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If you had followed Lost Creek Road to the Diamondfly Ranch last Saturday morning you would have stumbled upon four pairs of kids and their parents completing a variety of seemingly bizarre tasks. 

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July in Jackson Hole means the snow has finally begun to melt, the sun is (usually) out, and red, white and blue abounds. 

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Roy Kerswill painted Teton scenes and Indians and fur trappers and wild animals over four decades, but the Kerswill painting that was seen by the most people is the painting no one has seen for 20 years.

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Sam Johnson was down.

She was having a rough day in the Utah canyonlands, driving her van — it doubles as her home — on the tail end of a weekslong stretch in which she hadn’t seen anyone. Her cat, Zamboni, was ill.

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The students circled round the “watershed trailer.” Some sifted distractedly through the sand and others watched intently as a makeshift river gushed past miniature plastic frogs and otters through the mock riparian ecosystem.

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Volunteers wearing blue latex gloves diligently sorted shelf-stable food into zip-lock bags decorated with characters from “Toy Story” last Thursday at the Hole Food Rescue headquarters.

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Eleven-year-old Landon Holmberg spent the morning at the ElkFest rope bridge, checking off one part of the three parts needed to earn the coveted ElkFest patch.

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The 2019 Bras for a Cause set a record, raising more than $100K for women’s health during the raucous event at the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar.

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YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK— The deep, raspy roars of two grizzly bears battling on their hind legs are audible from hundreds of yards away.

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The Easter bunny hopped all around Jackson Hole over the weekend, leaving eggs at R Park, Town Square and several churches and backyards.

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Flipping through a Girl Scout magazine, 10-year-old Pearl Inman saw a camp where she could pick up survival skills such as saving lives, starting fires, building shelters and practicing self-defense.

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After she moved to Jackson from Tlaxcala, Mexico, nearly two decades ago, Nancy Hernandez taught herself to ski. Even then she realized that the ubiquitous winter pastime was central to the culture.

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Adam Mates refuses to guess how many more days of plowing are ahead before the tall task of clearing Teton Park Road is complete.

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When Ron Scott, Carl Davidson, Bill Townsend and Bill Briggs played their first show together as the Stagecoach Band on Feb. 16, 1969, Aerosmith hadn't been born, ZZ Top, Rush, the Who and the Rolling Stones were still in their (now-relative) infancy.

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Gary Endecott trained for weeks to prepare for his ski competition.

He worked out in the gym over the summer. He skied weekends. On Thursdays this winter he donned a Jackson Hole Mountain Resort host jacket — his first year in the signature red coat.

He’s no stranger to the mountain, the sport or the Special Olympics Wyoming Winter Games.