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Facing legal action from a high-end downtown cosmetics store known for high-pressure sales tactics, the Town Council repealed a set of laws that the business said violated its constitutional right to free speech.

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County commissioners are expected to decide Tuesday what firm will develop housing on county-owned land at 105 Mercill Ave., a lot currently used by the Jackson Hole Historical Society.

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Teton County allocated $124,000 to expand summer service on the START route that runs from town to the Stilson Park and Ride and out to Teton Village. Buses will continue to run on the half hour through Sept. 29.

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Jackson’s next housing project is getting underway, with a groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday morning to kick off construction on the Westview Townhomes.

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Habitat for Humanity of the Greater Teton Area is looking for a new executive director as Kendra Heimbuck plans to leave the position in August.

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At every level of government that has broached the subject, officials have come to drastically different conclusions about how much Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and the Teton Village Association should chip in to support bus service to the village.

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‘Hole’ condo plan advances

With a new condominium complex on North Glenwood making its way through the public review process, elected officials struggled Monday to reconcile the proliferation of high-end dwellings with the loss of the cheap homes that they will replace.

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Teton County is set to receive just over $2 million from the federal government this year to compensate for lost property taxes from public lands.

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Eight people had to evacuate their boat and climb onto a log jam in the middle of the Snake River Friday afternoon during a guided rafting trip to avoid being tossed overboard.

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Developer Larry Huhn has been given a second shot to talk workforce housing development in Hog Island before the Teton County Board of County Commissioners.