Highest. Richest. Wealthiest. Most generous.
There’s an oft-repeated trope about Jackson, and Teton County as a whole, that it is one of the most philanthropic places in the country.
The word “nonprofit” has become basically synonymous with “charity” in popular usage, but that is an oversimplification. It’s true that 501(c)(3)s — the bastions of philanthropic giving — comprise the bulk of the nonprofit universe, but the category contains a long list of lesser-known cousins.
In 2007, Colorado had a problem.
Make sure not to sit on the reading pillows in Kelly Keefe’s first grade classroom. Visitors might be shell-shocked to learn there could be a …
A border collie/Aussie mix named Chase gives Christine Glasgow a warm and fuzzy wakeup greet…
Before she came to the valley to work at the Jackson Animal Hospital, Jules Bell never had t…
Billows of breath clouded the air before the bundled volunteers as they huddled to prep for …
Voters can cast their ballots at any of five polling places on Election Day. These vote centers (see above map) will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.:
• Teton County Library
• Teton County/Jackson Rec Center
• Old Wilson Schoolhouse
• Teton County Weed and Pest
• Alta Branch Library
Candidates for state auditor have made improving government transparency part of their campaign platform. The state auditor’s office is facing criticism from groups that have requested financial and spending data and been charged high fees and met with a slow response.
Twenty-five steers weighing a combined 30,314 pounds were paraded, admired, bid on and sold Friday at the Teton County Fair, but the surprise …
Sheriff Manny’s head comes about to the waist of a full-grown man.