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Dr. Travis Riddell knows personally how restrictive masks can be. He wears one for up to 10 hours a day when working in his pediatrics practice. He recently wore one while performing CPR on a newborn at 1 a.m.

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Dr. Travis Riddell knows personally how restrictive masks can be. He wears one for up to 10 hours a day when working in his pediatrics practice. He recently wore one while performing CPR on a newborn at 1 a.m.

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When activists say “Defund the police,” that’s too broad a statement to accurately reflect the societal changes needed to address ongoing injustice and inequality.

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There you are, cruising down Broadway, when traffic goes from a free-flowing 25 mph to a dead stop. Worse, the lane of traffic next to you is empty because everyone anticipating the one-lane construction zone has merged early.

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Two teenage friends brought cheers and tears at Sunday’s march for unity when they told hundreds of protesters their stories of being questioned or ridiculed based on skin color. They schooled the crowd: Safety, equality and basic human rights are not choices, not opinions, they are necessities.

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Energy and tourism, our state’s two biggest economic engines, have been severely disrupted. Wyoming’s fiscal future is in peril, and our legislative and gubernatorial leadership is failing to address the urgent need to create new revenue, now.

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Local businesses and organizations have struggled mightily since the coronavirus pandemic hit in mid-March. These challenges are highly visible through “closed” signs, quiet streets and many unemployed friends, family and neighbors. The uncertainty and disruption to Jackson Hole’s economy an…

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Email records obtained by News&Guide reporters show how the state recently second-guessed and slow-walked Teton County’s top public health official’s urgent efforts to keep the community safe. Teton District Health Officer Dr. Travis Riddell based his order on the best available evidence…

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A heartfelt tip of the hat to landlord and lifelong valley resident Bonnie Budge for giving her tenants relief through rent forgiveness in April. Many of the 35 people who reside in her mobile home park work in the hard-hit service industry and on the hospital frontlines. Other residential l…