A visit to the Mexican state where much of Jackson’s Latino community traces their roots aimed to foster cultural appreciation among students of all backgrounds.
Recent Stories by Emily Cohen
KHOL speaks to veteran ski writer Heather Hansman about her new book, “Powder Days.”
Phil Leeds, former co-owner of Skinny Skis, reflects on the changing outdoor retail industry and four decades as a small business owner in Jackson.
Alyson Spery of the local nonprofit DIY Docs reflects on the connections between Jackson, Wyoming, and Tlaxcala, Mexico.
Volunteers are restoring habitat that was scorched on the hillside behind Jackson’s National Museum of Wildlife Art.
Wild horses are as iconic in the American West as the cowboy. But after this fall, there will be a lot fewer of the animals running free.
Botanist Trevor Bloom is working to understand how climate change is affecting wildflowers and consequently the birds, butterflies, and bears that rely on them for food.
With the snow quickly melting out across the Mountain West, a duo called the Musical Mountaineers will be heading into the hills to play music in some unexpected places.