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The town of Jackson and Teton County elected officials are set to convene May 24 to discuss a hot topic: whether to approve funding for a destination management plan in the Travel and Tourism Board budget, and ultimately how to find balance between our community’s quality of life and its tou…

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Wyoming’s representative in Congress showed some true Wyoming grit last week. U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney put country over party, Constitution over cult of personality, and, most importantly, her responsibility to sworn duty over the controversial ideology that currently plagues Republican leadership.

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Our country has a once-in-a-generation opportunity to invest in infrastructure as laid out in President Biden’s recent joint speech to Congress. The Wyoming Department of Transportation has paved the way, submitting its own wish list for big projects.

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This newspaper often takes public officials to task and questions what they decide — or don’t decide — but it should also take a moment to praise the valley’s elected officials for some recent decisions.

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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.