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After practicing medicine for nearly 40 years, most of those years here in Jackson, I have witnessed the miracles of medicine’s evolution many times, to the benefit of me and my patients.

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My work family at Community Entry Services was devastated to learn one of our clients, aged 72, passed away this month. This loss further reminded me of the critical role CES plays in Jackson that goes widely unacknowledged.

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After practicing medicine for nearly 40 years, most of those years here in Jackson, I have witnessed the miracles of medicine’s evolution many times, to the benefit of me and my patients.

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My work family at Community Entry Services was devastated to learn one of our clients, aged 72, passed away this month. This loss further reminded me of the critical role CES plays in Jackson that goes widely unacknowledged.

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Decidedly, we are selfish for sustainability in wanting to keep Teton Valley, Idaho, a rural, affordable, ag/ranch community. It is with much disappointment and consternation that we see the Teton County (Wyoming) Board of County Commissioners attempting to dictate how our valley should grow…

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You may have noticed that some people list their pronouns in their email signatures, in their Zoom box and on their name tags. You might be curious why. If you ask you will likely get a lot of different answers. People share their pronouns for a wide variety of reasons.

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Es posible que haya notado que algunas personas enumeran sus pronombres en sus firmas de correo electrónico, en su cuadro de Zoom y en sus etiquetas de identificación. Puede que tengas curiosidad por el motivo. Si lo preguntas, es posible que obtengas muchas explicaciones diferentes. Las per…

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In a vote as disappointing as it was par for the course for some current members of the Teton County Commission, only two of the five commissioners voted June 1 to support and fund a water quality director staff position in the county. (Thank you commissioners Propst and Newcomb).

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I recently watched a livestream of the anti-wolf bills that passed through the Montana Legislature. The scene was of a chairman or moderator calling on individuals to speak. These individuals were divided into pro-wolf and anti-wolf camps. It is predictable what each said.

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Just over 25 years ago there wasn’t a single mile of pathway in Teton County. Today there are more than 65 miles, with more to come in the very near future. What was once an ambitious idea is now a well-used and appreciated amenity, intended for people of all ages and abilities and varying m…

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This week several letters addressed to the editor are being published in today’s edition of the Jackson Hole Daily because Thursday’s cover article “Massage leads to arrest” elicited strong reactions among readers.

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Last summer I wrote a “Guest Shot” describing how our housing problem is driven by demand, not supply. Since then demand has gotten stronger and supply even smaller. The data, as reported by the Jackson Hole Real Estate Report, are clear: The average single-family home sales price in the fir…

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This seems to be the year our area will experience a drought. My inbox continues to receive forecasting of drought as we watch spring storms briefly dampen the ground, quick to dry. Forecasters bear the grim warning. This may be the year of severe wildland fire in Wyoming.