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Researchers have been analyzing the impact that COVID-19 has had on animal shelter adoptions across the country. When people were isolated at home during the height of the pandemic animal shelters … more
When I was growing up my dad had a distinct sounding whistle to get my attention. When we would be somewhere and I wasn’t right beside him he would whistle; it would cut through any other noise … more
Twenty years back when we lived in Powell, the plug between Wyo. Highway 296 and the northeast gate of Yellowstone was a topic of anger and angst and had been for years even then. I see nothing has … more
Sometimes I have no specific subject I wish to address, but random, unconnected thoughts desperately seeking an outlet. Perhaps you’ve shared one or more of these intuitive observances and will … more
As the Wyoming Legislature readies for 20 days of discussion and debate ahead of the 2024 Legislative Budget Session, we prepare for this work as servants to the people of our communities. Over the … more
The Work of Christmas by Howard Thurman When the song of the angels is stilled,  When the star in the sky is gone,  When the kings and princes are home,  When the … more
It’s Christmas time, the holiday season — whatever you personally want to call it, people are celebrating. Christmas trees up, the halls are decked, and odds are there’s enough … more
Thirty years after its inception, the Congressional Western Caucus is working harder than ever for rural America. During the past three decades, we have grown from our humble beginnings to a … more
Park County Libraries is once again celebrating Winter Reading. Go to any Park County Library to participate. The Winter Reading Challenge will run from Jan. 17-Feb. 29 for all ages and sign-ups are … more
As the sun inevitably begins to set on a life of 74 winters, I have wondered, though certainly not obsessively or anything, whether or not I would recognize it when the time comes for me to limp off … more
One of life’s miracles is when a kind word or action alters the mood of a difficult or tense situation. A bad day or a grumpy mood can be changed by a simple act of kindness. Just a few … more
The days between Christmas and New Year provide us with the opportunity to think about the events of the year we lived through. Top breaking news stories of 2023 trend alongside pop culture … more
D uring this Christmas season, many are spending time with family and friends who they only visit during the holidays. These family gatherings sometimes fall into chaos as loved ones with varying … more
W yoming’s economy has historically thrived alongside its robust and dynamic natural resource sectors. As chambers of commerce representing communities across the state, we recognize and honor … more
P eace can be an elusive prey. Turmoil and difficulties on the other hand are quite easy to find. Even in this season of Christmas and New Year’s when there is opportunity to find peace and … more
I find most humans to be a dismal disappointment so friends in my inner circle have heard me somewhat jokingly, say, “I’m a great judge of character. I hate everybody.” I always … more
Loading an unwilling bull into a trailer can be daunting, even if it is for its own good. Bulls  tend to be testy and their size presents a special challenge. My dad’s approach involved … more
Imagine this scenario: You are spending time with a friend catching up and they tell you this story. “I got a phone call from this car dealership. They said I was supposed to come in and … more
Doug, although we have not had the pleasure of meeting in person yet, I must implore you to change your suggested name of the “Blough Tribune” to something more inclusive.  I … more
President Joe Biden’s climate envoy John Kerry told the COP-28 climate conference this month that there shouldn’t be any more coal power plants permitted … more
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