Recent cuts to Jackson Lake Dam flows highlight a tussle between Wyoming ecological needs and Idaho farmers’ water rights.
For first time in two decades, Teton County has local TV news, and it’s in Spanish
But in a region that struggles with affordability, it’s a challenge getting the international operation off the ground.
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.
Skijoring returns to Teton Valley, meshing cowboy and ski culture
Locals and competitors from around the Mountain West raced in the sport, which involves skiing while being pulled by a horse.
People from across the world return for Wyoming sled dog race
The Cowboy State’s sole team, led by musher Alix Crittenden, came in second — a personal best.
Teton Valley bids farewell to beloved Nordic ski race
Racers participated in the 20th and final Teton Ridge Classic, which was cancelled due to declining participation numbers.
Amid child care desert, Teton Valley eyes new daycare facility
Driggs Mayor August Christensen spoke to KHOL about the new child care facility proposal and what’s at stake for families.
Weekly News Roundup: Friday, July 29
Miss the headlines this week? Catch up on the legal fight over Wyoming’s abortion ban, scrutiny of housing-related ads run in the Jackson Hole News&Guide, and a new town survey on equity and inclusion.
New report details socioeconomic impacts of proposed Grand Targhee expansion
The economic benefits of proposed expansions at Grand Targhee Resort will not outweigh the costs to Teton County, Idaho, according to the new study.