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While the Thanksgiving holiday feels different in the shadow of the COVID-19 pandemic, with smaller gatherings and even smaller turkeys, the Jackson Hole community still looks at the glass as half full.

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With the snow showing no signs of stopping, Teton County Search and Rescue, Jackson Hole Babe Force and the Rendezvous R Park are teaming up to host the Backcountry Zero Series for Winter Mountain Safety, Education and Awareness.

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Coming soon to the airwaves of Teton County, a new project from Jackson Hole Community Radio, KHOL 89.1, titled “Voices of Jackson,” is seeking out the stories of everyday community members and taking a snapshot of their lives during the tumultuous year of 2020.

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The saying “practice makes perfect” has many applications — whether you’re perfecting your skill in a sport, learning to play an instrument or, perhaps, developing proficiency in a second language.

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Elves, ogres, warrior women and flesh-eating gelatin molds will take the stage this week in the first full-length production of Riot Act’s 18th season: “She Kills Monsters,” by Qui Nguyen.

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In June the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole decided to change Old Bill’s Fun Run, which normally draws a crowd of 3,500 people or more to an all-day event celebrating the valley’s nonprofit community and the philanthropy that powers it, to something in keeping with COVID-19 safety restr…

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Whether a multiday backpacking trip, a short hike on your lunch hour or just a little time spent idling outdoors, encounters with the natural world can improve our sense of well-being.

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Pumpkins of all shapes and sizes await Saturday delivery for Jackson Elementary School Parent Teacher Organization’s biggest fundraiser of the year.

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Temple Grandin — doctor, author, speaker and advocate for animal welfare and autism awareness — is coming soon to a library near you (virtually, that is).

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Take a long look at the night sky. Stepping out into the darkness, it may take a minute for your eyes to adjust — but as they do, more and more celestial bodies will reveal themselves: planets, stars, galaxies, probably a meteor or two if you wait. Set up a telescope or use binoculars and yo…

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Looking for 400 or so pounds of right-handed elk antlers, slightly used? How about a beautiful 6-by-6 rack with skull cap? Or, if you’ve got a really big project in mind, a trailer full of white antler?

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Billed as a “lively discussion” on the history of how Wyoming and Western states led the nation in winning women the right to vote 100 years ago, the Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum hosts an online lecture Thursday with some expert historians in the field.

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When you think of a prescription, you generally expect a bottle of medication, right? Well, the “apothecary” on exhibit at the Center for the Arts this month offers a different sort of prescription: poetry.