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“This year, nine sculpting teams moved over 30 tons of snow to make seven snow sculptures.”

Take a look at this year’s impressive sculptures from the 11th Annual Driggs Snowscapes.

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SNAPPED: Annual Driggs Snowscapes transforms snow into sculpture

DRIGGS, Idaho — The 11th Annual Driggs Snowscapes wrapped this weekend with a community block […]

Free tax prep at Library begins Saturday

JACKSON, Wyo. — Don’t kill the messenger, but tax returns will be due before you […]

Reminder: Never feed wildlife

JACKSON, Wyo. — As Wyoming residents live in such close proximity to wildlife, so comes […]

President Biden orders flags to fly at half staff

JACKSON, Wyo. — At the direction of President Biden, Governor Mark Gordon has ordered both […]

SNAPPED: First Winter People’s Market

JACKSON, Wyo. — The 2023 Winter People’s Market series kicked off on Saturday morning, Jan. […]

Explainer: Lunar New Year 2023 and the year of the Rabbit

WYOMING — Today, Jan. 22 marks the 2023 Lunar New Year or the beginning of the lunar calendar. The lunar New Year also marks the beginning of the Chinese New Year which […]

UW student team one of seven to advance in NASA Design Challenge

LARAMIE, Wyo. — Seven students from the University of Wyoming are representing the brains of the Cowboy State as they advance to the second phase of NASA’s 2023 Micro-g Neutral Buoyancy Experiment […]

SNAPPED: Library Table at the Calico

JACKSON, Wyo. — The new Library Table program, hosted by the Teton County Library, is up and running at the Calico in Wilson. The program aims to expand the library campus by […]

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