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Just a couple of years ago, the future of the historic downtown block that is home to the Van Vleck home, now Cafe Genevieve, was up in the air: Developers had targeted the valuable parcels for another new hotel, though they had left the door open for someone to pony up to save 1910 home of …

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When St. John’s Health held its grand opening, or “homewarming,” for its new Sage Living senior center a few weeks ago, staffers who that day served as tour guides were eager to point out the many works of art that adorn the walls.

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It’s that time of year again when fraternity boys and bison alike get hot and sweaty trying to crack the code of female attraction.

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Naturally, we drifted toward the longest line and the people awaiting dressed-up corn on the cob, because the longest lines always mean the best, right?

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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.

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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.

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Dressed in her brown Carhartt overalls, and decked out in friendship bracelets and a colorful beaded crown, Jackson Hole Children’s Museum’s Education Director Anna Luhrmann shouted over the sound of whirring drills and hammers, leading her campers in her call-and-response chant signaling fo…

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Tyler Hartz, a firefighter of 16 years and a Wilson Chicken Fry veteran, looked at the line of people wrapped around Stilson parking lot in astonishment. “I’ve never seen the line this long before,” he said. “And this is probably my 12th or 13th chicken fry.”

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Teton County is celebrating its 100th anniversary of incorporation this year. The News&Guide and Teton County Library recently hosted a writing contest for people to envision what Jackson Hole would look like in 100 years. Here are excerpts from some winners.

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Boy Scouts, pancakes in the park and a 40-year-old hot air balloon festival round out the corners of Independence Day in the Tetons. There’s always a little bit of adventure cresting Teton Pass and peering behind the Spud Curtain, an affectionate way to describe the potato fields that still …

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Jackson locals poured through the Rose’s doors wearing flashy colors, glitter and Pride flags to show support for the bar’s LGBTQ Pride-themed night. Partygoers celebrated Pride Month and danced the night away alongside fire breathers and drag queens.

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One day after Kevin Johnson moved to Jackson in 1985, as he was helping a friend paint a house across the street from Snow King, he wondered how he could ski for free in the valley. The project’s contractor happened to be a volunteer patroller for the mountain that loomed above them, and he …

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The documentary begins with the first haunting notes of Billie Holiday’s “Strange Fruit” played over a grainy still of a lynching. Images of a Black man’s back, scarred by whipping, Ku Klux Klan members watching a cross burn and Black sharecroppers follow.

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A stone’s throw from Yellowstone National Park sits the small border town of West Yellowstone, which is usually either buried in snow or swarmed by tourists. But at the end of April, the streets are quiet and locals can peacefully read newspapers on coffee shop porticos.

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“Watch out for badger holes,” said naturalist Joe Lieb on the National Elk Refuge, “and does anyone have bear spray?”

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The sound of splashing water and laughter filled the small kitchen as Isadora played with a rubber ducky during bath time. Her mother, Nara Souza, would wear an apron to protect herself from the splashes, but somehow she always managed to come away with at least one part of her soaked.