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In a community where relentless building is the standard and developers regularly scrap aging structures to build expensive multistory buildings, our hearts are warmed by the success of a community investment model to preserve Hungry Jack’s in Wilson.

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In a community where relentless building is the standard and developers regularly scrap aging structures to build expensive multistory buildings, our hearts are warmed by the success of a community investment model to preserve Hungry Jack’s in Wilson.

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Should the new “glamping” facility near Teton Village come with a warning disclaimer, “This property skipped local health and safety permitting and inspections”?

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For generations folks living in the Mountain West have joined to overcome the struggles of rural life. Long winters with cold temps, wind and deep snow are core to the challenges that can either isolate us as individuals or unite us as a community.

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Each fall the reality of living at 6,237 feet and above sets in with early cold temps, and, ideally, early snow. Fortunately the stockpiling of winter moisture begins as the blanket of white covers the valley, giving us hope of refilling reservoirs and ending a pattern of drought.

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Jackson Hole is a brutal place to be homeless. While balmy in the summer months, when the weather turns, those without shelter who are often struggling mentally and physically seek solutions wherever they can be found. Recently as has been reported, law enforcement officers have been called …

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The opinions expressed in this space are crafted with a singular purpose, mirroring this newspaper’s mission. We seek to preserve Jackson Hole’s heritage and environment and protect and enhance the special character of the valley and surrounding ecosystem.

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Skiers and riders rejoiced this week as snow hit the valley floor and blanketed the mountain slopes. For decades the first significant snowfall has been celebrated by watching Teton Gravity Research or Storm Show films, waxing the boards and putting away bikes (except for those fat bikes). W…

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It’s the biggest ask in valley history. Fifteen proposals totaling more than $166 million fill this fall’s specific purpose excise tax ballot.

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Although one Wyoming court has found that Teton County does not have standing, that decision doesn’t mean elected state officials are right to trample transparency, fairness and community values — not to mention missing the chance for a better deal.

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Like many of our readers, we were moved by Mark Huffman’s news obituary reporting on the life of Clarene Law in last week’s edition. Her family’s submitted obituary today (see page 18B) is another worthy tribute.