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If anyone has noticed me huffing and puffing up the trails and tracks below Heart Mountain, rest assured I’ve had good reason. The brisk pace, as opposed to my usual stroll, has been part of an … more
These are extraordinarily challenging times for the nation’s hospitals and health care workers. In just a couple of months, the coronavirus has swept around the globe and across the country, … more
Every year we’re told we could possibly get influenza, but during this cold and flu season, we are being bombarded by media hacks over one or two strains of the virus. They feel it’s so … more
I read recently of a man who made the following quote, “Things are in the saddle and ride mankind.” I would agree that things are riding mankind all right, but they are not in the saddle. … more
To control the spread of the COVID-19 virus, Park County has shut down non-essential businesses, which include dine-in restaurants, gyms, barbershops, and gift shops. The restrictions were initially … more
As we watch the national and global scene unfold in reaction to the novel coronavirus pandemic, it may be tempting to feel helpless and trapped in this never-ending-quarantine.   We would … more
It’s not as if there’s no place to go. Yes, the usual recreational or relaxation or exercise places are closed. As a friend said at the beginning of this COVID-19 epidemic when deciding … more
In the midst of an ever-changing world caused by an invasive virus, we find ourselves in a time of uncertainty. Although I would love to address something other than the pink elephant in the room, I … more
The three front-line primary care physicians at 307Health believe the low number of reported positive COVID-19 test numbers in Wyoming could be misleading to the public, government officials and … more
Yes, these are unprecedented times in our country. I started this column several times in hopes of communicating information and updates to all, only for the situation to change right when I am about … more
Before the use of internet, emojis and even mail people declared their feelings and emotions through flowers and floral arrangements. This is a form of expression called floriography or the … more
Lately, there has been a fair amount of coverage on blister beetle toxicity to horses. What should Wyoming hay producers know about blister beetles? Are there any management options for blister … more
As a cattle rancher and semi-retired veterinarian in Clark, I believe the United States must restore mandatory country of origin labeling of beef and pork. After seeing other countries’ … more
I pray the year of 2020 will be a fruitful and blessed year for everyone, especially American farmers. In the past two years, U.S. farmers have endured heavy crops losses related to an unusual … more
Thanks to the coronavirus epidemic currently sweeping the world, I have decided I’ll be in quarantine for a while. I’m not really sure how much danger I’m in, but I am among … more
The headlines are starting to shift a little, but the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, still dominates the news and probably our minds. Fear and anxiety tend to reign as we consider questions like: Does … more
I personally and professionally have struggled with how to think about the novel 2019 coronavirus disease (COVID-19). Let me share with you where I am with COVID-19: It is a real pandemic; our … more
While Wyoming often prides itself on being isolated from the mainstream, it is certainly not immune to all the world health scares. There is much confusion and concern surrounding COVID-19, or the … more
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, a series of talks at the Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area is highlighting the benefits of public lands. It’s a worthy cause. But as Earth … more
Effective law enforcement almost always involves good partnerships. From local cops on the beat to federal agents investigating trans-national drug trafficking organizations, collaboration at all … more
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