All posts tagged "pjh"

  • The World Health Organization warns that we must trade the beef for veggies.
    NATURAL MEDICINE: Meat Malice

    The WHO ain’t playing – it’s time we limit our love of beef and processed meat. Jackson, WY – The World Health Organization (WHO) announced last week that processed meat causes cancer and red meat may as...

    • Posted November 3, 2015
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  • Strokkur geyser in Iceland (left) and Old Faithful in Wyoming. (Photo: rafn sigurbjornsson/invisible.us)
    WELL, THAT HAPPENED: Europe’s Cowboy State

    Cue the Icelandic dispatches. Jackson, WY – Now that I’m tucked away in the Northern Atlantic, I can now officially report that I’ll be writing this column while living in Iceland. That doesn’t mean this column is...

    • Posted November 3, 2015
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  • Potential apartment rental zones care of the Housing Action Plan. (Photo: Town of Jackson/Teton County)
    THE BUZZ: Housing Hinges on Loot

    With the Housing Action Plan approved where will the money come from? Action Jackson Town and county officials were indeed in the home stretch at Monday’s joint information meeting. If they weren’t aware of that, joint planner...

    • Posted November 3, 2015
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  • A family gawks as their picnic is interrupted by a homeless man in ‘The Cherry Orchard.’ (From left to right), Zack Powell as Petya Trofimov, Ray Fink as Leonid Gayev, Kristyn Chalker as Anya, Leah Holmes as Varya and Nicole Madison Garrett as Liubov Ranyevskaya. (Photo: Robyn Vincent)
    CREATIVE PEAKS: Relevant Roles

    Off Square production delves into timeless trials and tribulations. Jackson, WY – A tract of land in the family for generations. Pressure to sell, to modernize. It could be anywhere today in the West. It could even be...

    • Posted November 3, 2015
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  • 151104FromOurReaders
    FROM OUR READERS

    American Identity As a 27-year-old resident of Jackson, I found the torrent of hateful words directed at Jackson Hole High School administrators and Latino students in the wake of the “America Day” drama to be deeply disturbing....

    • Posted November 3, 2015
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  • 151028CoverFeat-1
    FEATURE: Teton Shadows

    Tales from some of Jackson Hole’s ‘haunted’ haunts. Aspen Hill Cemetery, Jackson, WY – It was 1 a.m. when Jennifer James and I climbed the tiered cemetery walkway. We were making our way at a steady pace,...

    • Posted October 27, 2015
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  • Caption: Headlines surrounding Craig Benjamin’s near fatal night in the backcountry, circa 2002. Thanks to Teton County Search and Rescue, Benjamin is alive today. (Photo: craig benjamin)
    GUEST OPINION: Backcountry Zero

    How Teton County Search and Rescue saved my life. Jackson, WY – It’s the phone call every parent dreads. “Mr. Benjamin, this is Rachel, Craig’s roommate. I don’t want to alarm you, but Craig and a friend...

    • Posted October 27, 2015
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  • 151028Music
    MUSIC BOX: Ghoulish Music

    From down-home to luxurious, here’s your Halloween party menu. Jackson, WY – Costume parties are the true hidden agenda for many Teton County bargoers. With the density of adventure-seeking personalities, Halloween weekend is an open invitation for...

    • Posted October 27, 2015
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  • Bert and Meg Raynes, where they met at Penn State,1945 (left), and Bert and Meg celebrating the Fourth of July in the late 1980s. (Photo: raynes collection)
    CREATIVE PEAKS: The Passion to Protect

    Film about Bert Raynes chronicles a local legacy of conservation and the power of place. Jackson, WY – Filmmaker Jennifer Tennican didn’t have an answer when her latest subject asked a simple question. “What did you see?”...

    • Posted October 27, 2015
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  • 151028FromOurReaders
    FROM OUR READERS

    Grizz Confidential A recent story in the Jackson Hole News & Guide about grizzly bears being killed during hunter encounters exposes a troubling lack of measures taken by wildlife managers to prevent such deaths and the minimal...

    • Posted October 27, 2015
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