- Preserving Yellowstone
- CULTURE FRONT: Winter art season takes flight
- GET OUT: Desert dose before the snow
- WELL, THAT HAPPENED: Casualties of Ambition
- PROPS & DISSES
- THEM ON US
- REDNECK PERSPECTIVE: Chisler 348 death causes outrage
- MUSIC BOX: Days of digital free ride may be over
- THIS WEEK: Nov. 19-25
- Models of Diplomacy
All posts by Julie Kling
Park visitation strains sustainability efforts Jackson Hole, Wyoming – We all know the dreaded feeling of encroachment in summer, whether you are working overtime in the hospitality industry, passing tourists on a busy trail, or simply grocery...
- Posted November 18, 2014
Wild festival spins hip science
Jackson Hole, Wyoming – More than two dozen organizations will offer free hands-on activities and demonstrations at Center for the Arts this weekend as part of WILD Science, the region’s first ever science festival. Children can...
- Posted October 1, 2014
Intencions draws a Breath
Jackson Hole, Wyo. – In the back room of a high-vibration studio called Intencións, just off the beaten path of Town Square, a collaborative exhibit between a photographer, spray paint artist, poet, painter and illustrator allows for...
- Posted September 3, 2014
Ice Bucket Challenge met locally
Jackson Hole, Wyoming – The gasp of air after being doused with ice water has breathed new life into ALS research by raising more than $70.5 million in less than a month this summer. ALS Association reports...
- Posted August 27, 2014
Animal Adoption Center on the move
Jackson Hole, Wyoming – A $1.5 million project to build a new Animal Adoption Center in Jackson will not increase the space available for orphaned cats and dogs. However, it will have unique access to two more...
- Posted July 30, 2014
Curious about cougars
Jackson Hole, Wyoming – Few people have close encounters with mountain lions. But when they do, people listen. If I want to impress someone at a cocktail party, I tell the story of the cougar I saw...
- Posted July 16, 2014
Local researcher may crack the code on some brain disorders Jackson Hole, Wyoming – Dr. Paul Cox is a lot more than a local hero to the growing number of families with someone suffering from a neurodegenerative...
- Posted June 17, 2014
Chicks dig sticks
Jackson Hole, WYO – Lacrosse is valley’s fastest-growing sport, especially for girls. There’s a new vocabulary on local playing fields where kids of all ages, in particular those with ponytails, are trying lacrosse for the first time....
- Posted May 20, 2014
FEATURE STORY: Revere the brassiere
JACKSON, WYO – Local women fill niche markets with sporty bra alternatives From breast buds to the biggest busts, Jackson Hole’s young entrepreneurs have girls covered. While Megan Grassel, founder of Yellowberry bras, was rocking Kickstarter last...
- Posted April 1, 2014
Bending the competition
JACKSON, WYO – Breathing in and breathing out has taken Pinedale eighth-grader Jamie Rellstab far in her 14 years of life. From being able to cope with an autism spectrum diagnosis without drugs since the age of...
- Posted March 25, 2014