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I n Wyoming, there is a growing schism between people on the same side of the political aisle. This divide focuses on the differences between self-described “traditional Republicans,” … more
The very word ‘style,’ when applied to the world of fashion, seems to have acquired a new definition. Style once meant the elaborately beautiful creations worn in classic movies more
In May of 2016 I was a junior, already afraid of graduation because I didn’t know what I wanted to be when I grew up. I was terrified and anxious, more so than usual at least.   … more
Recently one of our offspring texted to ask if we were hosting Thanksgiving this year. I texted back, “I’m not sure because I’m cooking for a public event that day. I think … more
It is hard to be optimistic about the state of politics in our nation. Both in Washington and Wyoming, we are faced with many problems and few solutions. Elected officials refuse to work … more
Fungi, such as mycelium, has a symbiotic relationship with trees. And if trees could talk, I am sure they would express their gratitude for the underground relationship they share. We will explore … more
Until just last year, Wyoming has led the country in the suicide death rate since 2018, according to the most recent Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data. This is an issue of life or … more
Some years ago, a book entitled “unChristian” by David Kinnaman and Gabe Lyons explored how those who believe in Jesus are perceived by the non-Christian world. As expected, one of the … more
The first portion of the school sports year has come to an end, with a lot of excitement surrounding athletics around Powell at the high school and college level. Now starting at the top, I am … more
At the end of November, I will officially have been a homeowner for one year. It seems like time has just flown by and I’ve been able to make so many wonderful memories. From painting and … more
Before my husband died eight years ago, my habitual approach to events or seasons I dreaded was to try not to think about them and hope for the best. So in 2015, my strategy for facing the holidays … more
It’s a boil on the backside of the world.  It’s the cesspit of international power politics.  It’s the graveyard of diplomats.  I heard these comments … more
I have three children, a 13-year-old, a 10-year-old and now a 2-month-old. The oldest are girls, the youngest a boy and guess what? They are all different. They are different in temperament, ability, … more
The Student Center construction project at Northwest College may lead people to ask where NWC is getting the money for the building. It’s a good question since our college has lost tuition … more
Hello, my name is Emma Johnson, and as you’ve probably deduced, I am the latest intern at the Powell Tribune. In my highly decorated position at the bottom of the food chain, I have found that … more
Nebraska, where I now hang my plaid Stormy Kromer, loses 1-0 to Wyoming on the national park meter. This is because you have one Yellowstone, and we have none. The fall in your neck of the woods … more
Park County Library is pleased to offer Books Beyond Boundaries. Books Beyond Boundaries is a homebound service for people in Park County who due to long term or temporary medical disabilities are … more
In his, “The World of Yesterday,” Stefan Zweig relates that the Nazis of his time came up with an Aryan “church” that was used to denounce and persecute any Christian who … more
What has been a whirlwind college football season already comes to a head this Halloween evening, with the first College Football Playoff rankings being released by the committee on Tuesday (today). … more
I know people who are excellent with money, who buy securities at just the right time, watch the market, sell when stocks are high and invest when commodities are low. I am not one of those people. I … more
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