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On days when avalanche danger is high, most backcountry skiers are conservative. But the few who make bad choices not only endanger themselves but risk an avalanche running onto the thousands of vehicles traveling Highway 22 over Teton Pass each day.

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Do you care about the gender wage gap, decriminalizing CBD oil, end runs around local zoning, school choice, regulating abortion, managing grizzlies, government transparency or animal cruelty?

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County commissioners were right to stand on Comprehensive Plan principle and deny a zoning amendment that would have allowed buildings larger than 10,000 square feet on Teton County’s rural lands.

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As new members of town and county elected bodies take their seats next week, the refreshed boards need to renew their commitment to efficient, effective local government.

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As winter takes hold and the snow starts to pile up, it’s admirable that the Teton Backcountry Alliance has formed to get users on the same page and educate them about respecting others.

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The last night of Hanukkah is the day of the year when the new moon is closest to the December solstice. It is the darkest 24-hour period of the year, when there is no light from the moon in the evening and when we are closest to the shortest day of the year.

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Killing photogenic wildlife in a national park hits a nerve. But Grand Teton National Park’s just-announced plan to rid the Tetons of nonnative mountain goats is the right thing to do.

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Astoria Hot Springs used to be the locals’ place. This favorite swimming hole will be a community gathering space when we all chip in.

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As chronic wasting disease marches across Wyoming the official refrain tends to be, “The positive test result does not come as a surprise.”