All posts tagged "Jackson Hole"

  • Local Syndrome: Straight, Not Narrow

    Outspoken heterosexual allies can change the future of LGBTQ individuals JACKSON HOLE, WY – Jackson’s first LGBTQ Pride Month dance party has come and gone and it sent a message to a once closeted community. On Saturday,...

    • Posted June 13, 2018
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  • Tipping the Scales

    While challenging imbalances of representation in law and politics, a wave of indigenous women are rising into power within their communities JACKSON HOLE, WY – Even though Terri Smith spent the bulk of her teens and early...

    • Posted June 13, 2018
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  • Overcrowded Middle School Deepens Adolescent Issues

    Gender-based bullying and taunting are amplified in JHMS’s high-trafficked hallways JACKSON HOLE, WY – As the valley’s population has grown, overcrowding has increasingly plagued Jackson Hole schools. Some of that pressure will be alleviated with the opening...

    • Posted June 13, 2018
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  • Glider Deaths Rattle and Mystify

    Pilot was seasoned, skilled and ‘knew how to negotiate all the updrafts and thermals in the canyon’ JACKSON HOLE, WY – A glider crash in Grand Teton National Park on June 9 resulted in two fatalities. Kristine...

    • Posted June 13, 2018
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  • Taxing the Rich, Teton Style

    As state revenue streams dry up, why are Wyoming’s richest residents absolved from paying their share? JACKSON HOLE, WY – David Miller has an apocalyptic vision for Wyoming—one that would shackle the state even more tightly to...

    • Posted June 13, 2018
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  • Editor’s Note: The Fight for Equal Rights is Everyone’s Fight

    Jackson’s first gay dance party could be the beginning of a new era JACKSON HOLE, WY – When LGBTQ people visit Jackson Hole, they often do not feel welcome. That’s what Vinicius Freitas wrote in an email...

    • Posted June 13, 2018
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  • The New West: Young People and Conservation

    A noted college professor weighs in on the future of a movement and its torchbearers As a Baby Boomer who came of age during the last half of the 20th century, Don Snow saw the rise of...

    • Posted June 6, 2018
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  • To Feed or Not to Feed Starving Artists

    Redmond Rentals partnership stirs controversy over who should be prioritized for affordable housing JACKSON HOLE, WY – Artist Andy Kincaid will spend the summer sleeping in a tent. Kincaid, who shows his work nationwide, founded two contemporary...

    • Posted June 6, 2018
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  • Local Syndrome: Judged by the Busload

    Just what do locals mean when they reference the ‘Asian Invasion’? JACKSON HOLE, WY – Let’s say you’re a local, out and about on the Town Square around midday. Maybe running errands, maybe grabbing some lunch. The...

    • Posted June 6, 2018
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  • Journey to the Rising Sun

    Chef Dustin Rasnick has imported Japanese inspiration to the Tetons JACKSON HOLE, WY – Sonkei (respect) is a word that holds great meaning in Japan. The country’s language, greetings and approach to food are all rooted in...

    • Posted June 6, 2018
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