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Christina Marroquin had a new job as a substitute teacher and worked for one day before COVID-19 shut everything down. The job loss now leaves her and her husband with a pile of bills and one less income to support them and their 5-month-old baby, Jupiter.

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This week is Sunshine Week, an important seven days celebrated by journalists who work hard to shine light on government workings and records. Though the following report was bumped from our March 18 News&Guide edition to make space for important coverage of the coronavirus, the pandemic…

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Some relief may be available for businesses forced to close due to a sweeping public health order issued to slow the rate of COVID-19 transmission. Businesses that choose to close or otherwise experience a virus-related downturn over the next few weeks may also be eligible for assistance.

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As COVID-19 has accelerated into a global pandemic, the town and county voted unanimously Thursday to cancel a swath of large events set to take place over the next month.

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In a dispute about how much Teton Village pays into the START system, it appears Jackson Hole Mountain Resort might not provide bus passes to its season passholders next winter, ending a decade-long skier perk and traffic reduction incentive.

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Teton County is preparing the first update of the community’s septic system regulations in a decade, and water quality advocates are taking the opportunity to push for sweeping reform and more environmentally protective rules.

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In preparation for two major downtown construction projects set to begin next month, the town of Jackson will host a public open house Tuesday to explain the work and the effects it will have on roads, traffic and businesses in the area.

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Jackson officials are formally lodging their complaints about the Bridger-Teton National Forest’s analysis of Snow King’s master plan, asking the forest to consider a wider range of possibilities for development and expansion of the mountain.

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The Teton County Library Board has approved the creation of a new position to manage information technology needs, bringing that work back under the library roof after outsourcing much of it to Teton County’s IT team in recent years.

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A contingent of opponents of the Tribal Trail Connector, many of whom live in the area of the proposed bypass, condemned the South Park road project from just about every possible angle at an open house Wednesday.