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When people seek out help from therapy, it is often at their lowest point. They express feelings of being, “so tired,” “overwhelmed,” “I don’t know what to … more
As Wyoming conservatives, there are certain beliefs that define us. For example, we believe in protecting human life from beginning to end. We believe that we should be involved in all decisions … more
We’re all familiar with the Christmas song “Santa Claus is Coming to Town.” One of the lyrics of that song goes like this: “He’s making a list, he’s checking it … more
Every year, just before Christmas, I bake five loaves of Potica Bread. Depending on who you ask, Potica pronounced po-teet-suh, is a Serbian, Slovenian, Croatian or Yugoslavian pastry, but it’s … more
Property tax is a hot issue in Wyoming politics. Residential property tax assessments have increased in recent years, and some are feeling the squeeze. These concerns are not entirely … more
One of reasons I have such affection for Powell, even now more than two decades since our departure, is your local fire department. First, perhaps a bit of background. I arrived in your … more
We’re told to take vitamin C, quercetin, zinc, and vitamin D this time of year. These nutrients are linked to an increase in the efficiency of our immune systems, helping us to steer clear of … more
As winter’s chill settles in, the change in weather brings new challenges for respiratory health. Dr. Tara Leigh Taylor, an esteemed pulmonologist at Cody Regional Health, is on a mission to … more
Let me just say I love Christmas music, around Christmas time that is, and I love the classics. It has to be crooners and most assuredly it is not Mariah Carey. I enjoy the trees, lights and the … more
In recent years, medical spas, like True Body Medical Spa, have emerged as holistic wellness hubs, offering cutting-edge solutions for individuals seeking effective and sustainable weight loss. One … more
On Nov. 30, I will have officially owned my own home for one year and boy has it been a good one. There have been so many wonderful memories made in the last year and there is no better feeling than … more
Revulsion. Outside the United States and Western Europe, the world has largely turned away in revulsion from the Israeli response to the Hamas attack in early October and from us, its American … more
At the second meeting of the year for the Wyoming High School Activities Association, on Halloween, the board approved a measure that will see the 35-second shot clock introduced into 3A and 4A … more
My fondest memories of Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays with family always include turkey legs. I often flash back to my adolescent pre-meal dreams when Mom would leave the meat on the bone and … more
The Powell Library is launching a Storywalk at Homesteader Park. Join us Friday, Dec. 1 from 1-3 p.m., as we hold a ribbon cutting and unveil the Storywalk for the community.  Stop by the … more
I texted my kids yesterday, “I don’t try to be annoying, it’s just a gift from God. I’m thinking I’ll bestow my talent on you this Christmas.” One son shot back, … more
This year will be my 53rd Christmas. One thing that has intrigued me for some years now is how certain words are used in Christmas sermons, on decorations, cards, signs and Christmas … more
I wrote of my lone trip to Deep Lake, but I think it’s time I visit there again. Not physically — I’m diametrically opposed to walking anywhere out of cable TV range — but in … more
Last week I fulfilled my constitutional duty when I submitted a balanced budget proposal for the next two years. Consistent with my approach since taking office, I presented a fiscally conservative … more
W e all have needs: Food, water and shelter are some of the things that come to mind for basic needs. Turkey, stuffing, yams, pie crust and pumpkin pie filling were most likely on your list of items … more
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