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Wyoming’s Constitution protects the rights of competent adults to make health care decisions, but the state Legislature and governor are preparing to violate citizens’ rights in the weeks ahead by signing into a law a bill blocking access to abortion.

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Neither rain nor hail nor driving wind could keep them away. East Jacksonites descended upon May Park like hungry locusts Monday evening, lining up and hanging out as long as it took to be served a piping hot quesadilla, taco or lobster roll.

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Natural disasters are a stark reminder of nature’s powerful forces. Their impact is significant to both the environment and people living across the landscape.

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Wyoming’s Constitution protects the rights of competent adults to make health care decisions, but the state Legislature and governor are preparing to violate citizens’ rights in the weeks ahead by signing into a law a bill blocking access to abortion.

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Neither rain nor hail nor driving wind could keep them away. East Jacksonites descended upon May Park like hungry locusts Monday evening, lining up and hanging out as long as it took to be served a piping hot quesadilla, taco or lobster roll.

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Natural disasters are a stark reminder of nature’s powerful forces. Their impact is significant to both the environment and people living across the landscape.

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Escalating firearm violence across the United States should have all citizens’ attention.

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Looking around Jackson Hole, it’s difficult to find even a trace of American Indian culture. The first human inhabitants of the valley are rarely acknowledged, much less celebrated. That’s why this weekend’s Teton Pow Wow was such a welcome sight.

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An important decision from the joint town and county elected officials is in the works. They’re whittling down a $200-million-plus list of specific purpose excise tax requests and deciding what to put on the November ballot.

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A swelling sentiment among some local conservative leaders to reduce or eliminate locally imposed property tax mills — which pump roughly $25 million into the county’s general fund — would be shortsighted and unsustainable.

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Property taxes shooting up 50%, 70%, 90% in a single year — or 337% in four years, depending on what properties sold in a neighborhood — shows just how broken Wyoming’s tax structure is.

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It’s way past time for a major update to the Rec Center, one of the few taxpayer-supported amenities that everyone can use.

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The recent policy update by Teton County administration to limit telework options to a maximum of one day per week for all employees is shortsighted. During a time of major labor shortages, this kind of binary thinking is outdated. If there were ever a time to create more flexibility across …

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Easing the housing crunch in Jackson Hole is going to take a little carrot, a little stick, a spirit of generosity and opening our collective mind to solutions that have worked in other mountain resort towns.

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Sitting next to one another before a live audience Tuesday evening, Rep. Liz Cheney and Nick Penniman agreed on some things (voter ID) and cordially agreed to disagree on others (ranked-choice voting, and publicly funded campaigns). And that was the remarkable thing. Their civil tone and pri…