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Another fantastic year of Powell sports has come to a close for the Powell schools, with a ton of programs making an impact. Finishing out the spring, the Panther girls’ soccer team … more
Welcome, family, community members, friends and staff, but most importantly the graduating class of 2024 thank you for being here with us today. After 13 years, we have made it — … more
Thank you parents and family members for being here today. Thank you for supporting these graduates and helping them get to where they are today. I also want to thank my parents, teachers and friends … more
After living in Wyoming for the past 16 years, I have come to realize that in my opinion, spring is the best season here! We are finally through a cold, dark winter and we can look forward to three … more
I read a Trib column not long ago by someone I can't recall, about a “Poop Patrol.” Along those same good lines, I'd like to say a few words about my dog's bowel movements if I may. She's … more
I recently visited with a bodybuilder who told me that to watch my weight, I should eat several small meals a day. I thought this was excellent advice and told him so. He looked a little smug … more
Embarrassment is just the gift that keeps on giving these days.  Which I guess I am OK with, it’s good for everyone’s character development to experience such things every now … more
It’s no secret that our nation has experienced plummeting levels of trust over the past several years. It’s not difficult to see the reason: In every area there have been scandals and … more
In Wyoming, we have always relied on access to America’s public lands for our way of life and our livelihood. It is essential for energy and mineral development, ranching and agriculture, … more
One headline in the Salt Lake Tribune has stirred up the agricultural community across the West. It proclaims that hamburgers and cows are the culprits behind the droughts, and by eating … more
The East Gate is open. Mark Davis has posted his annual, always-refreshing ‘first day’ story and photos. Both are unmistakable signs the Tourons have returned. Each year folks outdo … more
Everyone wants authenticity. If you happen to see a poll on what people want in a church, authenticity often ranks up near the top of the list. People say they want authenticity from the pulpit and … more
The United States is the largest oil producer in the world. In 2023, we pumped out a record 12.9 million barrels every day. This is a significant milestone for the American … more
Politicians and public commentators talk a lot about economic diversification in Wyoming, and with good reason. Economic diversification is likely the single most important issue for the … more
I hate to admit it, but I have multiple personalities. Not in the sense that you’d think upon hearing those words, but two distinct personalities: my summer self, and my winter self. One … more
The model prayer that Jesus gave his followers begins, “Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name. Your kingdom come, your will be done, on Earth as it is in heaven,” Matthew … more
As the frost melts away and the days stretch longer, gardeners in Zone 4 eagerly expect the opportunity to get their hands back in the soil. With the arrival of spring, the gardening season kicks off … more
By Jona Harris Guest columnist   With April well underway, we take a moment to recognize the selfless individuals who generously donate their time, energy, and passion to make a … more
Last week, I had a very public and very embarrassing experience occur in the vet office.  A few months back, I had scheduled in for my cat to get fixed. It was time, as she had learned how … more
How can I know that God is faithful? Faithfulness is an attribute of God, a fact about his character. One of the things about God that has impacted me the most is that he has consistently kept his … more
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