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Sustainability, according to the Jackson/Teton County Comprehensive Plan, is “a system of practices that are healthy for the environment, community and economy and can be maintained for current and future generations.”

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Pam Barlow had tried what seemed like every tote bag and purse on the market and nothing held up, and many in fact, fell apart at the most inopportune time.

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Veronica Schreibeis Smith’s room in Germany looked over a valley. The fall colors were in full force. But she was uncomfortable. The room was too cold, too harsh. She moved out to a small old house on a cobblestone street, and she felt better.

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Jackson’s housing squeeze shows no signs of abating, which for its neighbors to the south and west means a potential for growth but also a potential to find themselves in the same situation.

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Todd Hanna’s resume was already impressive before this summer, with top positions at nonprofit organizations and for-profit companies, two combat tours in Iraq with the Marine Corps and volunteer service on a long list of boards.

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Mary Lyn Reagan discovered the black-and-white brochure in her Jackson hotel room in 1980. She didn’t have time for the advertised guided climb of the Grand Teton, at least not on that trip. Instead she took a basic climbing class with Exum Mountain Guides and returned the next summer to mak…

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When Jason Williams first tested the waters of the commercial wildlife-watching business a decade ago he was up against Teton Science Schools, some cab drivers who doubled as safari guides and a couple other outfits tied to luxury guest ranches and hotels. Williams, previously a river guide,…

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One fateful summer after his first year in college in upstate New York, Henry Holdsworth visited his sister at Washington State University. To occupy himself he asked to borrow her camera and found himself captivated by the Western landscape he saw through the lens. In New England everything…

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After a 4 1/2-year stint Jeff Golightly announced this fall that he was stepping away from presiding over the Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce to become chief advisor to Max Chapman and the vice president of the businessman’s investment company, Gardner Capital Management.

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Since the Marriott hotel chain broke ground on its SpringHill Suites between South Glenwood and South Milward avenues — really, even before it broke ground — it has been controversial.