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I was having a hard time coming up with a title for my homegrown wine, but after much deliberation, I think I’ve settled on “Bedroom Wine.” Now shame on everyone who’s … more
What did you just say, Steve? Hunting in Yellowstone? How dumb can a tragically misplaced Nebraska flatlander be? Not so dumb, really. Permit me to explain. Turns out what you … more
It is amazing how sometimes when we read the Bible, we can come across a verse that we have read 100 times, but something happens when we read the same verse another time. Sometimes God’s … more
If you live on the north side of town, there is a high probability you’ve seen a domesticated dingo taking himself on a walkabout around the neighborhood. Well, not a real dingo, just … more
A new phenomenon is taking root here in Wyoming, where our rural nature and an independent spirit have long defined our political identity. The unmistakable influence of Washington D.C.-style … more
With Valentine’s Day coming soon, women are giddy, thinking no cooking, and instead, candlelit dinners and heart-shaped boxes of chocolates. Men might be exhilarated on this day too, but their … more
In his book “Don’t Follow Your Heart,” Thaddeus Williams observes that the fastest growing religion in our nation is that of self-worship.  “We all, regardless of … more
In late 2023, Gov. Mark Gordon submitted his state budget. The governor described his budget as  ‘disciplined,’ ‘business like,’ ‘forward-thinking,’ … more
It was a classic years ago when our Sunday School teacher, my brother Paul, had made a good point while reading from the good book and followed with, “And ya know, there's a lot of truth in … more
Park County Library is pleased to announce one of our favorite authors, Craig Johnson, will be visiting our libraries in February. Craig Johnson will be at the Powell Library on Saturday, Feb. 24 at … more
I was in the laundry room pulling new underwear out of the package when Gar walked in. I swung a pair in the air and said, “Yay, new undies.” His eyebrows shot up, and with a hopeful look … more
Most people I know start their New Year’s off with a goal, better known as a “New Year’s Resolution.” Something they want to work towards for the next 365 days, or longer if … more
Whichever one of you has committed no sin may throw the first stone at her,” John 8:8 (Good News Translation). I remember, as a child, seeing a statue of three monkeys, each one with their … more
I’m Abigail LeBlanc, the most recent intern at the Powell Tribune. I’m a current senior at Powell High School and have recently discovered my passion for journalism and providing news … more
During and shortly after the pandemic, much of Wyoming saw significant in-migration of people from other states. This movement of people into Wyoming was a result of our scenic beauty, … more
Every even-numbered year, two of the most essential functions of county central committees for major political parties occur: precinct caucuses and county conventions. These two events are essential … more
If we are honest with ourselves, we who live in America are easily distressed by the challenges God puts in front of us. In truth, we don’t just struggle with hearing “no” from God … more
This is the time to look back and see if we’ve learned anything in the past year. Our oldest son has a saying, “When you look back, glance, don’t stare.” These are true words … more
Erik Erikson, a psychoanalyst who studied under Freud, was one of the first in the field of psychoanalysis and human development to suggest that human growth and development occurs throughout the … more
I was scrolling through social media this evening when I came across a headline that snagged my attention: “Judge Tosses Wyoming Attorney’s Attempt To Keep Trump, Lummis Off Ballot” … more
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