Through forgiveness

Father Ubald, a survivor of the Rwandan genocide who used his story to spread a gospel of peace through forgiveness, dies of COVID-19.

See Valley-Scene cover.

Sit down get down

You have to remain seated at your table but can still jam out to hometown band Lonesome Gold’s new album at the Silver Dollar this weekend.

See Scene, page 2B.

A brand new prosecutor

Two weeks on the job and Clay Kainer is already working dozens of felony cases for the Teton County and Prosecuting Attorney’s Office.

See Valley, page 5B.

Weather wrap

Jackson’s weather in 2020 was colder and much snowier than normal, along with close to normal precipitation.

See Valley, page 7B.

Moose return

After a two-month hiatus, the Jackson Hole Moose are returning at the end of the month with strict limits on attendance.

See Sports cover.

Three for three

Breezy Johnson has made the podium in her first three World Cup downhill races this season. A third-place finish in Austria highlighted the Victor native’s most recent competition in Europe.

See Sports cover.

Sweeping up

Jackson’s high school Nordic program continued to dominate over the weekend, taking all individual titles in the a three-team meet at Trail Creek.

See Sports cover.

Win column

Jackson’s girls basketball team took down Big Piney last week for its first win of the season. The Broncs are back at it with back-to-back home games this week.

See Sports, page 4C.

Can cook, will travel

Private chefs are in demand among folks who want to leave the cooking to others but prefer to stay safe at home.

See Business, page 9C.

PPP2 arrives

The Paycheck Protection Program reopened with some changes, including one that lets businesses and nonprofits that exhausted their first PPP loan apply for another.

See Business, page 10C.

Contact Jennifer Dorsey at or 732-5908.

Jennifer Dorsey is chief copy editor and Business section coordinator. She worked in Washington, D.C., and Chicago before moving to the Tetons.

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