tetons

AJ Wheeler

From deep powder in winter to a snowpack that lasts into summer, the Tetons offer an ideal proving ground for athletes. But in the mountains, the stakes are high. Skier and climber Jesse Stover sits down with two of his rescuers to talk about the day that one slip turned a perfect adventure into a death-defying fall.

JESSE STOVER: June 4, 2011. It was just an amazing huge snow year. 

Wyoming Public Radio Signal Improves West Of The Tetons

Feb 6, 2014

Wyoming Public Radio’s signal has moved from 91.3 FM to 91.7 FM.  Responding to public comments about signal deterioration, Wyoming Public Media applied to the FCC and was granted a modification for translator station K217ED.  The signal is boosted from 99 to 250 watts, and the transmitter will be raised higher.  This should improve both the quality and the signal strength of Wyoming Public Radio for listeners in the west side of the Tetons.

Kathryn Turner

Wyoming landscape painter Kathryn Turner grew up on Triangle X Ranch in Grand Teton National Park surrounded by dramatic views of her favorite subject, the Tetons.

And in her words, she’s spent the past 20 years trying to do them justice. “And they are challenging! And what makes them challenging is they’re always changing, with the light, with the seasons, with the way the clouds move over them, obscuring them, changing the shadows. So they provide a lifetime of material,” added Turner.