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Just days left to comment on experimental nuclear tech in Eastern Idaho
People have until March 31 to submit their thoughts for the testing of what’s known as “molten chloride fast reactor” technology.
Beef up your bins before they become bear breakfast
A new ordinance goes into effect April 1 to get bear-resistant trash cans. But it may not be a cheap or easy process.
Wyoming’s recent abortion ban is reversed — for now
A Teton County district judge questioned state lawmakers’ recent move to define abortion as “not healthcare.”
Bathed to the bone: This new cremation method uses water instead of flame
Alkaline hydrolysis is growing in popularity, especially among those who see its low-emissions process as an environmentally-friendly alternative to traditional flame cremation.
Teton County helps lead other rural communities in environmental stewardship
Efforts to create a “Mountain Neighbor Handbook” are popping up in places from Big Horn County, Wyoming to Truckee, California.
‘An impossible choice’: Teton county doctor cancels abortion appointments amid ban
Wyoming’s ‘Life is a Human Right’ act went into effect Sunday. It could be blocked in the courts this week.
Legal challenge filed in Teton County to halt abortion ban
Governor Mark Gordon said Friday night he would let the ban on most abortions become law this weekend without his signature.
Special Olympics brings athletes back together in Jackson for Winter Games
This week’s games were an opportunity for athletes to see their friends from across the region after a three-year hiatus.
KHOL’s first music director, Brad Desmond, reflects on station’s early days
Desmond helped recruit volunteer DJs back when the station was founded in 2008 and make KHOL what it is today.
OAKK brings dynamic DJ set to Jackson’s Intergalactic Ball
Producer and DJ Cole Edwards (OAKK) discusses his production style, inspiration and what its like to play at big-time music festivals like Bass Coast and
On Set: The smallest Avenger finally gets a big plot, and a major adversary
KHOL film critic Jeff Counts reviews Marvel Studios’ “Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania,” with a close look at a new mega-villain.
Off Square Theatre students rejuvenate a classic with “The Sound of Music”
The company’s Natalia Macker and local youth performers discuss “The Sound of Music” and sing one of its timeless songs.
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