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The most important thing about the Aug. 28 “Groping victim feels let down by cops, prosecutors, courts” article is that it allowed the victim to have a voice and the ability to speak out, as she was left feeling that “the system” fell short of providing some sense of closure to her.

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With the long days of summer winding down and the routine of the school year starting up soon, we want to remind the public to be extra cautious of kids making their way to and from school. While driving it is especially important to be focused along school routes and other transportation co…

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With fall fast approaching, hunters are getting their gear together: clothing, binoculars, rifles, survival pack, licenses and bear spray — everything that makes for a safe, successful hunt.

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You may have wondered why we are making so little progress on the major issues facing this community. Those issues include affordable housing, traffic, overcrowding, Snake River crowding and health, nutrient pollution in our waterways, funding for critical capital projects, pushing back agai…

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Why does the Jackson Hole News&Guide choose to rush to judgment about the status of Meadow Road instead of allowing Grand Teton National Park’s assessment process to proceed and be completed?

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The Grand Teton Lodge Company, owned by Vail Resorts, has applied to Teton County to amend the 2002 master plan for the Jackson Hole Golf and Tennis Club, designated by Teton County as a planned resort zone and governed by the planned unit development-planned resort master plan. These county…

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As I sip my hot coffee on the front porch of my house on one of the busier streets of East Jackson, I see all kinds of residents walk by: seniors walking for their daily exercise, new mothers gingerly pushing tiny babies in their strollers, a group of friends high-fiving after a bike ride up…

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The first time I ever watched beavers at work in Wyoming, they were busy fortifying their lodge on Slough Creek in the backcountry of Yellowstone National Park. As my husband was fly-fishing for trout nearby I watched for hours as the two beavers went back and forth to their growing lodge.

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I wish I could report that I was shocked this spring when, while teaching my class “Talking About Diversity: #EquityOutdoors” at a state university thousands of miles away in New York, my hometown of Jackson emerged at the epicenter of the conservation movement and outdoor industry’s most co…

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I had my eyes opened at the town of Jackson and Teton County joint information meeting last week. After listening to the discussion I’m now fully in support of “bundling” the proposed projects on the specific purpose excise tax ballot measure.

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Last week’s article “SHIFT imbroglio reveals much work remains” purported to treat the SHIFT controversy in an objective manner. Significant parts of the article, however, were not reportorial, but drifted into opinion, while neglecting to examine the serious claims made by the critics of SHIFT.

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As a 40-year Wyoming resident and hunter, fisherman, biologist and outdoors person, I find myself once again frustrated by our Game and Fish Department, this time because of the chronic wasting disease threat to the animals of our state.

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Looking out over a Wind River Range valley of trees, a meadow and a stream, we can see that people all over the world are busy burning fossil fuels, because there is a thick haze obscuring the mountains. No matter which “sovereign nation” creates air pollution, there’s still just one sky. Wy…

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Transportation is a regional issue that touches every person in our valley. Whether you live in Teton County, commute from neighboring towns or are visiting, you will deal with significant transportation challenges our valley and region face.

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I would like to clarify points raised in last week’s editorial about the West Broadway Landslide and percent-for-art ordinances. I am an artist and a creative director, but the following may read a bit more like an economic report, so please bear with me.