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We posted Luna here about a month ago, but can you believe she still needs a home?

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The 2020 Youth Philanthropy Program, operating under the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole, is granting $20,000 to local nonprofits. The program, designed to give students from the local high schools an opportunity to do philanthropy work, chose 17 nonprofits this year.

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Give a unit of blood to save lives

St. John’s Episcopal Church has teamed up with the Red Cross for a blood drive from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.

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Helping paws

Those in need of financial support for their pets — be it money for food, for emergency boarding or to cover a spay/neuter surgery — have a new resources to tap into.

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Approached by a black bear, an antler hunter from Rexburg, Idaho, climbed a tree in the Bridger-Teton National Forest and perched there for nearly four hours. He had a GPS device to pinpoint where he was and a cellphone to call a buddy. Search and Rescue crews found him about a mile southeast of Teton Valley Ranch in Kelly.

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Free food for Fido (and Fluffy)

Pet Place Plus and Teton Tails have recently started offering free dog food to pet owners experiencing tough times during the COVID-19 shutdown.