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Lady Broncs State Champs

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The Jackson Hole High School girls’ soccer team emerged as state champion at the state meet hosted here, winning the first game against Powell 1 to 0, the second game against Buffalo 2 to 1 and defeating Star Valley in the final game 2 to 0.  This marks the girls’ … Continue Reading

Free Tote Bags

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Students from local schools have again provided their artistic talents to dress up reusable tote bags to be given away at local grocery stores and be used rather than plastic bags for repeated shopping trips.  Beginning Saturday, 500 bags are to be distributed at Jackson Whole Grocer beginning 9:30 am – no purchase is required.   Since 2006, organizer Jim LaRue and students have given away approximately 55-hundred free tote bags at local area grocery stores.

Jackson Hole High Gets High National Rating

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The U.S. News & World Report last week released their Best High Schools rankings for 2013 showing Jackson Hole High School as the top in the state.  The report includes comprehensive profiles on more than 21,000 public high schools and rankings of the nation’s 4,805 highest-scoring schools.  The ranking places Jackson Hole High School … Continue Reading

Bronc Band Earns Top Rating

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The Jackson Hole High School Band last week earned a Superior rating at the Wyoming Music Educators’ Southwest Music Festival.  Band Director Pete Closson took the group to Lyman last Thursday to compete in the event. This marks the first time since 1998 that the band has enjoyed such an accomplishment.  The rating of Superior is the highest a performing group can earn at such a music festival.

Nearly $450K Handed Out In Scholarships

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Ninty-seven college-bound seniors in Teton County were the recipients Wednesday night of nearly $450-thousand in scholarships from 77 different organizations throughout the community.  Jackson Hole High School Counselor Julie Stayner says the scholarships … Continue Reading

JHHS Students Go Weightless

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Students from Jackson Hole High School are on their ways to Florida to participate in the High school students United with NASA to Create Hardware Extreme Science Micro-gravity Experiments there as part of an engineering capstone project. These experiments are … Continue Reading

Jackson Speech Team State Champs Again

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The Jackson Hole High School Speech and Debate Team are the state champions once again after this weekend’s statewide meet at Western Wyoming Community College in Rock Springs.  Jackson was the 2012 defending 3A champions. Completing back-to-back … Continue Reading

No Pilot Test In Teton County

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Teton County will not be among the school districts participating this spring in a pilot test conducted by the Wyoming Department of Education to determine if that test should be used to assure the state’s assessments align with the national Common Core State Standards.  Teton County Superintendent Pam Shea says … Continue Reading

Six JHHS Students Qualify For National Speech Competition

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The Jackson Hole High School Speech and Debate Team enjoyed record-breaking success this past weekend at the National Forensic League District Tournament held Friday and Saturday at Riverton High School. The meet was attended by … Continue Reading

JH Broncs Won’t Go To State

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The Jackson Hole Broncs will not be going to state this year.  Both the girls and the boys attempted to end up in the top four at the regional playoffs in Powell over the weekend but failed.  The girls lost the first game on Thursday to Star Valley but went on to win their second game in the play-offs, 50 to 41 over the Mountain View Buffs.  However, they were eliminated from the competition by the Powell Panthers with a final score of 38 to 27.  The boys defeated Lander the first day, but went down to top-seeded Star Valley Braves 41 to 25 and then lost to the Cody Broncs in their final game of the play-offs 44 to 26.

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