A gasp of astonishment could be heard from out of the left corner of Blair Garden. It was the sound Lori Clark-Erickson made when she discovered a zucchini the size of a wine bottle sitting at the edge of her garden plot.
At the Pritchard boat ramp in the Bridger-Teton National Forest early Friday morning, 20 women stood in a large circle. Behind them the Snake River slid noisily past. Upon first glance, the unassuming group, still sipping coffee, looked as if the women were prepared for a morning hike.
This is the second installment in a series about how the community has turned to social service providers during the pandemic and how those organizations have stretched resources to meet the unique demand. — Eds.
— This is the first installment in a series of articles in which the Jackson Hole News&Guide looks at how the community has turned to social service providers during the pandemic and how those organizations have stretched resources to meet the unique demand. — Eds.
Geologists of Jackson Hole invite you to explore the history of the galaxy, from the Big Bang 13.8 billion years ago through time and space to today.
Like every issue of Jackson Hole Magazine, this summer’s shares ideas for adventures around the valley, from culinary to climbing, along with reporting about important wildlife and environmental issues.
Over three cold fall days last year, Rob Gipson’s Wyoming Game and Fish Department crew went through the motions of sampling the trout that swim the Snake River. The river stretch sampled oscillates annually — this time it was Moose to Wilson — but it’s a routine operation that relies on ele…
Natalie Yates, a self-proclaimed motherhood photographer and Jackson resident of one year, took a growing trend into her own hands a few months ago. After noticing the nationwide #frontporchproject pop up on Instagram in March, she applied it to the Jackson community.
As with most everything else in 2020, Mother’s Day brunch at the Senior Center of Jackson Hole looked different. But that’s not to say it was any less special.
After nearly a two-month delay, Girl Scouts in local troops have been cleared to begin delivering cookies starting May 15.
Cloth mask: check.
Disrobe and shower post-shopping: check.
Cynthia Hogan has her grocery shopping protocol down, something learned from dozens of hours shopping to stock the Quarantine Cuisine pantry, located inside the shuttered Rendezvous Bistro.
The “God is Love” sign that weighed “like, I don’t know — 400 pounds” was pulled from the Rev. Jimmy Bartz’s garage early Sunday morning.
Jackson Hole ranchers are contributing their generations of knowledge to take over child care duties for people who are being reminded of the stark horror of parenthood.
More than 80 cast members age 8 to 18 from Teton County schools spent almost two months perfecting the Off Square Theatre Company’s production of “The Music Man Jr.”