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The year 2020 wasn’t all that bad. Really, it wasn’t.

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Sam Johnson was down.

She was having a rough day in the Utah canyonlands, driving her van — it doubles as her home — on the tail end of a weekslong stretch in which she hadn’t seen anyone. Her cat, Zamboni, was ill.

This week I’m handing my column over to a friend who has a lovely story to share.

In 1984 she and her husband were a young couple well into their 30s.

Both had come from loving families and really wanted children. She wasn’t able to have them, so they began the adoption process. In Atlanta, where they lived, plenty of options were available, but they wanted to find a safe and reliable organization.

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12:30 p.m. update: After nearly 2 hours of public comment, the Teton County Board of County Commissioners voted to continue its Wyoming Public…