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But the Grinch is waiting in the wings, and he’s likely to show up in the Wyoming Legislature a week or so after the new year as state lawmakers grapple with serious shortfalls in education funding.  Gov. Matt Mead submitted his state budget … more
Seventy-five years later, the legacies of World War II veterans live on. Often referred to as part of the Greatest Generation, WWII veterans responded to the surprise attack by bravely fighting for America and freedom around the world. Like service … more
However, we’re not the foremost experts on every local peak and valley. And that’s exactly why we’re glad that county commissioners have assembled a diverse panel of people who are. We’d encourage everyone to keep their minds open and … more
For the last two years, Santa debuted a week later, during Country Christmas celebrations. But the result was that Santa’s arrival was an afterthought instead of the beloved community event it has been for decades. There was too little space and … more
But as with any true Hollywood classic, there are some obstacles this small town must overcome. Sadly, an increasing number of local businesses have closed their doors. One of the largest storefronts on Bent Street has remained vacant since … more
Being thankful doesn’t mean pretending that everything is wonderful; it means making an effort to focus on what you have instead of on what you don’t. An easy way to start might be to note the many everyday things that will never make a news … more
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