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One Eyed Jack tends to get himself into trouble.

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Huck is your normal Jackson boy, just maybe a little bit more handsome.

Graduation

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The Jackson Hole Rodeo is an action packed event, featuring fast horses, gnarly bulls and br…

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When it comes to rodeo fashion there are rules. From the crease in your hat to the shape of …

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There’s a lot of ranch in the rodeo.

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It’s a familiar feeling for newcomers and tourists: huffing and puffing up a mountain, feeli…

Home Show

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Just eight years ago the Greater Yellowstone Coalition was dealt a legal victory acclaimed by many conservationists and wildlife advocates: Gr…

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Conservation has always been a cornerstone of Jackson Hole history. Likewise, it has always been a catalyst for controversy, not because of its meaning and purpose, but through its implementation. Whether someone proposes a commercial development, is trying to expand recreational opportunities or wanting to solve transportation’s Gordian knot, one can bet the effort will run right up against someone’s conservation values.

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Directing the upstart Teton Science School back in 1967, environmental educator Ted Major ha…

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Hard work, a lot of long days and a Yorkshire pig named Squirts won 10-year-old Sawyer Mitchell the Grand Champion Showmanship ribbon.

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The media does its fair share of dragging people through the mud (or so it’s said), so it se…

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The imposing Budweiser Clydesdales — Pride, Prince, Red, Al and Andy, to name some — stood l…

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Homesteaders and early pioneers of Jackson Hole were incredibly hardy and self-sufficient.

Town of Jackson Centennial

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The Wyoming Constitution allows the state Legislature to invest certain funds — money set aside for the state’s public employee retirement sys…

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At ballot booths Tuesday, Teton County residents will get to choose between a small-business owner and the president of an environmental consulting firm for one contested seat on the Teton Conservation District.

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Teton County voters will help decide Tuesday whether to retain three Wyoming Supreme Court justices, three district court judges and two circuit court judges. If the results of the general election indicate that a judge should not be retained in office, the Judicial Nominating Commission will advertise for applicants to fill the vacancy.

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If passed the general revenue sales tax measure will levy an additional 1 percent of sales t…

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The primary election ballot this year will include a specific purpose excise tax question. If approved the tax will raise $6 million to stabil…

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Aside from precinct committeemen and -women, Teton County voters will see just four names ru…