From broomball to backflips, Jackson’s outdoor ice serves as a stage to many spectacles.
Jeweler Olivia Hackett’s students tightened the circle they had formed around her as she held out the long silver wires that were to be cut, filed, hammered, bent and soldered into turquoise-bezel rings.
A rumor circulating around Tetonia, Idaho, has it that the town of 400 or so at the north end of Teton Valley is the “Snowplane Capital of the World” — and it might very well be true.
Since 1982, Colorado cartoonist Rob Pudim has been bringing his humor to the opinion pages of this newspaper. It’s a longstanding tradition to print some of his most popular ’toons with a handful of the best quotes of the year. Enjoy!
The spirit of Ol’ St. Nicholas is marked with charity, kindness and generosity, all of which can be found in the unassuming hands and hearts of volunteers, nonprofits, local businesses and donors. As we head deep into the soul of this holiday season, there is still plenty of magic yet to giv…
In the fantastical Cinderella world envisioned and brought to life by Dancers’ Workshop, the fairy godmother employs an intern and Prince Charming isn’t all he’s cracked up to be.
The woman who stood for three hours just inside the entrance of the Four Seasons’ Cottonwood ballroom wearing a 20-inch-tall headpiece and a skirt that held 48 flutes of champagne wore comfortable shoes. The skirt, really a metal skeleton worn over a poufy, princess-y skirt, included tiny, h…
After three years apart, including a COVID-19 pandemic-caused yearlong delay, the Town of Jackson was finally able to reunite recently with its sister.
It was Feb. 23, 1970, the season was starting to turn from fall to winter in the frozen ocean surrounding Antartica, and Joe Burke started his diary entry with three words.
While the traditional All Hallows’ Eve was dampened (OK, soaked) with rain, the tradition of trick-or-treating on Town Square was held Friday under clear skies. From monsters to princesses to gumball machines, see the creative costumes and festive spirit in this photo gallery.
PAINTBRUSH DIVIDE — Soaked in sweat after a long, sunny day’s hike, Brock Foster surveyed a section of the Teton Crest Trail that’s become all too familiar during his tenure at Grand Teton National Park.
On Feb. 1, Missoula, Montana, natives Kurt and Stephanie Jagielow were glued to the Recreation.gov reservation page, anxiously tapping the refresh button for a chance at a Jenny Lake campsite.
There were all sorts of fun and games at this year’s Teton County Fair, but anyone who went into the livestock barn between Wednesday and the weekend — especially during Friday night’s livestock auction — could clearly see that a lot of fair entrants were all business.
Even when the rides are turned off and the main stage lies empty, the fair keeps humming. Ravioli and Sparkles (the in-house clowns) walk around cracking jokes; the 4-H shows go on; vendors keep the funnel cake frying.
Meg Forelli held her place in the front row, dancing and singing along, sometimes arm in arm with friends, as the Jamestown Revival serenaded fairgoers Wednesday.
This year marks the 150th anniversary of the famous Hayden Expedition, a trek that captured the imaginations of the American public and played an essential role in establishing Yellowstone as a national park.