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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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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…

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Coronavirus can spread the feeling of helplessness. We’re completely out of our spring routines. The richness and vitality we enjoy as a community seems gone like a rug pulled from underneath us. Worse, when it sickens loved ones, you cannot hug or comfort them when they need you most. This …

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Our community is gradually settling into a new pace of life, with drastically reduced levels of service and personal interaction. Businesses and schools are shuttered across the country, and all for the right reason: reducing the spread of COVID-19.

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As our community enters uncharted territory we need to act preemptively to flatten the curve of COVID-19 infection. We must take immediate action to change our daily lives before it is too late, heeding the spot-on direction of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and our local hea…

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Although Jackson Hole residents have noticed and remarked upon grocery shelves emptied of toilet paper, hand sanitizer or other items, the News&Guide is not displaying photographs of the empty shelves to avoid encouraging any hoarding of supplies.

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Last Wednesday a local politician, admittedly acting as a private citizen, set off a firestorm by protesting the U.S. Senate’s vote to clear President Donald Trump of impeachment charges.

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For Jackson Hole to stay true to its roots in the face of progress and be a community first, resort second, the Gill family’s recently stated axiom, “If you want a local community, you need locals,” is right on the mark.