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“Shame on you!” “You should be ashamed of yourself.” These thoughts and words are biting and heavy. When we hear them, we want to hide or cover ourselves. We all know … more
A couple of days ago, it dawned on me that this month marks an anniversary for me. Ten years ago last week, I experienced a life-changing event one Saturday afternoon. I was at home after … more
I’m Lucy Jane Crimm, the newest intern at the Powell Tribune. I graduated from Powell High School in December and plan on pursuing a career in investigative journalism. I was part of the PHS … more
I hope you are able to go deep on the Winter Olympics in China, enjoying every dazzling moment. Me? Not so much. The Summer Games have never been a big deal with us, but time was our household … more
I hear a lot of the use of the word “faith” in our culture. We use the word so often it becomes like the word “love.” We seldom stop to think about what “faith” … more
I’ve “worked from home” for a lot of years now. Except for me it’s called retirement. At the ripe old age of 54, I had a choice: stay in government employment and keep an … more
In Wyoming, we are blessed to have critical services like public safety, roads and education largely funded by the state’s vast natural resources. In large part thanks to the mineral industry, … more
The bittersweet shadows of Valentine’s Day surround us, and it’s a good time to remember “Birds do it; bees do it; even turkeys apparently do it …” That of course is … more
When U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney and Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon visited last week’s convention of the Wyoming Press Association, they both received tough questions from well-seasoned journalists and … more
Since Monday is Valentine’s Day, I’ve decided it is fitting to hear what the Apostle Paul has to say about God’s love. Paul writes in 1 Corinthians 13:4-8 (NIV): “Love is … more
Gar had bundled parcels all week to go south to escape winter. When Samaritan’s Purse called to tell him to pack for work in Kentucky, he had to uncrate and repack because Kentucky gets snow … more
Wyoming powers America. As the nation’s biggest net energy supplier, we fuel America’s cars and we power the West’s homes. When America achieved energy independence, the Cowboy … more
Five years ago this week, Gib Mathers parked his new Tacoma near the Elk Fork Campground in the Wapiti Valley west of Cody and disappeared. He was a popular local journalist, a former student at … more
The story of the prodigal son is a story that most have heard from the time they were very young. Jesus told this parable to the Pharisees (who were criticizing him for eating with sinners and tax … more
While February can be a slow time of year, here at the Park County Library we are staying busy with plenty of activities for everyone. The Park County Library Winter Reading Program is still … more
If you spend any time on the internet and social media, the odds are good you have run into someone calling another person a “Karen.” You might even have wondered what a Karen is. Well, … more
At Christmas, I can always count on receiving one particular gift, and my daughter came through once again in December, handing me a gift-wrapped book. Erica knows me very well, which she should, … more
Every year, many people set New Year’s resolutions to lose weight, eat healthy and exercise more. Although these are all good goals to set for a healthy body, we also need to set goals that … more
A couple years ago, Samaritan’s Purse was hiring for DART (Disaster Assistance Response Team). Gar applied but COVID happened and everything was shuttered. Last February, they contacted Gar, … more
In my opinion, there is no better way to appreciate this land we call Wyoming than seeing it from the air.     And looking down right now is just about as good as it can possibly get. … more
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