The green, stickered board, which hovers above Teton Pass, is slated to be flown away by helicopter this week.
New Teton County rescue helicopter to save lives year-round
The community raised $7.25 million for the chopper, which could speed up response times in the backcountry.
Jackson resident training to be the first Jordanian in the Winter Olympics
For Sharif Zawaideh, qualifying for the Olympics in alpine ski racing is about a lot more than speed. He is hoping to add diversity to an overwhelmingly white sport.
Out-of-staters descend on Teton County for annual shed antler hunt
It’s the last year that non-Wyoming residents are allowed to come to the early start date, and many weren’t happy about that.
Climbing season to kick off with film festival in Jackson
The Teton Rock Gym is presenting Reel Rock, featuring films where climbing fosters community and athletes push the limits of the sport.
Special Olympics brings athletes back together in Jackson for Winter Games
This week’s games were an opportunity for athletes to see their friends from across the region after a three-year hiatus.
Environmental groups question plans for Karns Meadow
Conservationists argue new pathways could disturb wildlife, while transportation enthusiasts see them as a safe route through town.
Sublette County says ‘no’ to further expansion of multi-billionaire’s resort in “Little Jackson Hole”
Sublette officials voted against expanding a planned resort in Bondurant, a largely untouched area in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.
Radio Diary: A day in the life of an avalanche forecaster
Gabrielle Antonioli’s forecasting days start at 4 a.m., when she analyzes weather and snowpack data to help keep mountain-goers safe.