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I digested Lauren Lejeune’s column charting her writing roots. Somewhere in there was the name Vin Cappiello. I later read Braden Schiller’s piece on his writing beginnings, and there it … more
Amidst the picturesque landscapes and vibrant communities of Park County, an issue of paramount importance plagues our beloved region: animal shelter overcrowding. Park County Animal Shelter has been … more
People worldwide celebrate Easter with various traditions and symbols. Easter plants play a crucial role in adding natural beauty and symbolic depth to the festivities. From lilies to palms, these … more
In 1973, the first day of spring, which is March 21, was dedicated to recognize and appreciate American farmers. I truly believe America has been blessed by our loving God who works in … more
Winter for me is when I catch up on my book reading, and this years-books were about ships and ship disasters and shipwrecks of the five Great Lakes. It seems the most famous of all Great Lakes … more
On Friday evening we gaveled a close to the 67th Budget Session in the Wyoming Senate and House. It was a tumultuous budget year. Yet, despite political differences and policy disagreements, the … more
So, you’re hanging out Saturday night and then you remember that you need to get to bed because the government in all their wisdom was stealing an hour of your life. You wake up the next day … more
American universities, as engines of innovation and economic growth across the nation, are the envy of the world, and nowhere is this more important than in Wyoming. As the state’s land-grant … more
There’s a saying, “Find someone to love and drag them to the end with you.” Poor Gar, he really should have taken a longer minute to reevaluate his spouse selection. I know … more
Kick off spring with Park County Libraries as we host our first ever Spring Forward Expo on March 9 starting at 10 a.m. at all three libraries. This free event highlights the Park County Seed … more
With week three of the 67th Budget Session of the Wyoming Legislature now complete and starting the fourth and final week, there is a lot of work ahead and not much time to complete it. Our main … more
On May 31, 1790, copyright laws went into effect in the United States. The purpose was to protect the fruit of one’s labors in writing, musical composition, drama, graphics, architecture and … more
Last weekend, I had the privilege of helping with the Kicking Cancer for Pazlee Rose Sheeley fundraiser. There was a lot of planning, some late nights organizing and lots of anticipation leading up … more
The 2024 legislative session has revealed a lot about the state of Wyoming politics. As with most legislative sessions, we have seen both calculated grandstanding and remarkable instances of … more
Once again I found myself on the hood of a 1967 AMC Rebel flying down a washboard gravel road in the middle of nowhere, Nebraska. Out of respect for the adults they eventually became, I … more
The saying goes, “Wyoming is a small town with long streets.” This is inherent in the Cowboy State’s identity. Our state’s small towns make up its collective spirit and are … more
When they heard this, they all left, one by one, the older ones first. Jesus was left alone, with the woman still standing there,” John 8:9 (GNT)   This verse used to puzzle me. It … more
Yes, it’s February again and Cupid’s arrows and hearts are flying off store shelves! Valentine’s Day is a special day when love springs eternal and men wait until noon, Feb. 14, to … more
Gar decided he needed a colonoscopy. It had been 10 years since his last one and apparently, he enjoyed it and wanted a redo. In the past, if you wanted one and who wouldn’t, you called your … more
An important bill in the budget session of the Wyoming Legislature is our own Powell Sen. Dan Laursen’s Senate File 106 that amends existing statutes concerning the Wyoming State Guard. On … more
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