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When Christian Beckwith is feeling cooped up and stressed by the middle of a workday, he looks to move his legs.

Spring is around the corner, which means it is time for the 38th Annual Jackson Hole Home Sh…

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Riley Thoubboron, Kirsta Tortorice, Tyler Hunter and Emily Mulvey, all of Boulder, Colorado, build a snowman on frozen-over Taggart Lake last Sunday. With spring-like weather expected to continue, Taggart may not stay frozen for long.

The Jackson Town Council will convene Monday evening for its first meeting since March 15.

Wyoming Tribune Eagle Managing Editor Brian Martin will hold a two-part online discussion about the book “Them: Why We Hate Each Other — And How to Heal” by Republican Nebraska Sen. Ben Sasse, part of an effort to address deep political divisions in the United States.

Ya ha recibido dos dosis de la vacunas COVID-19 o la vacuna de una inyección de Johnson y Johnson. Ya han pasado 14 días, y sus anticuerpos han aumentado.

You’ve got two doses of the COVID-19 vaccines or the one-shot Johnson & Johnson dose. It’s been 14 days, and your antibodies are built up.

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — A judge on Friday delayed a decision on whether the Dakota Access Oil pipeline should be shut down while the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers conducts an environmental review on the project, after lawyers for the pipeline asked for more time to outline the effects of recent…

GENEVA (AP) — Sarah Lewis is out to make a surprising comeback in sports politics, declaring herself a candidate to become the first female president of the International Ski Federation only six months after being fired from her role as secretary general.

(AP) — Athletes, coaches and advocates are calling on the NCAA to act in response to state laws banning transgender athletes from competing in organized sports.

AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) — Justin Rose was happy enough to still have the lead Friday at the Masters, even if only by a fraction on a day when Augusta National was more forgiving and he had to rally just to shoot par.

The chief medical examiner who ruled George Floyd’s death a homicide testified Friday that the way police held him down and compressed his neck “was just more than Mr. Floyd could take,” given the condition of his heart.

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