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Some of you kept your in-person social and economic groups going through the COVID crisis, hoping the virus would not land and spread through your numbers. Other groups have come back to in-person … more
For many people, these recent days have been troubling and concerning. It is really easy to get our eyes off the things we should be focused on and onto the trouble of our day. As a family, we have … more
Democrats in Washington are planning a far-reaching Big Brother initiative to squeeze every last penny out of everyday Americans. They need more money to pay for their reckless spending programs. … more
Well, it has been a very busy three, almost four weeks since I moved to Powell to take over the sports reporter position here at the Tribune. So I figured I should say hello. I came to join the … more
There are so many things out of my control. Big things.  I guess I didn’t really have an example ready when I penned that opening thought, but let’s say peace. I would love it if … more
Now’s the time when parents are smiling through their tears, bravely dropping first-time college students off — and those moms and dads are so distraught, wondering if they’re going … more
The National Faith and Blue Weekend is a collaborative initiative that builds bridges and breaks down barriers through activities and outreach amongst law enforcement professionals and the communities we serve. more
I am fully aware the unsolicited counsel of flatlanders is not looked upon with favor in northwest Wyoming, but indulge me, please, if you can. more
As a long-time, unpaid pet detective, I feel qualified to offer time-tested advice to keep your best friend safe and healthy. Pets are, after all, God’s sweetest gift to mankind, ranked by … more
CBS Sunday Morning recently aired a segment on the ideal American town — the one almost like ours, but quainter, with a fishing hole for fathers and sons just outside the town limits, with … more
With our short growing season ending, it is time for fall garden prep. This will not only enhance the appearance of the yard, but it will also ensure your garden gets some TLC.  Check the … more
As a history teacher, I am ultra-sensitive to the fact that history is not so much about what happened as it is about who told you what happened. If the “storyteller” is not honorable … more
The Park County Library is ready for fall with a calendar filled with activities as we enjoy all the fun things fall brings. The Powell Friends of the Library will be hosting a huge parking lot … more
Few things are more private than your household finances. In his American Families Plan, President Biden unveiled a tax compliance initiative aimed at closing the gap between taxes that are owed … more
I would guess that just about any American with some education about our nation’s history can complete that directive voiced by a member of Virginia’s House of Burgesses (that’s … more
In Yellowstone, the voice of authority is a young gal with a bullhorn telling people to move along. We ran into them on three occasions during our 11-hour drive through the park Friday. The first … more
It’s no secret that large numbers of Americans have been afflicted with significant levels of anxiety over the last decade. Though we’ve known this for some time, the problem … more
The symbol of our country is a woman — a mother who would sacrifice anything for the sake of her children. This is no accident. Through a stroke of good timing and determination, two airmen … more
I’m understanding a few things better as time goes by. It takes longer for me because I’m a little hardheaded. If we surveyed my kids, they’d say, “A little?!” … more
The first annual Telehealth Awareness Week is Sept. 19-25. This week will showcase the central role that telehealth now plays in the delivery of healthcare services.  The pandemic has … more
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