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We hold close the good memories from yesteryear. I asked those who grew up in Jackson Hole or are longtime residents for memories of Christmases past. I received over 500 comments. The nostalgia these residents and former residents feel for this valley is overwhelming. They loved everything …

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Generosity comes in many forms: caring, gifts, money, time and knowledge, to name a few. I imagine that all of us have witnessed generosity during the COVID-19 pandemic. I am humbled by the acts of kindness I have received during the past eight months. Many people are isolated and can’t see …

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We have just 13 days to go until Election Day. My series on candidates for town and county government continues this week with the spotlight on Wes Gardner, who is running as an independent for a Teton County commissioner seat. I asked Wes three questions:

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I think it’s great when local kids can come back to Jackson to live and flourish after college graduation. Paige Byron Curry did just that. She is instrumental in bringing back the beloved Astoria, which will open soon.

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It has been 40 years since a fire ravaged The Wort Hotel. I remember that summer evening of Aug. 5, 1980, like it was yesterday. My two daughters and I were headed east down Broadway, after having dinner at The Wort, when we heard the sirens. A bird’s nest sitting too close to a transformer …

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I don’t know very many 12-year-olds, and I was curious about what today’s kids of that age are thinking about and what they are interested in. Annabelle Erskine agreed to an interview. I found her to be interesting, thoughtful and confident. Mostly I was impressed with her sense of humor.