The hillside along Game Creek Road was coated in telling brown patches of cheatgrass and purple tinges of knapweed.
As has become a September tradition, Town Square filled with runners, walkers and nonprofit donors Saturday for the 23rd annual Old Bill’s Fun Run for Charities.
Four years ago Tasha Ghozali and Rob Goodfellow Sidle met at what, in retrospect, seems like the most likely of places: the Hootenanny.
Preschoolers whose campus was within a few hundred yards of the Saddle Butte Fire crafted a big “Thank you firefighters” banner and hung it on the balcony of the Children’s Learning Center’s Mercill campus.
Angered by critical editorial on his approach to the issue of annexation, Jackson Mayor Sam Clark said he would no longer answer questions from Jackson Hole Guide reporters. “I thought the editorial went a bit too far this time,” he said. “I don’t have anything to say to the Guide now.”
Meet Zeta, an adorable 4-year-old hound mix, who is looking for a home where she can be the sole pet. But as far as people go, Zeta is cool with humans of all ages.
It’s Sept. 8 ... maybe the 9th. Trees are touched with yellow along the river.
Hallie Tomingas and Rellda Guest spent all night worrying about their sons, who had gone out boating the Saturday before their high school graduation party in 1962.
I can’t seem to go anywhere this time of year without being asked, “What kind of winter are we going to have?”
A celebration of life for Teton Village resident Dr. John A. Feagin Jr. is scheduled for 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Sept. 18 at the Calico Restaurant and Bar in Wilson.
A memorial for Jackson resident Laura Simpson has been scheduled for 11 a.m. Saturday at the First Baptist Church.