Why one member of Jackson’s Hispanic community is especially grateful this Thanksgiving.
Hospital workers, contact tracers, and some business owners are acutely affected by the recent spike in infections.
Proponents said a seventh cent of sales tax was one of the best tools to infuse a struggling economy and support community priorities. Now officials are eyeing other alternatives, including raising property taxes in town.
Local female candidates campaigned on community and compassion. Now, will they face unequal pressure to be the glue keeping Jackson whole?
Jubilance swirled through Jackson’s Town Square on Saturday morning. After four anxiety-filled days, the results of a historic presidential election were in.
Voters overwhelmingly rejected Republican candidates for local and national races, deepening Teton County’s outlier status amid a sea of red. Is a local blue wave a reaction to Trump or reflective of a larger tide?
Unofficial election results include a landslide victory for Vice Mayor Hailey Morton Levinson. Meanwhile, Jim Rooks and Jessica Sell Chambers take seats on Jackson Town Council and incumbents Natalia Macker and Greg Epstein retain their positions on the Board of Teton County Commissioners. Plus, dispatches from the polls.
More than 70 percent of the valley’s registered voters have already cast their ballots for what has been called the most consequential election of a lifetime. For those voting today, measures are in place to keep the process safe and secure.
Jackson’s DACA recipients have made personal strides and enriched the community. Now their fate is likely in the hands of voters who must decide between an immigration opponent and a candidate who promises them a path to citizenship.