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Brad Boner


Brad Boner has directed the News&Guide’s visuals since 2004 and worked as a photojournalist for more than 20 years. He lives on the west side of the Tetons with his wife, two kids, two grumpy cats and an old blue heeler, Sadie.

The first skiers of the 2020-21 ski season ride the Dreamcatcher Lift on Friday during Grand Targhee Resort’s first day of operations at the w…

After a member of his immediate family tested positive for the coronavirus, Sheriff Matt Carr had to quarantine in his Teton Village house. “I…


The Jackson Broncs’ football season came up just short of a state title as the team lost 33-13 in the championship game Saturday in Cody.

Vice President Joe Biden, center, cruises through the Lunch Counter Rapid in August 2014 during a whitewater rafting trip down the Grand Canyo…

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After the Japanese bombed the U.S. Navy at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, Jacksonite Jim Richards enlisted.

Two months after starting a routine picking up garbage along Highway 22, Spring Gulch Road and Highway 380, Renée Glick and her 13-year-old da…

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Supporters of President-elect Joseph Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris celebrate after the presidential race was called in their fa…


Voters turned out in droves across Teton County for the general election on Tuesday, November 3. The Teton County Clerk's Office reported an u…

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Brad Boner

Hi, Jak. A photograph appeared on the front page of the the Sept. 15 Jackson Hole Daily from this event, and the caption for that photo told readers to refer to the Sept. 16 edition of the Jackson Hole News&Guide (our weekly newspaper) for a story. Here's a link to that story: https:/…

Brad Boner

Hi, Ken. Here's the story we published in today's Jackson Hole News&Guide: https://www.jhnewsandguide.com/news/cops_courts/a-rally-for-the-good-cops-group-gathers-on-town-square-for-pro-police-rally/article_54ba4938-02cf-5234-a719-75189914137a.html

Brad Boner

Hi, Ken. Thanks for the question. The man in the photograph was being very vocal about his support for the president. Moments after this photograph was made he turned to me and shouted "Film this," pointing to his shirt and hat. It was clearly the message he was sending while engaging wit…

Brad Boner

Hi Richard. Drones are definitely illegal in national parks. I took this photograph from an airplane in 2016.

Brad Boner

Hi Ken. We received information from GTNP on April 17 about the citations to the skiers who violated the backcountry closures and wrote a story that day:


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