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Growing up in Jackson, Josh Frappart and Brock Carr suffered the loss of a childhood friend who died by suicide. They were also longtime friends of Nick Bochicchio, who owned Creekside Market and Deli and died by suicide in June.

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After over a month in the red, high-risk level for COVID-19 due to case counts and the positivity rate in Teton County, the virus appears to be on the decline.

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The past 18 months have not been easy for event organizers and promoters. Keeping the doors open, or at the very least the lights on, at venues like the Center for the Arts has been even more of a struggle than when there’s not a pandemic that is causing hundreds of daily deaths and hospital…

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Three years after the public threw support behind a new skilled nursing facility on the St. John’s Health campus, Sage Living is ready to open.

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With COVID cases on the rise in Teton County, public health officials urge the community and visitors to take basic precautions to keep themselves and others safe, especially at the Teton County Fair.

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Visitors come to Jackson Hole to see the Tetons, but last week the Cathedral Group disappeared. The first day, Apple weather attributed the lack of visibility to “haze.” But if you stepped outside the ashy scent of smoke indicated the real culprit.

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With 80% of adults over 18 fully vaccinated in Teton County, vaccinated individuals now make up the majority of the community. Now health officials are launching an innovative vaccination effort to further increase the community protection from COVID-19.

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Teton County School District No. 1 advised Munger Mountain Elementary School families on Friday that students who rode Bus 17 in the morning or afternoon this past week may have been exposed to a COVID-19-positive individual.

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In the mid-20th century polio ravaged the United States, causing paralysis in more than 15,000 people each year. Vaccines created in the 1950s and ’60s have helped bring the disease to the point where no documented cases have originated in this country since 1979.

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The deaths of three more Wyoming residents are being attributed to the coronavirus, the Wyoming Department of Health announced Tuesday.