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I’m starting year 25 without one of my biggest supporters. Jay Collins, Northwest College’s head men’s basketball coach who was 41, died in his sleep the morning of July … more
With around 20% of Park County and Wyoming now being considered “seniors” and so classified for economic and social purposes, it’s interesting to look at what sociologists and … more
One of the resounding messages that comes through the Bible is God’s care for the vulnerable, defenseless, the alien… that is, those who live at the very edges of society.  James … more
Powell holds a special place in our hearts even now, nearly 20 years after we grudgingly returned to Nebraska. Anyone left alive in your fair city who knew us well when we lived among you then is … more
One evening, a woman in Brisbane, Australia, sat down on a toilet and was promptly bit on the rear by a 5-foot carpet python that was curled up in the commode’s water. She called a snake … more
Numerous voters, including this author, have sent a letter to the Uinta County clerk requesting to inspect ballots and other relevant materials from the 2020 election. The letter emphasizes, up … more
I wear several hats: husband, father, pastor, chaplain, football official and I’m sure I can go on and add a few more things, but I won’t. I’m sure you have your own list that you … more
In just over a week, on Aug. 5, the Premier League campaign alongside multiple other top European leagues kicks off, setting the stage for an interesting year for the world of soccer. After an … more
Our number three son and grafted-in-daughter love to prank their kids.  One day the little tykes helped their mother make brownies and frost them. After dinner that night, their mom served … more
We’re off to the firing range, my grandson having just been qualified by the Boy Scouts with a .22 rifle.  At age 11, he’s talking about becoming a marksman and excited to start … more
It finally happened. Our skyline of surrounding mountain ranges are now obscured by smoke from fires across the West. And I’m not happy. Forget the fact that my eyes are burning and my nose … more
Though I cannot in good conscience recommend it, I find myself keenly qualified to help you break the same hip twice should that be your goal. How I began what has become a bizarre experience was … more
Ben Franklin, arguably one of the least religious of America’s founders, once remarked that “the longer I live, the more convincing proofs I see of this truth: that God governs in the … more
The Fourth of July holiday, now come and gone, reminds us to reflect on the great American experiment in democracy. And, what a ride it has been. Think of it! Less than 300 years ago, political … more
The mountains are calling. Summertime in the Mountain West means we gear up for camping and fishing trips to explore the great outdoors. I enjoy the anticipation of what is going to happen and what I … more
Celza “Sally” Olveda Montoya was laid to rest Saturday at Crown Hill Cemetery after a lively ceremony at the Nelson Performing Arts Auditorium. There was laughter, singing and many tears … more
James Madison was our smallest president at only 5 feet 4 inches; 2 ½ inches taller than me. I’ll bet he hated having to use a stool to see over the podium. I can relate. When I walk up … more
From the NIV: On one occasion an expert in the law stood up to test Jesus.  “Teacher,” he asked, “what must I do to inherit eternal life?”  “What is … more
The NBA season has come and gone, and we are in the midst of a hectic free agency period. Kevin Durant has requested a trade, Kyrie Irving is likely to follow,  but a lot of free agents have … more
Mike Lindell is NOT the purveyor of election integrity truth.  On May 29, 2022, Mike Lindell, peddler of pillows and promises, traveled to Wyoming to speak in conjunction with a political … more
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