The Wilsons

Callaway Wilson, 9, practices on a mechanical bull on Sunday at the Wilson family home.

Care about the events and issues that impact life in Jackson Hole? Here are highlights from 10 can't-miss stories in this week's Jackson Hole News&Guide, on newsstands and online today:

All kids need camp

Jackson Hole Therapeutic Riding recently gave kids with disabilities a chance to simply be kids at summer camp.

Tuned up

Daniela Botur calms the mind with crystal sound meditations in a chic tipi with Teton views.

Young and tough

Callaway Wilson may be just 9 years old, but that doesn’t stop him from riding bulls. He took a kick to the head in his Friday ride and had to sit out the rest of the weekend. But by Sunday, the youngest of the Wilson family was ready to get back on the mini bull.

Fall sports begin

Jackson tennis and golf teams kicked off this week with the boys tennis team looking to defend its state championship, and golf program staring down a big opportunity: moving up to 4A.

Good dough

A young business called Sticks and Stones Cookie Co. is selling take-and-bake cookie dough that comes in an unadulterated granny style and in a modern version — one that includes CBD.


With a new studio in Jackson’s Marriott the fast-growing fitness empire is now in all 50 states. News&Guide Editor Johanna Love gave the workout a try.

Take a walk

Galleries open their doors this week for the Jackson Hole Gallery Association’s monthly art walk, a way for art aficionados of appreciate fine works with wine and snacks in hand.

A family affair

The Wood Brothers grew up listening to their dad, Bill, play music around the house. Now that Oliver Wood is a father himself, he’s learned a few things he’s bringing to the stage.

A weekend of strings

Did you make it to Grand Targhee Bluegrass Festival? If not (even if so) check out the highlights of the weekend festival.

For these articles and more, visit for online access or pick up a copy of today's issue on newsstands around town. 

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