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On The Square


The iconic Million Dollar Cowboy Bar in Jackson Hole gets a facelift. The neon signs are repaired and the Bucking Bronco has been restored and rotates for the first time since the 70’s. The Million Dollar Cowboy Bar has a long history that began in the late 1890’s when the first commercial buildings came to Jackson. In 1937, Mr. Ben Goe purchased the bar and changed the name to the Cowboy […]

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River is a female maturing Bald Eagle and resident of The Teton Raptor Center in Wilson Wy. The Center brings birds to the Visitors Center every Friday afternoon for public viewing.


A Bald Eagles head will turn white when they turn 5. River is five this year. She is being treated for an infection, caused by drinking polluted water. She will not be returned to the wild.



 I loved being close to these beautiful birds.

Old Bill’s

      Old Bill’s Fun Run for charities held its annual race Saturday. In 1997, an anonymous couple donated $500,000 to create an innovative, collaborative fundraiser that supports all local non-profits by inspiring everyone to give. They haven’t missed a year since. Today, one out of every three households participates in this festive, casual event and its associated six-week giving period. Whether it’s $9 from a piggy bank or $9 […]

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