2015 marked the centennial of Teton County, Idaho. To celebrate, we posted many of the history stories published in Teton Valley Magazine over the years. Enjoy!

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Teton Valley

Top To Bottom

In Teton Valley Magazine’s Top To Bottom, we share snapshots of the colorful residents, much-loved businesses, and celebrated events that encompass our valley from end to end.



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  • Nancy McCullough-McCoy Publisher

    Publisher Nancy McCullough-McCoy arrived in the Tetons from Seattle in 1974, intending to stay only until her ski-season job ended at Grand Targhee Resort. Forty years later, she’s still here.

  • Mac McCoy Editor-in-Chief

    For more than 30 years, Editor-in-Chief Michael McCoy (“Mac”) has been writing books and magazine articles—some of them award-winning—about the Northern Rockies.

  • Sage Hibberd Art Director

    Art Director Sage Hibberd graduated from Jackson Hole High School in 1995 and from Northern Arizona University in 2000, earning a BFA in communication arts with an emphasis in graphic design.

  • Kate Hull Associate Editor

    A Texas native, Associate Editor Kate Hull moved to Teton Valley in 2012. She is a contributing writer and copy editor for Teton Valley Magazine, and her work has appeared in Texas Monthly, Texas Highways, and Teton Home and Living.