It’s indoor track season at Jackson Hole High School — even if indoor track season is over in Wyoming.
Competition and emotions heated up quickly at Jackson Elementary School last week as third, fourth and fifth graders competed in the annual spelling bee.
If Snow King Mountain Resort’s unsung heroes are its groomers, its unsung hazard for late-night skiers is the winch cat, a groomer supported by a high-tension cable.
The deadbolt clicked on the front door Friday evening.
The largest group of Eagle Scouts the county has ever seen was inducted Jan. 29 at Teton County Library.
We accidentally ran last week’s clues with this week’s New York Times crossword puzzle on page 18B. Here are the correct clues for puzzle number 0129.
Keith Benefiel used to have a semitruck deliver six cords of wood to his house a winter: 768 cubic feet of pine.
While skiers sleep, the unsung heroes of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort work all night to create pristine, glistening corduroy with no lumps and hard bumps.
In a world of “digital fast” and ever-moving storylines and news alerts, is there a place for the still image, the art and craft of journalism? Sure, we love beautiful images that define the wonder and majesty of our little corner of the Great Yellowstone region. And who doesn’t love to see …
New York City may have Times Square and the dropping of the New Year’s ball, but Jackson celebrates New Year’s with an iconic half-century-old tradition that thrills the entire town.
The annual Santa letters section of the paper always feels cute and lovely and wholesome. But what we love so much about the annual tradition is the snapshot in time these pieces of work provide from the some of our youngest community members.
There are a lot of things Jackson is known for — the mountains, the skiing, the billionaires — but there’s also some old-fashioned Jackson that comes to our neighborhoods and the Town Square at Christmastime, highlighting the spirit of the season.
AFTON — It’s been 39 years since the Jackson Broncs won back-to-back state 3A basketball titles, their only hoops championships in school history. Could it happen again?
The Jackson Broncs Alpine teams did what they do best when the calendar turns to March: win state.
The Broncs hope the losing is out of their system.
More isn’t always better, but it certainly is when it comes to state wrestling tournaments.
It began on a Wednesday in mid-October, a young man having the courage to stand and address the Teton County school board and tell them what it would mean to the community to have a boys’ swim team at Jackson Hole High School.
The Jackson Hole High boys’ basketball team was 0-for-February as Green River took a 5-0 lead on Saturday in the Broncs’ gym. But this was Senior Day, the last home game for six seniors who are part of the best 4A team in school history, and they had no intention of letting this one slip away.
If there’s a high school ski team somewhere out there in Wyoming that can beat the Jackson Broncs Alpine teams, they’re doing a good job of hiding.
The disappointment was palpable.
In just its first season as an official team, the Jackson Hole High School boys’ swimming team will take seven student-athletes to the Wyoming State Swim and Dive Championships on Feb. 17-18 in Gillette.
The Jackson Hole Moose U18 varsity hockey team found out last weekend what it already knew: Repeating as Wyoming Amateur Hockey Association champions later this month will not be easy.
A loss, a win and game postponed by too much snow in a place known for the powdery stuff.
It seemed like it was over before it began.
The Jackson Hole High School wrestling team wasn’t exactly out for blood at its only home dual meet of the season last Thursday in the Broncs’ gym, but that’s what it got in some of its matches.
After three straight Wyoming Amateur Hockey League titles, the Jackson Moose U19 squad was fit to be tied this past weekend at Snow King Sports and Events Center.
A horde of Jackson Hole Ski and Snowboard Club members descended on the Soldier Hollow Nordic Center southeast of Salt Lake City last weekend, many of them racing to top-10 finishes.
It might have been Friday the 13th, but all the luck went the way of the Jackson Broncs boys’ basketball team on Friday night in Pinedale.
Next Game: The Broncs play at Pinedale at 7:30 p.m. Friday night. Stream the game live on the NFHSNetwork.com or the JHHS Basketball Facebook page.
A little slice of sports history happened Saturday in Jackson.
Sean Shockley likened it all to the “royal game.”
Last year Jackson Broncs Alpine skiers not only won their latest in a long string of state team titles, the boys took the top six spots at state in the giant slalom and the girls took the top five. They were perhaps the deepest teams he’s ever had in 20 years of coaching the Broncs, head coa…
The Jackson Hole Moose U18 boys varsity hockey team took one game and lost three this past weekend at the Holiday Classic in Missoula, Montana.
One way to get better is to go against the best.
They got redemption, as well as the best start to a Jackson boys basketball season in 16 years.
The Jackson Hole Moose U18 boys hockey team didn’t win a game at last weekend’s Bozeman Cup, but they gained more valuable experience before resuming play in the Wyoming Amateur Hockey Association come January.
As the saying goes, once is happenstance and twice is a coincidence.
They didn’t win the one they wanted most, but they also didn’t let fifth-ranked Sheridan beat them twice.
You might say the 11 members of the Jackson Hole High School boys swim and dive team got their feet — and the rest of themselves, too — wet this past weekend in Rawlins.
The Jackson Hole High School Nordic ski team got its season underway last Friday and Saturday at the Laramie Invite.
When it seemed like maybe it was all too much, coach Sean Shockley asked the girls at halftime of one of the games to raise a hand “if this is your first varsity experience?”
They don’t have enough varsity wrestlers to compete at a team level yet, but there were certainly bright spots for Jackson Hole High School at the Evanston Invitational wrestling tournament last weekend, Broncs coach Ryan Castagno said.
The last time Jackson Hole won a state title in basketball, Broncs head coach Hayden Hatfield hadn’t been born yet.
Sean Shockley knows what he’s gotten himself into. He’s been here before.
The numbers are going in the right direction.
Hunter Scott’s commute to swim practice will be shorter this year. Much shorter.
The Jackson Hole boys U18 Moose hockey team swept a pair of games from Yellowstone in Cody over the weekend to move to 9-3 for the season.
Jade Ridgway’s passion for volleyball is often written on her face. She gives that fist pump and exults with her teammates after each and every kill.
The defending state champion Jackson Hole Moose boys U18 hockey team moved to 7-3 on the 2022-23 season this past weekend with four straight wins at the Snow King Sports and Events Center.
Between 2004 and 2015, the Jackson Hole High School girls swim and dive team got used to winning state championships. The Broncs won the 3A team title 10 times during that 12-year stretch under head coach Jim Jenkins.
Last season’s Jackson Hole High School boys basketball team won nine times as many games as it did the previous season. The math says another ninefold leap isn’t possible. After all, there are only so many games in a season.
In the end there were tears and hugs and the longing for something more.