• Civil Twilight
    Center steps out of comfort zone with Civil Twilight

      Jackson Hole, Wyo.-The Center for the Arts has never staged a band like Civil Twilight. Not even close. Elements of early U2, Coldplay, Radiohead, and a Bono-esque falsetto courtesy of lead vocalist/multi-instrumentalist Steven McKellar, Civil Twilight...

    • Posted January 16, 2013
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  • Bart Geerst, UW professor. - 
courtesy university of wyoming
    Props and Disses: 1.16.13

    $13 million rain dance DISS Aaron Millions is barking up the wrong tree if he thinks he’s going to get rich taking Wyoming water from the Green River. The real money is in convincing the state you...

    • Posted January 16, 2013
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  • Wyoming Frontier Prison in Rawlins. - courtesy TRAVEL CHANNEL
    Them on Us: Haunted Wyoming prison spooks TV crew

      Jackson Hole, Wyo.-Zak, Nick, Aaron and the rest of the “Ghost Adventures” crew visited the old state penitentiary in Rawlins for a real bloody scare. The latest installment from the paranormal trackers on the Travel Channel...

    • Posted January 16, 2013
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  • The knitting in this photo was created by: Courtney Cedarholm, Henry D. , Judith Hoesting, Sarah Kariko, Nancy McCarthy, Gretchen Palmquist, Ann Wray, 6 fourth grade girls from Colter Elementary School (they made the leg warmers) and 10 folks from St. John’s Living Center. - courtesy SUZANNE MORLOCK
    Knitting in the periphery

      Jackson Hole, Wyo.-The Knitting Project currently on display throughout Jackson until the end of winter, evolved from very specific aspirations. The first of which was to bring awareness to the elderly community of Jackson through the...

    • Posted January 16, 2013
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  • Case of the mysterious bank caper has cops befuddled - file photo
    Hole Hei$t!

      Jackson Hole, Wyo.-Most bank robberies end like Patrick Stigen’s. The 47-year-old was caught a mile from the Wells Fargo he robbed on Center Street at 11 a.m. He pulled the job at 10:30 a.m. He still...

    • Posted January 14, 2013
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  • M_rifle
    Legislative Roundup: Silencers shot down

    JACKSON HOLE, WYO - Silencers shot down in committee Members of the House Travel, Recreation, Wildlife and Cultural Resources Committee refused to endorse legislation that would make the use of suppressors and silencers legal for hunters in...

    • Posted January 13, 2013
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  • Letters 1.9.13

    To Foster from Peter Thank you so much for sponsoring a very diverse gathering of Roosters yesterday at Teton Pines. A wonderful session. Time was very tight at the end for me, just enough for a joke....

    • Posted January 9, 2013
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  • Publisher’s Note: Is tragedy relative?

    Last Thursday, Jan. 3, I attended an annual charitable luncheon given by Lynn Friess. This year she invited Smokey Rhea, executive director of the Community Resource Center, to speak a bit about the Center and the challenges...

    • Posted January 9, 2013
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  • ‘The Way We Live Now’ by Anthony Trollope - cover art
    Book Review: ‘The Way We Live Now’

      This is a special time of year for readers. The big holiday books have been released and reviewed yet the first line of major 2013 books has yet to hit stores. I see this time as...

    • Posted January 9, 2013
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  • A new menu item with old comforts at the Village Cafe: Biscuits and gravy. - courtesy sxc.hu
    Early eats in Teton Village

    Jackson Hole, Wyo.-It seems that everyone has their own après plan of action for food and drinks after the lifts close, but what if you need a little something to get your energy going before you hit...

    • Posted January 9, 2013
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