Six students are participating in the Canyonlands Research Center’s NATURE program in southeastern Utah this summer.
Miss the headlines this week? Catch up on a new report about Jackson’s lodging industry, polling in the Cheney-Hageman race and the offspring of Grizzly 399.
Yellowstone National Park and surrounding areas experienced historic flooding last month despite much of the region remaining in a drought.
Citing concerns for human safety, Wyoming Game and Fish Department officials killed one of the young offspring of the famed grizzly bear near Pinedale last week.
Miss the headlines this week? Catch up on resident concerns on Fish Creek Road, expanded Wyoming coverage for a suicide prevention hotline and a new campaign to buy a search and rescue helicopter.
Three June primary election candidate forums showcased hopefuls for the Jackson Town Council, Teton County Board of Commissioners and more.
Miss the headlines this week? Catch up on an abortion-rights rally in Driggs, the Sandy Fire near Bondurant and a free summer meal program for Teton County youth.
Multiple fire stations in Teton County are in disrepair to the extent of needing full replacement as demand for their services increases.
KHOL interviews New York Times national political correspondent Jonathan Martin about his new book, “This Will Not Pass,” and about how Americans can work toward a stronger democratic future.