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I recently read an article informing young couples about what they should know pertaining to marriage. The very first sentence was somewhat intriguing: “Resolve every disagreement before going … more
We recently celebrated the resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ, and what a blessing it is to be able to gather with the saints and proclaim that Christ is risen.  This resurrection was and … more
I  was planning to finish up my medical adventure story in this column, but I changed my mind.   Two factors have led to my making this change. First of all, last week began with the … more
In education, teachers often talk about planting a seed — skill sets or learning tools that help students become active and successful members of our society. If we give our students the … more
Our family started the Seder meal study a week ago because it celebrates the “peshah,” an Aramaic word meaning left behind. Peshah may be better known by many as the Passover. The … more
Famous last words: “It seemed like a good idea at the time.” In this instance the flawed “good idea” was to buy a 1999 Chevy Suburban. What in heaven’s name got into … more
I don’t like it when a writer buries the lede, so I’ll just put it out there: After 14 years at the Powell Tribune, I’m leaving to try something new. Us media types tend to navel … more
Easter is upon us again. When I was a child, I looked forward to dying eggs at my grandmother’s house, the egg hunt on Easter and the massive chocolate bunny that I would surely get to eat. … more
The commissioners of Park County are considering a proposal to boost voter confidence while satisfying every legal requirement. The plan was presented at an April 5 meeting of the commission, which … more
April finds another busy month at all of the Park County Libraries. This week we’re celebrating National Library Week. Throughout the month, be on the lookout for the library table … more
April was first declared Child Abuse Prevention Month by presidential proclamation in 1983. Since then, April has been a time to acknowledge the importance of families and communities working … more
I want to thank the community of Powell for a warm welcome. Since this is my first appearance in this column, I wanted to take this entry to introduce myself and share with you how my story is part … more
I ended my last column just as my real medical adventure became more interesting.  I was scheduled for surgery in mid-February, one year to the day after I took my trip to the ER in Powell. … more
In our Wyoming home, we’ve never had television per se, only a TV for Netflix and Hulu since we don’t have cable. On our first winter jaunt to the south, Gar wanted to purchase a flat … more
Your citizen legislature convened in mid-February with a mountain of priorities to deliver in a finite amount of time. This was no ordinary Budget Session. Redistricting, the biennial budget, … more
When we hear the word scandalous, our minds tend to race to risque situations, of shady things that may cause our gentile, sophisticated selves to blush or become embarrassed by the sensitive nature … more
It’s been a while since I filled everyone in on where the town is vis-à-vis its new library. In the meantime, we’ve explored multiple options, talked out alternatives, and … more
Community banks and credit unions are part of the backbone of Wyoming’s communities. They are the places where people keep their savings, where small businesses get loans and where young … more
While I was growing up south of Powell, my dad offered to pay me a quarter for every bucket of rocks I picked up from our horse pasture. It started out as a grand plan to get rich, but after 20 or so … more
Healthy ground is the foundation of a productive garden. Some gardeners live in an area with dark mineral rich soil, but our western ground is equivalent to dirt. To have a prosperous garden you … more
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