• CUTLINE: Weddings at Schwabacher Landing in Grand Teton National Park fall victim to sequestration cuts.
CREDIT: Katy Gray Photography (www.KatyGray.com)
    Park cuts wipe out weddings

    JACKSON HOLE, WYO – Budget woes plaguing Grand Teton National Park are already being felt by select visitors this coming season. Numerous prospective brides and grooms have been sent scrambling after being informed all events scheduled for...

    • Posted March 30, 2013
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  • CUTLINE: Lion - coyote standoff
CREDIT: Lori Iverson
    Wildlife ‘safari’ at Elk Refuge

    What a rare photo opportunity Lori Iverson found herself with Thursday. As dusk settled upon the National Elk Refuge, Iverson caught a sight fit for a safari adventure. Two juvenile mountain lions were ‘treed’ by a pack...

    • Posted March 29, 2013
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  • Auggie Katzer (SRB), Brien Ables (winner), Fish (KMTN)
    Annual beer keg hunt ends with lucky winner

    Put away your treasure maps and shovels – the Easter Kegg has been found. The 4th annual KMTN/Snake River Brewing Easter Kegg hunt for a hidden half keg ended Thursday with its discovery by Brien Ables. The...

    • Posted March 28, 2013
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    THIS WEEK: 3.27 – 4.2

    WEDNESDAY 3.27 30 days of floating Director Hunter Weeks presents a river journey down the longest undammed river in the United States. The film portrays the history and controversies surrounding one of North America’s greatest gems. Where...

    • Posted March 26, 2013
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  • Photo cutline: Shannon Roberts with author Aimee Cebulski.

Photo credit: Courtesy Aimee Cebulski
    THEM ON US: Is 40 the new 30?

    Is 40 the new 30? Turning the big “4-0” has attached to it some weighty stigma. For women, long-pressured by society and meddling mothers to marry and make babies, the significant milestone can be even more daunting....

    • Posted March 26, 2013
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  • SNOWPACK REPORT: Spring is Here

    On March 20th the vernal equinox transitioned us into spring. Now the strong sun rises high in the sky and quickly changes perfect powder to melted snow. As the winter season came to an end, we were...

    • Posted March 26, 2013
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    PROPS & DISSES: (Sub)Divided we fall

    (Sub)Divided we fall – DISS I am livid. I try not to write out of anger because it can result in angry readers. But readers should be angry with this. A petition is going around that, like...

    • Posted March 26, 2013
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    MUSIC BOX: It won’t be hard to spot this Deer Tick

    Does Deer Tick sometimes get a bad rap? Misunderstood? When I caught up to guitarist/vocalist Ian O’Neil, he explained that it’s because “we are not inclined to do what people are expecting of us.” What rock band...

    • Posted March 26, 2013
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  • Photo cutline: Northwest Contemporary’ showcases artwork from the region.
Photo credit: Courtesy
    HIGH ART: Show fuses Northwest contemporary scene

    What is contemporary art? More specifically, what does contemporary art in the Northwest look like? This week, The Art Association addresses these questions in its Northwest Contemporary exhibition on display through April 21. In their book, “Contemporary...

    • Posted March 26, 2013
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  • GUEST OPINION: Wildlife Services outdated

    By Earle Layser For all who value wildlife: Thank you reporter Jake Nichols for “Coyote Ugly.” He nailed it. Wildlife Services (WS), a rogue agency, operates in secrecy, with little or no transparency, at the bidding of the agricultural and grazing industry....

    • Posted March 26, 2013
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