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March is National Reading Month and there isn’t a better way to celebrate than to visit the library. Park County Libraries have fun things happening at all of the libraries. March kicked off … more
Early on the morning of Jan. 22, 1992, at the Wyoming State Penitentiary in Rawlins, Mark Hopkinson was strapped into a gurney to be executed by lethal injection. He was pronounced dead at 12:57 a.m. … more
Many reading this column might be familiar with the one-hit wonder by the German Eurodance group, “Snap: I’ve Got the Power.” This is something that everyone reading the column can … more
We’re often told to follow in someone’s footsteps if we want to succeed. Don’t try that with me. If you’re aiming for any type of victory this side of heaven, I’d … more
In 1976, three years before she became Prime Minister of England, Margaret Thatcher said, in an interview, “The problem with socialism is that you eventually run out of other people’s … more
I’m seeing a faint light at the end of a pretty long tunnel.  Whether the light will get brighter or fade to black is an open question. True, the spread of the COVID-19 virus seems to … more
My last article discussed how crop selection, canopy and management contribute to a field’s overall weed management plan. Competitive crop selection and effective herbicides combined showed the … more
I have always been fascinated by the mind. Not being a neurologist, actually not even close, I certainly cannot tell you the interworking of the human brain. But it is obvious that what we think … more
Using both tight budgets and a COVID pandemic as excuses, the dumb idea of limiting printed public notices in Wyoming newspapers has reared its ugly head again in the Legislature in … more
The time has come and passed for New Year’s resolutions. But this doesn’t preclude resolving to read more. The possibilities are endless. In 2018, 1.6 million books were published. … more
For decades, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department has stood out for our ability to successfully manage wildlife on the same shared landscape on which mineral development occurs. We’ve done this … more
Last Sunday, the Christian faith celebrated the transfiguration of our Lord. The word transfiguration is a complete change of form or appearance into a more beautiful or spiritual state. This is … more
Valentine‘s Day is a holiday when lovers declare their affection and friends express their fondness to one another. People often send a red rose for love, a yellow rose for friendship and a … more
Weed management plans need to impact weeds on all aspects of their growth and development for effective control — starting with emergence, to survival of the weed and all the way through seed … more
Last Congress, Senate Democrats and Republicans proved we can work together on several issues — including protecting our environment. As chairman of the Environment and Public Works Committee, … more
This year, when we traveled south for the winter, our daughter, Lunny, came with us. She was training for a summit, happening soon, so she worked out at each sibling’s stop. The first … more
Victim’s testimony, a time-honored part of the American criminal prosecution process, has sent thousands of Wyoming offenders to prison. But justice is not advanced when, years later, crime … more
We are living in times like most of us have never seen. People are very afraid in the uncertainty of these times. Many people are concerned about so many different things in their lives right now and … more
I have been debating whether to comment on January’s upsetting events in the capital of our republic. I have decided to do that today, and what I have to say might actually upset some of you … more
It’s highly likely that most of us celebrated the end of 2020 with some relief. “At least that’s over,” I, for one, said. “And thank heavens it is!” But, of … more
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