy!

P.S. Send me ideas for people we should highlight, or goings on that make our town special. Email valley@jhnewsandguide.com.

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Flag foibles

Joe Burke is stumped. Read more

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News&Guide wins 16 national awards

Each year the National Newspaper Association honors the best in community journalism in the Better Newspaper Editorial Contest and the best in community newspaper advertising in the Better Newspaper Advertising Contest. The BNEC and BNAC, together, make up the association’s Better Newspaper Contest. Read more

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Bank president is in a good place in life

As president of Bank of Jackson Hole, Dawn Pruett is the face of the bank with the staff and with the community. Read more

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From pet parents to Wyo. road trip

Animal welfare specialist Rebecca Tinnes, better known as Cupcake, a midwest animal-loving farm girl, came to Jackson Hole to explore and find a free Western lifestyle in 1988. In 2004 she had the vision to create the Animal Adoption Center. She has written a book, “Take Me Home,” which takes us behind the scenes sharing animal rescue adventures over 25 years. In her mission to save them all, she attracts a cast of clever characters who show up to help. Her vision ignites a community, and working together they built a huge family who fostered, donated, adopted and volunteered. Today over 20,0… Read more

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Make peace with your summer body

Summertime is (finally) here, and the warm temperatures call for shorts, tanks and swimsuits. If you love or like your body, no matter what it looks like, terrific. But if you don’t, baring more skin can produce body insecurities. Read more

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Slow moving legs take in good scenes

“I’m going to climb this hill as slow as humanly possible,” I have said to myself many, many times. Make no mistake about it; I have always been a very slow hiker. Now, afflicted with a temporarily wonky heel, I am even slower. Read more

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Looking Back

45 years ago ... Read more

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