Catch up on this week’s news about a new carbon offset program, potential changes to short-term rentals in Jackson and Teton County schools’ new performance data.
Miss the headlines this week? Catch up on a climate protest at the Federal Reserve’s recent conference in Jackson Hole, a new sculpture at the Center for the Arts and higher costs for back-to-school supplies.
Miss the headlines this week? Catch up on the latest block to Wyoming’s abortion ban, Teton County Schools’ housing challenges and a new survey about local wildfire risk.
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.
More than 100 Jackson Hole High School students walked out of class during the last week of school to protest gun violence.
15 years ago, residents and visitors to Telluride raised $50 million to purchase 570 acres of land on the west end of town for use as open space.
The federal government’s pandemic response program to fund free school meals for all students is set to expire at the end of June.
Students at Fort Lewis College are focusing on the region’s transition away from using fossil fuels.
Miss the headlines this week? Catch up on a masterplan for Teton County schools, a new mayor-elect in Driggs and the infrastructure bill’s impact on Wyoming.