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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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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…

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Teton County Sheriff Matt Carr’s sentiment that he is “uncomfortable with the exclusion of the press” from a task force meant to improve community policing should be everyone’s reaction. A free, independent press serves as the eyes and ears of the people.

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You can still roast a turkey. Make that timeless family recipe for stuffing or green bean casserole. Raise a toast to friends and family near and far. But for the sake of your neighbors and loved ones, please make carefully considered, conservative decisions about spending this Thanksgiving …

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The evening of Nov. 3, a period of debate and discontent closed along with the polls. County- and country-wide, a record number of people engaged in democracy by filling out a ballot.

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More than half of Teton County’s registered voters have already cast ballots — joining Americans in a historic moment when, for the first time, a majority of ballots nationwide will be cast before Election Day.

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Town and county elected officials have wisely added another penny of sales tax to November’s ballot. Now it’s up to the voters to decide.

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Last I wrote, we were ascending precautions in reaction to pandemic. Now we’re navigating with hopes of its end ahead. Like you, we’ve learned a lot since then.

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Some readers may not realize that the dollar this newspaper costs on the newsstand (along with the paid subscriptions from valuable subscribers) covers a small percentage of the cost to produce and distribute the News&Guide. The overwhelming majority of newspaper revenue comes from the a…

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Through this global pandemic, our goal is to give you the latest information as we receive and verify it. Because COVID-19 is impacting every aspect of life as we know it, there is much to report. We know we cannot cover it all and have made community health a priority, including information…

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People are drawn to Jackson Hole largely because of its great potential for adventure. Adventure calls all around us in the mountains, rivers and open lands. Adventure brings exhilaration, adrenaline, satisfaction and inherent danger.