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Wyoming atheists have watched with growing dismay the continuing intrusion of religion into our state government. Because we love living in this beautiful state we have collectively shrugged our shoulders and hoped nobody would interfere in our own lives. That time is past.

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If a sample is carefully selected from a larger population of interest, the results can be used to make inferences about outcomes likely to be seen in that population. Ensuring representativeness requires adherence to strict sample selection methodology. If the sample is not representative, …

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Wyoming atheists have watched with growing dismay the continuing intrusion of religion into our state government. Because we love living in this beautiful state we have collectively shrugged our shoulders and hoped nobody would interfere in our own lives. That time is past.

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If a sample is carefully selected from a larger population of interest, the results can be used to make inferences about outcomes likely to be seen in that population. Ensuring representativeness requires adherence to strict sample selection methodology. If the sample is not representative, …

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In the News&Guide we read of ruffled feathers stemming from heavy-handed mandates by the joint town and county pathways department. Willow Street’s removed parking spaces, Snow King Avenue bollards, speeding e-bikers, etc., are not universally popular. Perhaps pathway designers see thems…

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Hijra, bacha posh and transgender are all words to describe individuals who operate outside gender norms. These concepts have existed as long as there have been gender identifications. Trans people are well-represented across history and are successful and contributing members of society whe…

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The red bridge at Astoria is a lovely relic. It not only adds a splash of color to the landscape, it’s also a piece of local history. Along with swinging bridge in South Park, it once spanned the Snake River on Highway 22. (Both bridges were moved in 1961.)

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As the entire world knows by now, former President Donald Trump, the presumptive leader of the Republican Party, has called for the “termination” of the Constitution to overturn the 2020 election. Trump’s landmark demand, if implemented, would eviscerate the Constitution, American democracy …

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The Nutcracker ballet is based on a German fairytale set to music written by Peter Tchaikovsky in 1894. It has become an American Christmas classic. For the past several years, COVID-19 excluded, the Russian Club of Jackson Hole, Dancers’ Workshop and the Center For the Arts have collaborate…

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A dozen years ago the town of Jackson and the National Museum of Wildlife Art had the exceptional experience of hosting Walter J. Hood, former chair of landscape architecture at the University of California, Berkeley. In 2019 he was awarded the MacArthur Fellowship, otherwise known as the “g…

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When I was 25, I had a safe and legal abortion. Even at that time in New York City, it was dangerous to be a reproductive healthcare provider. Security was low-key, but high. My partner remained in the waiting room. The staff was great, warm, caring, but also at work, with women to care for …

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Like many valley residents, especially those of us living in close proximity to the state land along Highway 390, we are very concerned about the “temporary” glamping facilities now being constructed (which appear to be very permanent in nature).

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Twenty years ago, alongside co-founders Olivia Meigs, Jonathan Schechter and Steve Duerr, I created an organization that could create breakthroughs in global affairs by bringing people together in Jackson Hole: the Jackson Hole Center for Global Affairs (JHCGA.org).

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Everyone has a housing story. In this community it’s likely you also know the housing stories of your friends, your colleagues and your child’s favorite teacher.

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I was pleased to read that the Town Council has agreed to implement new electric bike regulations (News&Guide, Oct. 2022). As promising as this action is, I’m concerned that it doesn’t go far enough in addressing the safety concerns surrounding biking and particularly, e-biking.