All posts tagged "Jackson Hole"

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    GUEST OPINION: Lessons from football

    Local government must make decisions based on entire ‘team’ Jackson Hole, Wyoming – As I lay on the Snow King ball field grass with my wife and kids watching this year’s fantastic Fourth of July fireworks show,...

    • Posted July 15, 2015
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  • The author gallivants along the trail by Titcomb Basin .(Photo: Elizabeth Koutrelakos)
    GET OUT: Wind River survival

    Tips for entering a massive range Jackson Hole, Wyoming – This time of year, many a mountain wanderer may be called to the Wind River Mountains. Not to be confused with the brewing company, the Wind River...

    • Posted July 15, 2015
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  • Father Eric Andrews-Sharer with rescued daughters Kelsi, Megan and Erin (Photo: andrews-sharer family)
    THE BUZZ: How to get ‘unlost’ in the wild

    Survival is often not about what’s in your backpack, but what’s in your head Jackson Hole, Wyoming – The Andrews-Sharer sisters ordeal last week caused a major search party that eventually led to their safe extraction from...

    • Posted July 14, 2015
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  • Jackson’s Town Hall swelled with citizens last Tuesday while councilors deliberated over the subject du jour: residential and commercial development. (Photo: Josh Metten/JH Conservation Alliance)
    THE BUZZ: Silently opposed

    Citizens coined ‘protesters’ at meeting while council hesitated on housing Jackson Hole, Wyoming – Last Tuesday’s Jackson Town Council meeting yielded an unusual scene in town chambers: Donned in button up shirts and blouses, more than 40...

    • Posted July 7, 2015
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    FEATURE: Building Blocks

    Can private developers build a way out of a housing crisis? Do they want to? Jackson Hole, Wyoming – For the most part, Jackson Hole is a happy, healthy place to live. Neighbors help neighbors, the post...

    • Posted July 7, 2015
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  • Renowned bear expert slated to visit the valley, Dr. David Mattson chummies up with a replica of his favorite species.
    THE BUZZ: Grizzly challenge

    Living with the Yellowstone bear The grizzly bear population in the United States is …Fill in the blank. Wildlife biologists say everything from rebounding to robust. Conservationists and wildlife advocates might answer: encouraging, but still threatened. Ranchers...

    • Posted July 7, 2015
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  • ‘On the Way to Breakfast,’ by Katy Ann Fox.
    CREATIVE PEAKS: Whimsical, candid and bright

    Oil and clay coalesce for Daly Projects’ new show Jackson Hole, Wyoming – Meg Daly always loves entering her gallery, Daly Projects, and seeing the contemporary work on its walls. It’s always intriguing, thought provoking and beautiful....

    • Posted July 7, 2015
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  • During her trail run, the author glimpses a paraglider floating high above Cody Peak. (Photo: Elizabeth Koutrelakos)
    GET OUT: Give me shelter

    Get high via the gondola or tram to enjoy respite from scorching temps  Jackson Hole, Wyoming – The summer feels unreasonably warm. Part of it could be my exceedingly old age, but the warming temps seem legitimate....

    • Posted July 7, 2015
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  • propdiss

    Suicide and the veil of secrecy A pastor friend of mine says this about suicide: “It’s something you can do any day of the week but once you do it, it can’t be undone.” More than once...

    • Posted June 30, 2015
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  • This is becoming a more common sight on the roads of Teton County. (Credit: JH Conservation Alliance)
    GUEST OPINION: Let the animals roam

    Support wildlife crossings to decrease wildlife-vehicle collisions, protect migration paths in the valley Jackson Hole, Wyoming – The driver screamed as the windshield shattered and the START bus came to a crashing halt on the side of...

    • Posted June 30, 2015
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