Jackson Hole, WY News

  • 0

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit and the world starting closing things down — like so many lights turning off in the dark — Jackson Hole braced …

Andi Lewis, owner of ALL Body Therapy, and fellow Jackson Hole natives and physical therapists Dr. Sarah Fallon and Dr. Emily Smith, all have a strong passion to provide the best care for their patients.

The Bank of Jackson Hole, the community’s longest-running locally operated bank, prides itself on its ties with the community.

Boost Healing takes a unique, holistic approach to assist its patients with becoming the healthiest they can be, inside and out.

For years, Samantha Danahy, owner of In Place, a professional organizing and home management business, wished she had an easy option to provide her clients to consign their home furnishings. Too many nice pieces were going to waste.

Your first introduction to Classic Air Medical could be as their team is about to save your life. As an air medical transport company, that is the heart of their work.

The Persephone empire is once again expanding.

Respect. Trust. Integrity.

Dancers’ Workshop has a simple mission: “Let us move you.”

Recent high school graduate Jack McClelland has always had a passion for both entrepreneurial endeavors and dogs. When he and his family moved to Jackson from Atlanta, Georgia, a few months ago, he decided to combine his passions by starting his own business: Doody Busters.

Two years ago, Scott Northrop got a drone as a birthday present. The first time he flew it, he knew he had something more than a toy — he had a business concept.

The Elk Refuge Inn, perched high on a hill overlooking the National Elk Refuge and Sleeping Indian, is a lot more than what you might imagine or remember it to be. In fact, on TripAdvisor, it’s rated 7th out of Jackson’s fourty hotels.

Created through a strong partnership between the Town of Jackson, Teton County and Lower Valley Energy, Energy Conservation Works wants to support businesses to reduce costs and energy consumption by utilizing energy audits, business loans and utility rebates.

This past January, Susan Eriksen-Meier celebrated a major milestone as her consulting company (EMC) turned 10. As she reflected back on her years of happy clients, completed projects and many lessons learned, another milestone unpredictably swept in in the form of a global pandemic that upen…

Fox Creek Heating, an HVAC company serving Jackson and Teton Valley, Idaho, continues to expand as it prioritizes customer service, high-quality products and energy-saving technology in every aspect of its business.

Jackson Hole mom Caitlin Iseler’s new company is bringing the “happy” to parents, not just in the valley but in more than 30 cities nationwide.

Finances can be intensely personal.

  • Updated

Looking at the area’s mountain streams, rivers and lakes, it’s easy to think that the waters are as pristine as the scenery surrounding them. Unfortunately, nutrient pollution in the valley’s waterways is increasing, degrading water quality and threatening the health of insects, fish, wildli…

Even before the COVID pandemic hit, Madelaine German was already exploring ways to make her music studio a digitally accessible experience.

It’s no secret that dogs don’t love baths. And if you’ve ever had to wash your dog at home, you also know it’s no easy — or clean — task.

For nearly nine years, Pizzeria Caldera has brought a taste of Italy to Jackson Hole with its thin-crust, Napoletana-style pizzas. Now, said Chris Hansen, who owns the pizzeria with his wife, Miga Rossetti, the country can get a taste of Jackson Hole as Caldera launches a frozen pizza busine…

If there was ever a time for a cleaning service to shine, this is surely it. And Premier Green Cleaning has stepped up to the plate in spades.

Revive-A-Rug Cleansing & Repair owners Joe and Lisa Roberts focus on delivering the best possible results with each artisan-quality rug cleaning and repair they perform for customers in Wyoming, Idaho and Montana.

A new venue for art has opened up in downtown Jackson, but owner Shari Brownfield is wary to call it a gallery.

For decades, skiers and ’boarders and visitors of all types at Teton Village who took ill or took a bad spill on the mountain have been able to go (or be taken) to the Clinic at Teton Village, operated by St. John’s Health in the Cody House, right next to the Bridger Gondola.

After years of planning and fundraising, construction of Sage Living is well underway and the facility is slated to open in summer of 2021.

For some who suffer from sleep apnea, a sleep disorder where breathing stops and starts throughout the night, a CPAP machine, is life changing. But it doesn’t work for everyone.

Bruce and Dawn Bollinger are the newest real estate agents in town.

More than 20 years ago, when Elisa Chambers first launched her interior design firm, Snake River Interiors, there weren’t many (if any) home furnishing or accessory stores in Jackson. This was particularly true when it came to unique, high-end furnishings, antiques and home accessories that …

Dan Tolson pretty much grew up on a golf course. With his dad a superintendent at golf clubs in Montana and Colorado, Dan decided at an early age to follow in his father’s footsteps.

Everyone knows that with the immense beauty of living in Jackson, at some point comes the realization that the services available in other towns are not always so readily available here. 

Western Medical Equipment in Jackson is now certified to bill Medicare after successfully completing the Medicare accreditation process.

The past 10 years of Y2 Consultants can be summed up in one word: growth.

Most Popular

Get up-to-the-minute news sent straight to your device.


Developing and Breaking News



Today In Jackson