What started as a move from California in the 1970s helped spawn the rise of the pricey adventure experience in the Tetons.
Recent Stories by Natalie Schachar
Pieces to a puzzle: Idaho’s Teton Valley draws a roadmap to address its child care crisis
A new group is creating collaboratives to help parents and children in the child care desert.
Teton Valley bids farewell to beloved Nordic ski race
Racers participated in the 20th and final Teton Ridge Classic, which was cancelled due to declining participation numbers.
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort opens amid disappointment over pass cost, availability
Season passes to Teton Village sold out in August as the resort continues to manage capacity on the lifts.
Amid child care desert, Teton Valley eyes new daycare facility
Driggs Mayor August Christensen spoke to KHOL about the new child care facility proposal and what’s at stake for families.
Author Tom Turiano to Update Landmark Backcountry Ski Guidebook
The explorer and author talked to KHOL about the forthcoming new edition of his regional guidebook, “Select Peaks of Greater Yellowstone.”
In Wydaho, Skiing and Snowboarding May Reign—but Hockey Captures Hearts
Rec. leagues in Jackson Hole and Teton Valley continue to build community both on and off the ice.
Juanita’s Market Offers a Taste of Mexico in Victor
The new Mexican-style grocery store opened in Teton Valley last summer offers another option for local Latino customers.