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Political apathy hung over Brian Charette in 1992, when he moved to Jackson Hole as a 20-year-old ski bum. He’d come of age as the Gulf War raged, and he “didn’t want to be involved with any system.”

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Three decades after the state of Wyoming finally adopted the holiday that commemorates Martin Luther King Jr., some question why the date can’t be dedicated solely to the slain civil rights leader.

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Five Jackson Hole Fire/EMS paramedics and emergency medical technicians were stranded in Idaho on Monday and Tuesday during emergency trips to Idaho Falls. The high-and-dry first responders were just one casualty of a winter storm cycle that has inundated the Tetons and Jackson Hole the past…

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Jackson Hole is well-stocked with people and organizations dedicated to curbing their harm to the planet. What the valley lacks is a unifying force to draw all those separate efforts together.

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After nearly increasing bus fare rates for Teton Village and commuter routes, transportation officials will take more time to consider how the move could affect ridership.

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Snow King and town officials have finally settled on an update to the resort’s master plan, ending more than a year and a half of negotiation and public review of the controversial document.

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The Jackson Planning Commission approved a development plan for a historic downtown block, marking another advance toward fulfilling a community effort to preserve the property.

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Wednesday is Christmas Day, a federally observed holiday. Banks, post offices and government offices will be closed, and Teton Media Works will change several publishing dates.

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On the eve of a vote in the U.S. House of Representatives on whether to impeach President Trump, protesters braved single-digit temperatures Tuesday on Jackson Town Square to show support for the process.

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Just as elected officials appeared on the verge of concluding a yearslong effort to overhaul Snow King’s master plan, last-minute tensions led one resort representative to say that, even having come this far, “I think we have a long way to go.”

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Officials this week took the first steps to plan for housing on a handful of key properties around Teton County, signaling a new openness to development in areas they’ve long “danced around.”

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Jackson Hole officials recently signed a pledge committing them to work toward carbon neutrality within the next decade, but with a caveat: They want to pair the symbolic gesture with concrete steps to curb the region’s emissions.

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Officials this week postponed a decision to sell land on the Village Road, leaving open the question of whether they’ll cash in on the property or retain it for workforce housing development.

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Town and county officials on Monday unanimously rejected an offer to purchase The Grove Phase 1, a three-story building on Scott Lane that houses 20 affordable rental apartments and several commercial operations.