Nosy barkers

Trained working dogs are helping Weed and Pest find and remove noxious, invasive plants in the area.

See Valley cover.

Events pro

Chamber of Commerce Events Director Britney Magleby says her job is sometimes like herding cats, but she loves the energy and appreciates the positive impact events have on the community.

See Valley, page 9B.

Virtual Old Bill’s

Old Bill’s Fun Run won’t be an in-person event, but organizers are encouraging nonprofits and their supporters to get in the spirit with solo or small-group runs, costumes and a scavenger hunt.

See Scene, page 2B.

Big sale

Town Square land occupied by Mountain Trails, Moo’s and Orsetto has sold. Realtors involved with the transaction said the buyer doesn’t have plans to redevelop the property.

See Business, page 7C.

Starbucks signs off

Starbucks on Town Square closed without telling anyone why. Some employees have already migrated to the locally owned Cowboy Coffee.

See Business, page 7C.

Football finds a way

Last Friday, the Broncs football team bounced back from a sloppy first half to defeat the Bear Lake Bears, 20-8 at home.

See Sports cover.

Volleyball gets a win

Following back-to-back losses to Lander Valley, the Broncs volleyball team secured its first win of the young season this past Saturday, defeating Teton High, 3-0.

See Sports cover.

Fall Arts Fest is here

Twelve days of creative celebration start today as the 37th annual Fall Arts Festival gets underway. The schedule includes favorites like the Western Design Conference, Palates and Palettes, and the QuickDraw. See the Scene section for a rundown of events, and the special Fall Arts Festival supplement is inserted in copies of the News&Guide on newsstands today.

See special supplement.

Jennifer Dorsey is chief copy editor for the News&Guide and one of the editors for local articles printed in the Jackson Hole Daily.

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