The self-described old ski bums remained a staple at Grand Targhee Resort this season despite the risk of COVID-19.
KHOL asked three local residents to reflect on a year that’s unlikely to be forgotten anytime soon.
Many Indigenous communities in the Mountain West and across the U.S. are now sharing extra vaccine doses with their non-Indigenous neighbors.
A bill that could provide up to 25,000 additional Wyoming residents with healthcare coverage will be debated in the state Senate in the coming days.
With more children and families at home together during the pandemic, experts and law enforcement officials have repeatedly warned of a rise in cases of family violence over the past year.
Vaccinations for teachers and school support staff influenced a board decision to double in-person learning for secondary students starting in April.
High Country News Reporter Discusses Second-home Owners’ Attempt to Influence Election in Gunnison County, Colorado
KVNF’s Gavin Dahl interviews Nick Bowlin of High Country News about his article, “When COVID hit, a Colorado county kicked out second-home owners. They hit back.”
2020 saw shifts in almost every aspect of life in Teton County, and that was reflected in what ended up in our waste stream.
Several government entities are involved in this plan, which aims to pass more water from Jackson’s sewage plant through enhanced and reconstructed wetlands. The project is currently in its permitting phase.