Friday April 18, 2014
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Finley Bilcher traded her ski helmet for a fishing hat last weekend and found a handful of success on the South Fork. With rivers on the rise throughout the area and warm temperatures in the forecast, more and more outdoor enthusiasts are picking up their fishing rods rather than their ski poles en route to adventure. About average snowpack in area mountains mean spring skiing that could last for months more, but the snowpack also means that irrigators and anglers can rest a little easier about summer flows out of Palisades and other reservoirs. Photo by Emily Bilcher

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Music on Main to hit the high notes
April 16, 2014

The Teton Valley Foundation is excited to announce the list of artists to take the stage at this year’s Music on Main concert series. The 2014 lineup includes seven headliners ranging from Celtic-rock legends The Young Dubliners to iconic, rootsy singer/songwriter James McMurtry. ...(more)

Home base
April 16, 2014

During the Family Safety Network’s monthly board meeting last week, the nonprofit honored long serving board member Liz Pitcher by officially naming its transitional home after her. Pitcher was presented with a framed certificate declaring the house to be named “Pitcher House” in her honor. ...(more)

Kearsley chosen as new school board member
April 15, 2014

With a letter of recommendation in hand from outgoing school board member Carol Dansie, school board members voted three-to-one Monday evening to appoint Ben Kearsley to the Teton School Board of Trustees representing Zone 3 in the south end. ...(more)

Students award 3K to local nonprofits
April 14, 2014

This Thursday, 26 Teton High School students will throw a small party for a handful of local nonprofits serving up pizza, pop and $3,000 in funds that will directly benefit the Teton Valley community. ...(more)

School board to eye 20M bond this summer
April 10, 2014

The Teton County School Board is considering a possible $20 million school bond that could construct new Driggs and Victor Elementary schools as well as upgrade the Tetonia Elementary School. ...(more)

Redskin question drops off agenda
April 09, 2014

Monday’s regular school meeting will not include a discussion about the Teton High School Redskins mascot said Superintendent Monte Woolstenhulme this week. ...(more)


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