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There are times when I have a difficult time deciding what to write about in this corner. This isn’t all that unusual. Finding a topic is often the most difficult part of producing an essay … more
Once, traveling on the South Carolina Outer Banks, we would jounce happily along an unpaved track north from the small village of Duck into the dunes and scrub lands where wild ponies made their … more
I love sports. I have enjoyed playing and watching sports for as long as I can remember. And as someone who participated in a sport year-round in high school and continued in athletics (golf) in … more
The Bible describes Jesus as the good shepherd — the one who restores life to the broken hearted.  Jesus has once more come to the temple in Jerusalem. Word quickly spreads that he is … more
At our last rendezvous, I introduced yous, (where I’m from, we don’t say “y’all”) to my maternally named Naomi, but a picture is worth a thousand words, which would take … more
Fall is here and we have a plethora of activities at the Powell Library. All Park County Libraries will be participating in Wyoming Snapshot Day on Tuesday, Oct. 25, a fun way to show all of … more
About a week ago, I read an article from the New York Times titled “Student Journalists Reveal a Changing World. Let Them.” It detailed how student-led newspapers around the states were … more
For members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the temple represents the most holy place of worship. It is a place of reverence, beauty, peace and revelation.  It is a place … more
Just when you think you’ve heard it all ... . Four men from Missouri exposed another of our many lurking land issues.  It’s called “corner crossing,” and refers to the … more
Being a beekeeper is tough. Looking back now, soon after harvesting more than 60 pounds of honey, my wife and I can finally recall at a series of struggles and failures that has led to success, … more
With Wyoming’s short growing season, it is beneficial to plant and overwinter certain crops for a spring yield.  Overwinter is the process of a plant establishing themself in the warmer … more
A Virus Filled Attachment:  If you receive an email from “Accounts” using a servtronics.com email address saying “Please find enclosed attached credit note for your … more
As defined by Webster’s Dictionary, pursuit is to find or employ measures to obtain or accomplish. There is a resolve in the word pursuit. It is the determined quest for a desired outcome … more
Over the years, we’ve been stranded on numerous occasions; boats run aground or propellers broken off, stuck in mud, snow and sand with vehicles, gun shot through a fly-wheel (don’t ask) … more
One summer during my college years, I had a roommate who suffered from suicidal thoughts. She’d attempted suicide before we met, and been hospitalized, but continued to struggle. Back in the … more
As much as I miss living in Powell just down the hill from Yellowstone in all seasons, I mourn most keenly in autumn. This third season has so much to recommend it: moderate temps, gorgeous skies, … more
Geek Squad Scam Email:  A Sheridan citizen reported an email from Geek Squad at a Gmail address with the subject line of “Dear, [Name redacted]” and “The Network Of support for … more
Imagine that I stopped by your house one evening and rang the doorbell. Maybe I stopped by a little unexpectedly or perhaps you had extended an invitation. Either way, there I stand on your doorstep, … more
Years and years ago, my then husband and I became interested in showing dogs ... specifically, Norwegian elkhounds.  The choice happened almost randomly, there being two Elkhounds at the local … more
People often talk about having a “gut feeling” when they know something is wrong. What feelings come when there is something wrong with the digestive system itself and how do you … more
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