Since the recent storm, the volunteer search & rescue team has already been swamped responding to backcountry incidents.
The dogs howl and even moo with excitement as they get ready to race across Wyoming and Idaho for $165,000 dollars.
Plus, Wyoming seniors could see property tax relief, and Jackson’s housing market may be cooling down from pandemic boom.
The new film festival will celebrate the 100-year-anniversary of the first female ascent of the Grand Teton.
Racers participated in the 20th and final Teton Ridge Classic, which was cancelled due to declining participation numbers.
News Roundup: Beacon parks open in Teton County; Wyoming Supreme Court won’t weigh in on abortion ban
Plus, suicidal youth are on the rise in Teton County, and a physicist is coming to Jackson to talk economic growth and energy.
Ben Ryder Howe, a writer for The New York Times, discusses the simmering conflict over public land in the West.
Season passes to Teton Village sold out in August as the resort continues to manage capacity on the lifts.
News Roundup: Jackson Hole ski resorts open; Park City ski lift mechanics form first union of its kind
Plus, the ongoing battle over abortion rights in Wyoming and the state’s goal of becoming carbon-negative.