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Perhaps Teton County commissioners and Commissioners’ Administrator Alyssa Watkins could spend a few nights sleeping and eating at the fire station.

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Last week’s North South Park Planning Steering Committee meeting brought forward a culmination of planning work toward 1,200 housing units plus one more curveball in the planning process: another potential landowner. The Trust for Public Land could be the nonprofit recipient of a 45-acre par…

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Perhaps Teton County commissioners and Commissioners’ Administrator Alyssa Watkins could spend a few nights sleeping and eating at the fire station.

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Last week’s North South Park Planning Steering Committee meeting brought forward a culmination of planning work toward 1,200 housing units plus one more curveball in the planning process: another potential landowner. The Trust for Public Land could be the nonprofit recipient of a 45-acre par…

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This year has been filled with unprecedented challenges and community successes. As we take a deep breath in reviewing the top news stories of the year, it’s important to focus on the positive stories of community accomplishment.

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All I want for Christmas is world peace, a healthy family, and a new ski jacket. We look forward to Christmas as a time when we can be happy and wish that others can be happy as well. What if our Christmas wish was even greater: to be able to have more compassion for everyone? It’s a little …

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There was a striking juxtaposition of headlines on the front page of last week’s News&Guide: Soaring tax revenue and elected officials’ reluctance to approve a pilot assistance program to cover first and last month, along with a security deposit, for increasingly pricey rentals.

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These are the dark days of December for our corner of the world, and for a large percentage of valley residents they are dark days in more ways than one.

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A cover story this week shows how the new omicron variant is already impacting Jackson Hole travelers heading to South Africa for business and humanitarian aid.

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Recent calls from advocacy group ShelterJH for a moratorium on issuing building permits in the town of Jackson illustrate a bigger concern over the type of development this community wants.

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A stunning number of people in our community are food insecure. In one of the wealthiest counties in the United States, the inequity is stark.

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In case you missed it, we want to draw our community’s attention to an article published Oct. 13 about how one Jackson family’s kindness found a new home for another.

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An article in the Sept. 22 edition highlighted the launch of the Community Housing Fund, a project of the Teton Board of Realtors. The individual real estate agents, brokerages and sellers who have donated nearly $200,000 to date should be applauded.