Stories

Dine in Style

A Jackson Tradition

The original stools and countertops from 1919 were polished to a fresh shine as Nikki and Jessica Gill reopened the doors to Jackson Drug. After nearly 17 years, the shop that was once a Jackson staple was brought back to life by the same family who opened its doors nearly a century ago. Nikki and
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Teton Village

Winter in Teton Village

When skiers and snowboarders rip down the slopes of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort this winter, they’ll have a whole new mid-mountain location to enjoy. Solitude Station is opening up for the first time this season, offering mid-mountain learning opportunities to adults and kids aged 7 and up. The 12,000-square-foot facility hosts the mid-mountain sports school
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Basecamp Adventures

The Legacy Continues

THE EARLY DAYS When former Olympian Karen Eaton started skiing with The Jackson Hole Ski Club in the mid-1950s, Jackson’s population was just 2,000 and only one paved road ran through town. A single chairlift climbed the right side of Snow King Mountain, which was the club’s training ground, until Eaton was a teenager and
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Teton Village

Living the Dream

Just before he moved to Jackson Hole in the winter of 1994-1995, Rick Wilson came home to find his mountain bike lodged in the doorway, still locked to the cast iron stove. His Nederland, Colorado, cabin had been ransacked. Thieves had taken his skis, motorcycle helmet, stereo, and leather jackets. But he didn’t let the
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Inspire

Achieving Independence

Carolyn Worth makes her way around the kitchen and dining room, charring with clients as they prepare and eat their lunches. Worth, program director for Community Entry Services, listens intently as one man shares his most recent journal entry, eagerly reading aloud his tale of conquering his fears to learn how to swim. The organization’s
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Features

Spreading the Love

Wren Fialka learned the power of interconnectedness as a young girl when her mother started a gardening program in one of Washington, D.C.’s poorest areas. “The homeless people I met there touched my heart,” she says. “They had a certain type of courage, kindness, and authenticity. I wanted to ensure they were treated with respect.”
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Features

Jackson Hole Gives Back

This issue of JHStyle focuses on local residents who make it their mission to give back to the community, whether that means bringing meals to seniors, helping people who are lost or injured in the backcountry, or encouraging kids to be their best—on and off the slopes. Reading these pages, it’s easy to see why
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Teton Village

Wild Child

Awed by the imposing Teton Range when he first landed in Jackson, outdoor enthusiast Anthony Niro immediately knew it was the place for him. “I had to be as close to these mountains as I could to appreciate and respect them,” he says. He was looking for work when one of his friends asked, “Wouldn’t
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Inspire

Nonprofit Spotlight

NORTHERN ROCKIES CONSERVATION COOPERATIVE “Conservation for the Common Good” is NRCC’s mission, and the organization works to advance conservation through efforts focusing on research,education, innovation, leadership, and professional development. The nonprofit strives to work toward “a world where humans and wildlife co-exist and thrive in healthy ecosystems.” Currently, the organization has 43 research associates who
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Nightlife

Dance Party

Outside his trademark yellow van, white he uses to transport music gear, travel cross-country, and deliver beats to faithful fans, local DJ Cut La Whut can be found mixing different genres on his turntables. Brian James, or “Cutter,” as he is affectionately known, is a master turntablist, blending house music, mid-tempo, breakbeats, and hip-hop. Living
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