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Tulips and other bulbs are a good barometer as weather patterns are all over the map this spring. While many have bloomed across the valley, they could be closed up midday as wind, rain and hail pelt the valley floor. Citizen photo by Jeannette Boner.


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McMurtry to rock Music on Main tonight
July 24, 2014

Tonight James McMurtry makes his Victor City Park debut, and like all bands slotted for these year’s concert series promises to keep the momentum coming off of excellent headlining performances by Mandatory Air, Young Dubliners, and Paper Bird. McMurtry’s rockabilly infused country is a styling Teton Valley may seem to be familiar with by now, but McMurtry is wholly his own man ...(more)


The price of Geotourism
July 24, 2014

And after the ribbon is cut next Friday, Aug. 1, it will be up to the 11 member volunteer board and the newly minted Executive Director, Cynthia Rose, to ensure that the first of its kind will remain one of a kind in the City of Driggs. ...(more)


Airing on this side of the Tetons
July 16, 2014

Local and visiting artists will be studying the epic scenery of the Tetons a little closer next week as Downtown Driggs Community Association kicks off its Plein Air Festival in Teton Valley. The event will feature a workshop by visiting artist and Colorado resident Nancy Lewis, who will impart her unique take on painting in plein air in the Rockies. ...(more)


Tin Cup is ready, set, go this Saturday
July 16, 2014

It’s not unusual to see valley residents sporting a Tin Cup Challenge t-shirt throughout the year, and with each passing year this spectacle seems even more common. That’s all due to the Tin Cup Challenge’s (and offshoot Fun Run) egalitarian and benevolent appeal and purpose. ...(more)


TVHC a polished diamond
July 09, 2014

Teton Valley Health Care is reaching a major milestone this year with its 75th anniversary. Originally built in 1938 using limestone from the Fox Creek Quarry, the hospital has been a symbol of longevity in a community that has continually evolved throughout its tenure. ...(more)


Team player
July 09, 2014

The Teton Valley Ski Education Foundation is shaking things up during the summer off-season with the hire of their new Executive Director, Corey McGrath. With a commitment to getting kids on the slopes and having fun in the outdoors, McGrath offered the perfect fit for the job with an experienced background in skiing and outdoor education. ...(more)


 

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