Fewer drivers could mean limiting field trips and travel for sports.
Controversial language, which drew a large crowd to the Cheyenne meeting, didn’t align with the Joint Education Committee’s interim priorities, contributing to its demise.
The high schoolers came from New York City to learn traditional woodworking and masonry at the national park.
KHOL reporter travels to Germany to see her family become part of the world’s largest decentralized memorial, honoring victims of the Holocaust.
Jackson’s affordability issues mean high housing prices and long commutes for local teachers.
For Black History Month, the library encouraged readers to check out books by Black authors—some of which are banned around the country.
Hailey Morton Levinson highlights the town’s efforts to add housing, improve child care access and promote inclusion.
Roughly 70 residents took to the town square on Saturday with rainbow Pride and transgender blue, pink and white colors to protest state bills targeting trans youth.
The pandemic highlighted holes in early childhood services, and Teton County officials are leading the charge to address the issue.