A few weeks ago, I wrote about the things we Americans are afraid of. Among other things, I said our politicians and others often try to scare us for their own purposes and that I could write more on the subject.
While preparing for today’s special section on home improvement, I’ve been thinking about my past domiciles — they’d been called everything from a dorm room on steroids to a health hazard, depending on how much my friends knew about the place.
You may have noticed I love plagiarizing old song lyrics. I’m a reasonably adept wordsmith, but often no words say it better than my favorite songs. Last month, lyrics from “She’s in Love with a Rodeo Man” testified to the longevity of my old dog and old truck. The tradition continues …
In today’s edition we pay tribute to one of our region’s biggest industries that literally puts food on all of our tables — agriculture. As a former 4-H and FFA member, this is something I get pretty excited about, and as a newcomer to the Big Horn Basin I’ve noticed a few striking differences to how farming is done here versus how we do it where I come from.
The students are settling in at Northwest College, so the time is right to share some bachelor recipes. Much like students, bachelors are too busy to actually cook; they get grouchy when hungry, and they try to be mindful of their nutritional needs for fueling their active lifestyle.