When Rob Davies was given his first job in the United States Air Force, it was a simple one: providing a four-star general with a daily weather briefing.
Like many people Steve Deutsch moved to Jackson for the mountains, but his grand Teton dreams were put on indefinite pause when a car accident near Moran paralyzed the left side of his body.
When she began rock climbing with the Stonemasters, a gang of dirtbag trailblazers in Yosemite National Park, Lynn Hill was even more an oddity than the rest of those counterculture icons.
Spouses of politicians like governors or presidents often take up the mantle of a social issue, a complement to their companions’ policy agendas. Wyoming first lady Jennie Gordon has unveiled the issue she wants to tackle: childhood food insecurity and hunger.
World travel, free gear and silver screens may make the life of a professional skier seem like a charmed life — and in a lot of ways it is. But behind every movie segment and sponsored social media post, there is, at best, a lot of hard work and patience and, at worst, disappointments and injuries.
When Dina Mishev discovered Tim Cahill’s writing in the late ’90s, she knew she was going to make a career out of travel writing. In the years since, she has done exactly that. Just last month she was in Ladakh, India tracking snow leopards for this Sunday’s travel section in The Washington Post.
Photographer Howie Garber will kick off Teton County Library’s Mountain Story series tonight at the Teton County Library Alta Branch.
Recovering from an ACL injury six years ago, Nancy Leon found time to begin putting a website together about the Tetons’ Nordic skiing offerings.
Team Rubicon’s website uses terms like “deployment” and “operation.” And the gray T shirts its members wear look like training uniforms, giving the nonprofit a strong, edgy attitude that invokes the military’s aesthetic.
Mike Super is set to once again mystify an all-ages audience when he returns to Jackson after several years to perform a new show at 7 p.m. Sunday at the Center for the Arts.
On Thursday, New York City-based streetwear and sneaker retailer Kith will reveal its new winter fashion line, “Kith Jackson,” at a pop-up shop at the Caldera House in Teton Village.
Branko Zagar, alpine program director for the Jackson Hole Ski and Snowboard Club, is in his third year of organizing races for the organization. Though the club is small, it’s set to pull off 41 race days this season, including December’s Western Region Open FIS Tech.
As snow piles up on the slopes, one thing is becoming clear: Ski season is here. But for many, jumping back onto the slopes can be a daunting proposition given the months of summer rust and a load of holiday weight.
It was Monday morning and Donnie Rodgers had just gotten off the phone. Thanksgiving was three days away and he was extending an invitation.
Adam Fabrikant has skied some of the world’s most ambitious slopes, in far flung countries like Pakistan, Canada and Chile, but he says his favorite range remains the Tetons.
Shed a tear
Teton County Library’s last “Swap Meet” of the season is here.
County Commissioner Natalia D. Macker and Town Councilor Hailey Morton Levinson will send the season of civic engagement off with a discussion of two articles: “To Really Learn, Our Children Need the Power of Play” from The Wall Street Journal and “Why the U.S. Has Long Resisted Universal Child Care” from The New York Times.
‘Swap Meets’ continue
The 2019 specific purpose excise tax election is over, but Jackson residents have two options to continue their civic engagement this week when Teton County Library’s “Swap Meets” continue.
Town Councilor Jonathan Schechter will host the week’s first article-and-discussion session from 6 to 7:30 tonight. His talk will focus on a Stanford Social Innovation Review article, “The Wall Street Takeover of Nonprofit Boards.” That article can be found at TinyURL.com/wallstreetjh
Picture this: You log on to LinkedIn, except it isn’t the LinkedIn you’re used to. Your network is composed entirely of women from around the world sharing their stories, supporting each other and starting businesses.
At 18, not knowing much about whaling, indigenous tribes or Alaska, Bathsheba Demuth left Iowa to train sled dogs in the village of Old Crow in the Yukon, about 30 miles north of the Arctic Circle. Captivated by living north of the circle, Demuth’s interest in the far western part of the Nor…
Did I scare you?
Or, maybe the better question is: Did Haunted Harvest? What about Dancers’ Workshop’s annual “Thriller”-themed Zombie Crawl?
For 16 years the annual Teton County Library Benefit at Four Seasons Resort Jackson Hole has had one of the valley’s best — and maybe only — red carpets.
Energy underpins everything we eat, touch and wear, according to John Hebberger Jr., vice president of the Geologists of Jackson Hole.
￼Dylan McGee, 10, sat with anticipation as the sorting hat was placed on his head. The professor yelled out, “Gryffindor!” and Dylan broke into a wide grin as members of the Gryffindor house erupted into a cheer to welcome their new classmate.
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort doesn’t open for another 36 days, but there’s a good chance you or someone you know has already gotten in first turns for the 2019-20 season.