There’s running. There’s long-distance running. There’s marathon running. There’s ultra-marathon running.
It’s Moose season again. And, no, we’re not talking about the largest member of the deer family, and we’re not talking about that popular club hockey team, either.
Sure, it’s a cliche, but “things don’t always work out as you planned” is certainly a saying the Peacock family of Jackson can relate to this week.
Torin Johnson knew he needed to go big or go you-know-where. So that’s exactly what the 11-year-old Wilson Elementary School student and Jackson Hole Evolution athlete did as he stared down the mountain on his final run on April 4 at Kicking Horse Resort in British Columbia.
The Jackson Giants Post 43 varsity baseball team found the competition it’s been looking for — and then some — at the annual Kirby Drube Memorial Tournament in Gillette over the three-day holiday weekend.
Five Jackson Broncs made the Wyoming Coaches Association all-state soccer teams last week.
ROCK SPRINGS — The last time two teams from the West met in the 4A girls’ soccer final at the state tournament, none of the girls who played in Saturday’s championship match were alive.
The team points were hard to come by for the Jackson Broncs last weekend at the Wyoming 4A State Track and Field Championships in Casper.
The Jackson Giants continue on an upward trajectory, like a big fly headed for the outfield wall.
The recent hullabaloo created from irresponsible Bureau of Reclamation threats to dry up Grand Teton’s Oxbow Bend portion of the Snake River below Jackson Lake Dam interrupted a column sharing a few Bob and Barbara Shervin memories. These tidbits weren’t included in the exceptional Mark Huff…
Years ago I found a piece of nylon cord strung with two hardware-store-style nuts — one large, one small — at the base of Haystack Mountain in the Wind River Range.
A tip: When a country’s high point is in a cloud forest, don’t bother waking up so you can be at that high point for the sunrise.