On an August trip to visit her mother in Tlaxcala, Mexico, Miriam Morillon marched into the mayor’s office with a proposal. She walked out with an ordinance.
Orrin Bonney and Lorraine Gagnon met in a way in keeping with the life they were to live together and the reputation they earned in Wyoming mountaineering.
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.
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.
Hitched-up sled dogs barked and bounded through the National Anthem, excited to be loaded into snow chutes at the Pedigree Stage Stop race. Along the sidelines a small group of kids waited with helmets and goggles on, ready to jump into sleds.
For the past five years Jenny Landgraf and Sally McCullough have warmed up the stage at the annual Teton Serenade. Guitars and picks in hand, the women have harmonized together for years, regularly playing at the weekly Hootenanny in summers and winters.
Nicolle Moyer apologizes for the mess, but mere days after move-in, it’s hard to tell the condo was only just deemed occupiable. A ladder in the hallway and an empty space in the kitchen for a yet-to-arrive dining room table are all that give it away — that, and a boxed electric fireplace si…
In the darkened theater, a hushed crowd of elementary-school students watched as two lanterns hovered past their aisles and drifted onto stage.
The evening started with a glass of wine and a ride up the Bridger Gondola, and the drinks didn’t stop flowing until well after dark.