What did you do on your summer vacation? The age-old back-to-school essay question typically inspires stories of summer camp and fishing trips with the family, but one Driggs woman, herself a former teacher, has quite the topic for her back-to-school essay. ...(more)
For the first time since the late 1990s, the Teton School Board failed to pass a voter approved tax increase.
With 54.7 percent voting in favor of the $19 million school bond on Tuesday, the school board needed 66.67 percent for the bond to pass. ...(more)
In life, just as in running, sometimes the best way to start is simply by putting one foot in front of the other.
So after Tetonia resident Leilani Daniels decided to take time off from teaching Kindergarten to raise her three small boys, she set her sights on another type of marathon. ...(more)
The discussion concerning the County Public Works Director came to a conclusion on Monday, as County Commissioners listened to public input and deliberated about the position well into the afternoon. After a heated debate between Commissioners Sid Kunz and Kathy Rinaldi, the board adjourned to an executive session, and returned with a decision to keep the position intact with no change to its occupant, Jay Mazalewski. ...(more)
Though Friday marks the beginning of the second Annual Teton Valley Mountain Man Rendezvous, the first rendezvous occurred nearly 200 years ago. In 1832, the Pierre’s Rendezvous became the largest ever in the Rockies, and has kept that record extant since. ...(more)