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There’s probably only one place on Earth where an aspiring author can get expert advice and inspiration on writing and publishing from some of the hottest novelists, poets, agents and editors on the scene for just $300.

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Various species of trout run rampant throughout the Northern Rockies, but changes in streamflow and water temperatures, some of the results of anthropogenic climate change, stand to alter that.

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Survivors of sexual assault seldom have the opportunity to tell their stories and free themselves from that life-altering moment. Jackson Hole theater company Riot Act Inc. stands to change that.

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Sexual-assault survivors seldom have the opportunity to tell their stories — to free themselves from that life-altering moment. Riot Act Inc., Jackson Hole’s community-driven theater company, stands to change that.

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JenTen Productions is providing free streaming of the “Hearts of Glass” documentary film to the greater Teton community now through April 17.

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Survivors of sexual assault seldom have the opportunity to tell their stories and free themselves from that life-altering moment. Jackson Hole theater company Riot Act Inc. stands to change that.

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Sexual-assault survivors seldom have the opportunity to tell their stories — to free themselves from that life-altering moment. Riot Act Inc., Jackson Hole’s community-driven theater company, stands to change that.

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Competitors in the Pole Pedal Paddle race are used to persevering: Through spring snow squalls that seem to hit with some regularity, through logistical challenges of managing gear for four or five different sports, through the typically stiff Wyoming wind on the cycling and river legs in pa…

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There may be a Rocky Mountain town that offers better access to more backcountry terrain than Jackson Hole, but you’d better prepare for a fierce debate if you want to nominate one.

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Babsi Zangerl and Jacopo Larcher’s first date was going surprisingly well. It was looking like they were going to spend the night together — albeit rappelling 28 rope lengths down a sheer rock face.

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The tools of the modern alpinist have changed so much over the past 40 years that many are unrecognizable when compared with the objects that they evolved from. Waffled polyester has replaced wool, bent shaft carbon fiber ice tools are used in the stead of steel axes, and colorful camming de…

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John Long is perhaps most famous for claiming the first one-day ascent of the Nose on El Capitan in Yosemite National Park, with Jim Bridwell and Billy Westbay, on Memorial Day 1975. But even during his heavily chronicled years as an acid-dropping, free-climbing member of Yosemite Valley’s “…

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As one who follows her work might expect, Dina Mishev was traveling on March 11 when the first case of the novel coronavirus was confirmed in Wyoming.

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Scientists and students studying the physical Earth in Yellowstone still don’t know what to make of the sudden spurt of activity at Steamboat Geyser, but they have been testing some theories.

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In a time when people are taking stock of their tolerance for isolation, one writer participating in Teton County Library's 2021 Mountain Story series will try to shed light on perhaps the ultimate hermit.

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When Irene Yee decided to create an Instagram account called @ladylockoff (fortunately she passed on @flaggingfloozy) in 2014 she noticed a marked lack of climbers who looked like her on the platform.

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Fear and punishment keep many away from breaking the rules. But as the storytellers at Teton County Library’s Cabin Fever Story Slam revealed last week, rule-breaking also can be an essential and healthy part of life.