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On Nov. 30, I will have officially owned my own home for one year and boy has it been a good one. There have been so many wonderful memories made in the last year and there is no better feeling than … more
Revulsion. Outside the United States and Western Europe, the world has largely turned away in revulsion from the Israeli response to the Hamas attack in early October and from us, its American … more
At the second meeting of the year for the Wyoming High School Activities Association, on Halloween, the board approved a measure that will see the 35-second shot clock introduced into 3A and 4A … more
My fondest memories of Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays with family always include turkey legs. I often flash back to my adolescent pre-meal dreams when Mom would leave the meat on the bone and … more
The Powell Library is launching a Storywalk at Homesteader Park. Join us Friday, Dec. 1 from 1-3 p.m., as we hold a ribbon cutting and unveil the Storywalk for the community.  Stop by the … more
I texted my kids yesterday, “I don’t try to be annoying, it’s just a gift from God. I’m thinking I’ll bestow my talent on you this Christmas.” One son shot back, … more
This year will be my 53rd Christmas. One thing that has intrigued me for some years now is how certain words are used in Christmas sermons, on decorations, cards, signs and Christmas … more
I wrote of my lone trip to Deep Lake, but I think it’s time I visit there again. Not physically — I’m diametrically opposed to walking anywhere out of cable TV range — but in … more
Last week I fulfilled my constitutional duty when I submitted a balanced budget proposal for the next two years. Consistent with my approach since taking office, I presented a fiscally conservative … more
W e all have needs: Food, water and shelter are some of the things that come to mind for basic needs. Turkey, stuffing, yams, pie crust and pumpkin pie filling were most likely on your list of items … more
I n Wyoming, there is a growing schism between people on the same side of the political aisle. This divide focuses on the differences between self-described “traditional Republicans,” … more
The very word ‘style,’ when applied to the world of fashion, seems to have acquired a new definition. Style once meant the elaborately beautiful creations worn in classic movies more
In May of 2016 I was a junior, already afraid of graduation because I didn’t know what I wanted to be when I grew up. I was terrified and anxious, more so than usual at least.   … more
Recently one of our offspring texted to ask if we were hosting Thanksgiving this year. I texted back, “I’m not sure because I’m cooking for a public event that day. I think … more
It is hard to be optimistic about the state of politics in our nation. Both in Washington and Wyoming, we are faced with many problems and few solutions. Elected officials refuse to work … more
Fungi, such as mycelium, has a symbiotic relationship with trees. And if trees could talk, I am sure they would express their gratitude for the underground relationship they share. We will explore … more
Until just last year, Wyoming has led the country in the suicide death rate since 2018, according to the most recent Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data. This is an issue of life or … more
Some years ago, a book entitled “unChristian” by David Kinnaman and Gabe Lyons explored how those who believe in Jesus are perceived by the non-Christian world. As expected, one of the … more
The first portion of the school sports year has come to an end, with a lot of excitement surrounding athletics around Powell at the high school and college level. Now starting at the top, I am … more
At the end of November, I will officially have been a homeowner for one year. It seems like time has just flown by and I’ve been able to make so many wonderful memories. From painting and … more
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