David Loy is a Republican and Cindy Budge is a Democrat. They met for the first time last month and talked about their lives and the experiences that shaped them.
It is one of 25 discussions through a new KHOL program, where people with different political beliefs come together and find common ground.
Three locals reflect on the growth of Pride Month in Jackson and their hopes for the future.
Zumel supports Jackson residents who face financial and cultural challenges. She is often behind the scenes helping people get credit, a bank account and educational opportunities through her work with One22.
A rancher, a musician, and a behind-the-scenes advocate selected for their work helping the community.
Individuals were recognized for helping lost and injured people, making sure our drinking water is safe and keeping the music alive.
More than 40 people gathered to share their work and process emotions during National Poetry Month.
It’s one of three artworks recently commissioned by JH Public Art by artists with ties to Jackson’s sister city in Tlaxcala, Mexico.
The company’s Natalia Macker and local youth performers discuss “The Sound of Music” and sing one of its timeless songs.