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The following responses from candidates were compiled — with minimal editing for readability and space — from a News&Guide questionnaire sent to each candidate. Voters will be able to choose a maximum of three candidates for county commission. Mark Newcomb and Luther Propst are both incumbents.

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The following responses from candidates were compiled — with minimal editing for readability and space — from a News&Guide questionnaire sent to each candidate. Voters will be able to choose a maximum of three candidates for county commission. Arne Jorgensen and Jonathan Schechter are bo…

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The following responses from candidates were compiled — with minimal editing for readability and space — from a questionnaire sent to each candidate by the News&Guide. This seat is currently held by Democrat Andy Schwartz, who is not running for re-election.

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The following responses from candidates were compiled — with minimal editing for readability and space — from a questionnaire sent to each candidate by the News&Guide. This seat is currently held by independent Jim Roscoe, who is not running for re-election.

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The following responses from candidates were compiled — with minimal editing for readability and space — from a questionnaire sent to each candidate by the News&Guide. This seat is currently held by Democrat Mike Yin, who is running for re-election.

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On a frigid night nearly 100 valley residents came to together at The Virginian Lodge to celebrate all things Jackson Hole. The theme for this year’s 49’er Ball — the oldest and longest running community event in Jackson — was “Act Like a Local.”

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Gangsters and flappers gathered en masse at the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar Saturday to try their luck at craps, roulette and blackjack while listening to big band music. It was the Rotary Club of Jackson Hole’s annual Casino Night, the group’s biggest fundraiser, to sponsor as many as 40 scho…

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The fairgrounds on Saturday was a trick-or-treater’s Shangri-La — the one time it’s OK to accept candy from a stranger’s truck.

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With the full moon, the clear skies and late-summer temperatures, this week was a favorite for many locals. Foliage peaked, decorating the valley with reds, yellows and oranges with a soundtrack of elk bugling and fox yips. With just a few more weeks until a fresh coat of paint, our photogra…

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When the Rev. Jimmy Bartz spoke to parishioners at St. John’s Episcopal Church on Sunday morning, his dog, Rooster, was not only by his side but was also incorporated into the sermon.

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The first frost has come and gone, and with it, Zone 4’s short three-month growing season comes to an end.

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Some call Burning Man a lawless festival of debauchery — one that serves tech execs who try acting poor for a week, or aged adults who spend more time dancing to DJs than doing taxes, or whimsical hippies who dream of the day they can photosynthesize, or Instagram influencers who seek to fre…

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As students enjoy the final throes of summer, new educators with the Teton County School District navigated their own first day of school jitters.

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Once host to hundreds of Boy Scouts throughout the summer months, the Treasure Mountain Boy Scout Camp, located in Teton Canyon, surrendered its permit this summer with the Caribou-Targhee National Forest Service, ending an 84-year-old tradition.

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From best cookies to team roping to pie eating, Teton County came out in droves to compete for ribbons at the fair. Some came from as far away as Kentucky and Wisconsin (see the horse pulls). Some kids just kept showing up again and again. (See English horse show results.)

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The county’s biggest party roared back to life last week after two year years of muted festivities. The Teton County Fair had a huge turnout, and fair organizers were able to add more programming after sponsors poured money at the event.

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The breeze picked up ever so slightly, catching a handful of dandelion seeds and spinning them into the summer sun. As people gathered on the quiet side of the Tetons under a white tent under a bright blue sky, four professional musicians found their seats just behind the Alta Branch Library.

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If you are called to sun-soaked grass that smells of barbecue sauce and silver-haired people playing the fiddle, look no farther than the Jackson Hole Hootenanny.

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Some 12-year-olds are busy learning TikTok dances. Grace Pickering is busy learning Norse and Greek mythology.

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Each year the National Newspaper Association honors the best in community journalism in the Better Newspaper Editorial Contest and the best in community newspaper advertising in the Better Newspaper Advertising Contest. The BNEC and BNAC, together, make up the association’s Better Newspaper …

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With no natural disasters and no major holidays, Saturday was the perfect bluebird day to head to Town Square and take a lap, or two, at the first Jackson Hole Farmers Market this season.

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The Art Association was celebrating its 57th annual Art Fair Jackson Hole this past weekend but also its first fair in the Center for the Arts park.

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It’s been a big week of loud and proud celebration, public declaration, and rainbow sophistication.

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Motioning with a billowing, blue sleeve, Your Girl Catherine welcomed “Jackson’s first drag queen” to the Pink Garter Theater stage Saturday night.

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Entering the Snow King Sports and Events Center on Saturday was a paradigm shift from mountain athletics to one of complete cultural significance — and Jackson soaked it in.

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Straw Free JH hosted its annual plogging event to help clean up the pathways around the high school. Plogging originated in Sweden and is the act of picking up litter while jogging. Athletes from the Jackson Hole High School track team showed up for their third year.

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Over 100 students and their families packed into the Jackson Hole High School auditorium April 26 to find out if their efforts to win a scholarship from one of 50 organizations would come to fruition.

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Nadine Salas is interested in going into law enforcement but has had concerns, reflecting on what she’s heard about the profession and being a young Latina woman. She’s wondered whether the space is necessarily safe for her — and whether she should even ask questions about it.