Seniors West of the Tetons 

It’s not all business inside the Driggs City Center Building. On a typical weekday around noon, the aromatics of delicious food and sounds of enthusiastic chatter coming from the Senior Center [...]

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Skating On Thick Ice

Even on a wintry Friday night, Victor isn’t exactly a happening place. There are, however, at least two exceptions to this rule: a concert at the Knotty Pine Supper Club and skating at the local [...]

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Baking on the World Stage

Jerod Pfeffer was a teenager when he decided he wanted to try rock climbing. “I was a good athlete,” Jerod says, “I looked at the range of the difficulty scale for climbing routes. It went from [...]

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Teton Valley’s Vintage Trucks

I love seeing vintage pickup trucks around the valley. Some sport fresh upgrades or relatively new paint jobs, but most are the classically weathered workhorses of our rural lifestyle, dented and [...]

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Purely by Chance

Since birth, two-year-old Chance had been in and out of the hospital oxygen tent. When he was diagnosed with asthma, his pediatrician recommended removing processed and genetically modified food [...]

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Borbay

A handful of one-name artists are universally recognized: Michelangelo, Picasso, Cher, Madonna, and Prince, for examples. Teton Valley has its very own artist with a single moniker: Borbay.

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Asana the Times

When Sundari Lucey arrived in Teton Valley thirty-plus years ago, no one knew what to make of her.

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Hometown Brewing

By Kristen Pope, Photography by Camrin Dengel

Idaho is the nation’s top barley-producing state, and in 2018the Gem State surpassed [...]

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Avalanche Evolution

Don Carpenter says he felt like he was drinking from a fire hose when he took his first formal avalanche class in 1993. More than twenty-five years later, Carpenter is a part owner of [...]

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Stayin’ Alive

Words by Tom Hallberg, Photos by Camrin Dengel At any given time, Dave Ridill is growing nearly twenty-four thousand individual plants. Even when the snow stacks several feet high outside his [...]

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