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Elevating Minds in the Mountains: A Look at Education in Jackson, WyomingRavinder PalNewsBreak Contributor
Brian Laundrie's parents admit concern for Gabby Petito's life during a call days after her murder.franklinnjoro111NewsBreak Contributor
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Uber Eats Delivery Options in Jackson Hole
Food delivery options in Jackson Hole may not be as extensive as they are in other towns, but a few establishments are making life easier with delivery from Uber Eats. Now, you can enjoy the delicious offerings of Code Red, Dairy Queen, Häagen-Dazs and Jackson Drug right at your doorstep.
SNAKE RIVER ROASTING CO. ANNOUNCES NEW OWNERSHIP AND OPENS FIRST CAFE LOCATION
Snake River Roasting Co., a Jackson Hole-based specialty coffee roasting company, has announced new ownership under Jackson Hole local, Mekki Jaidi. Started in 2007 by Ruth Ann Petroff and Mark Barron, Snake River Roasting Co. pays tribute to the area’s iconic river and world-renowned Teton Mountain Range, while seeking to inspire the spirit of adventure with every sip. Soon after the acquisition in 2022, Jaidi and his team opened the company’s first-ever cafe in Jackson’s iconic Town Square while constantly expanding its subscription and wholesale base.
Sunny Sunday before a wet and very windy Monday
TONIGHT: Mostly clear skies will be across the majority of the region except for central ID which will have more of a partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skyline for tonight. There are no chances for any rain or snow. Winds will be slightly breezy between 10-20 mph. Low temperatures get down to the 20's.
Experience Authentic Mexican Cuisine: 4 Jackson Restaurants You Can't Miss
In this article, we explore four outstanding Mexican restaurants in Jackson. Have you had the chance to dine at any of these yet? If yes, we'd love to hear your thoughts and experiences. Please share your comments below!
Skiers hike up Mt. Glory in Wyoming with nearly 90-pound packs — to honor war heroes
Hiking up a mountain with a 90-pound backpack may not sound fun to most people, but for a group of skiers in Jackson, that’s exactly what they did on the night of Feb. 18. They were commemorating a historic climb from the U.S. Army’s 10th Mountain Division. This specialized army unit helped bring about the end of World War II, and similar tributes took place around the country.
Power punk band Box Elder soars to new heights with ‘Arrows’
Local five-piece outfit Box Elder stands out from the crowd not only in Jackson’s bluegrass-heavy local music scene but also when touring nationally as perhaps the only power pop-punk band from Wyoming. The band completed a West Coast tour this fall with stops in Seattle, Los Angeles, Portland and...
TCSAR mobilized twice on Thursday
JACKSON, Wyo. — Teton County Search & Rescue (TCSAR) had quite a busy day on Thursday, Feb. 22, according to the agency. TCSAR’s first call came in just before noon, when a snowboarder crashed between two bootpacks in the Four Pines area of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR). JHMR Ski Patrol responded first, then requested a helicopter assist from TCSAR, which they provided. The 46-year-old woman was loaded into the helicopter and flown to the TCSAR hangar, where a Jackson Hole Fire/EMS ambulance awaited her.
Jackson Feb 21 Weekly Crime Report: 11 Incidents and 3 Crime Stories
Jackson Feb 21 Weekly Crime Report: 11 Incidents and 3 Crime Stories. During the last week, the place of Jackson recorded a total of 11 crime cases, with a variety of offenses being reported. The most common types of crimes were Vandalism and Theft, each accounting for 3 cases, making up approximately 27% of the total crimes each. Other offenses such as Suspicious Situation were reported twice, while one instance of Assault was reported. The remaining cases were categorized as 'Other', which included two instances of 911 hang-ups. The data indicates a need for increased vigilance against property crimes like Vandalism and Theft, which collectively made up more than half of the total reported crimes. It also suggests that authorities may need to address the issue of non-emergency use of emergency services, as evidenced by the 'Other' category. The single Assault case reported, although not as frequent, still points to a concern for personal safety in the place.
SNAPPED: Powder Hounds 2024, vol. I
JACKSON, Wyo. — Is there any better place to be a dog? Doubtful. We asked our readers to submit photos of their dogs enjoying the snow, and boy, did they deliver. Within hours of putting out the call, we received more than 50 submissions. Below, peruse the first collection of Powder Hounds photos for this winter, and check back next week for another installment.
Meet Jackson Hole Mountain Resort’s Elite Life-Saving Avalanche Dogs
When the avalanche risk is high in Jackson Hole, there’s a pack of superheroes ready for action on a moment’s notice to find and rescue buried skiers and snowmobilers. These superheroes don’t wear capes, they wear collars. And, like a superhero, they’re ski-slope celebrities with their own trading cards and draw attention everywhere they go at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.
LHS alpine skiers kick off Pinedale Invitational in Jackson
The Laramie High alpine skiing team kicked off the Pinedale Invitational with a giant slalom race Friday at the Snow King Resort in Jackson. Otto Lefevre was the Plainsmen’s top finisher on the boys side, placing 18th at 1 minute, 52.27 seconds. He was followed by Ike Parrish in 23rd at 1:56.21, Sebastian Del Rio in 24th at 1:56.65 and Charlie Karleen in 26th at 2:03.93.
Jackson Hole Passes 300 Inches Of Snow On The Season
Make sure those powder skis are still greased.
Gillette Grizzlies to face Jackson Moose in hockey State Championship
GILLETTE, Wyo. — After cruising to a 7–0 win over the Casper Oilers on Friday, the Grizzlies advance to the championship game against the Jackson Moose. Jackson also won its Friday game, beating Cheyenne 2–0. Both teams come into the championship with multiple players named to the All-State awards list.
The Best of Jackson Hole ballot is now open for voting!
JACKSON, Wyo. — Tens of thousands of nominations later and it’s finally time to cast your vote for Best of Jackson Hole! Get ready to champion your friends and beloved local businesses because the stage is set for the ultimate showdown in over 90 categories!. The Vote. Each...
Experience Jackson's Juicy Side: 3 Outstanding Juice Bars & Smoothies
In this article, we'll be exploring three exceptional juice bars and smoothie spots in Jackson. Have you had the chance to visit any of these places yet? If yes, we'd love to hear your thoughts. Please feel free to share your experiences in the comments section below.
County launches responsible drinking campaign
JACKSON, Wyo. — On Wednesday, Feb. 21, the Community Prevention Coalition of Teton County (CPCTC) launched JH Sip Tips: 0.0.1.3, a campaign to prevent excessive alcohol consumption for those living in Jackson Hole. What does 0.0.1.3 stand for?. 0: Zero drinks if you are under the age of 21.
Become a Certified Hunter Education Instructor: Workshops in Teton County and Casper in 2024
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is conducting workshops for those interested in becoming certified Wyoming hunter education instructors. These workshops will take place at the Teton County 4-H Extension Office, 255 West Deloney Ave, from April 18 to 20. Hunter education instructors play a crucial role in training new hunters across all states. The department is looking for volunteers to teach ethical, responsible, and legal hunting practices.
WGFD names photo contest winners, including Jacksonite
WYOMING — The Wyoming Game and Fish Department (WGFD) has announced the winners of “Wyoming Wildlife” magazine’s annual photo contest, and a Jackson-based photographer made the list. Winners were chosen from more than 3,000 submissions. This is the 54th edition of the contest. “On behalf of...
Show us your snowy dog photos!
JACKSON, Wyo. — Got a powder hound?. We want to see photos of Jackson Hole canines enjoying winter weather. Submit photos to email@example.com to be featured in an upcoming SNAPPED. Be sure to include the dog’s name. Check out our collections of powder hound photos from years past.
CWC’s ‘Teton Talk’ will discuss historical bison jump near Dubois
JACKSON, Wyo. — As part of Central Wyoming College’s Teton Talks, Todd Guenther will present, ‘They killed them as they needed: An Introduction to the Wiggins Fork Bison Jumps Complex Project’ on Tuesday, Feb. 27 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in Teton County Library’s Ordway Auditorium.