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Last week’s News&Guide story about Jackson Hole Boot and Shoe Repair and its owner Michael Sweatt spotlighted an increasingly endangered species: locally owned and operated small businesses.

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Cameras are watching and scales are clicking as tractor-trailers flout the seasonal “no-trailer” season on Teton Pass. Drivers who try to sneak through waste countless hours of residents’ time and money when they get stuck or caught and have to turn around or be towed down.

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Newly sworn-in Jackson Police Department Chief Michelle Weber has earned a virtual high-five from the community. Based on her background, training and stated priorities, she is the leader this department needs now.

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Some Republicans continue to support President Donald Trump’s failing and desperate attempts to “find” votes to stay in office, but the election is over and states have certified their results.

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Before March of 2020 the congregation of First Baptist would take a few moments after the announcements each Sunday to welcome one another with hugs and handshakes. It was a warm, sincere, loving expression that made some introverts nervous, but it was not the formal “Passing of the Peace” t…

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Clearly, the fatigue of COVID-19 precautions is showing. Our hospital is near capacity, and its ability to accept more patients is dwindling. Dozens of hospital staff are home quarantined — half are themselves infected — yet the hospital is busier than ever. It’s not sustainable. As a commun…