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I’ve been hearing things these past weeks I never expected, or particularly wanted to hear. A couple at the next table cooing, “No, I love you more,” a small child confessing, … more
Join us at the Cody Library on Saturday, Feb. 4 for Winter Author Fest. This fundraiser, hosted by the Park County Library Foundation in support of the Powell Library expansion, will showcase local … more
All things considered — we live in a very good place. Yet, it is impossible to shield ourselves from the general angst of our time. The prophets of doom are everywhere. They are even in the … more
I recently overheard two women talking. One said she wished she could go back to the “old” days and the other gal agreed, saying, “Life had to have been simpler … more
Your newspaper and newspapers across Wyoming are advocating in the state Legislature to make government information more accessible to you.  In Wyoming; state, county, city, school district, … more
Weddings are beautiful. I can’t remember mine but I have been told it was lovely.  I married at 19 and I was too busy anxiously shaking at the altar to pay much attention to … more
So, when does the snake bite its tail, metaphorically? Answer: in the cyclic universe. For my purposes, though, it’s when ideas are taken to extremes in either direction and end up … more
The people and businesses of Cooke City and Silver Gate deserve winter access. We support plowing 8 miles of U.S. Highway 212 that straddles the Montana-Wyoming border. The “plug,” as the … more
Do you feel like life is chasing after you? Do you feel like it’s doing everything it can to combat your priorities and crush your dreams and aspirations? You may think to yourself, … more
Here we are in the new year wondering if the past year can be put behind us as we forge to higher ground in our future. I just found out my future depends on me. I am so mad. Who thought that was a … more
When one thinks about hunting and even more broadly wildlife in Wyoming, I suspect most have images of bighorn sheep, mule deer, pronghorn antelope and elk pop into their head. That is to be … more
My name is Gabby Paterson, and I am the most recent intern enjoying time at the Powell Tribune. I’m a senior at Powell High School who plans on pursuing a career in athletic training. Since … more
Faithfulness is something we look for in others. We look for it when we are interacting with our coworkers. We look for it when we are finding friends and when we are looking for a spouse and we … more
I’m not prejudiced,” I’d once say if anyone asked me. I truly believed that was the plain, unvarnished truth. After all, my job required me to work with and make friends within … more
Wait. What did we decide I was going to write today’s column about again? Oh, yeah, now I remember; we were going to discuss memory loss and general cognitive decline. Specifically, … more
January marks the beginning of a new year, the turning of a page, a clean slate … it means a chance for things to start afresh and anew. But ironically the church is probably one of the … more
Another year has disappeared in our collective rear view mirror, but parts of it are still following me around, sort of like a hangover.  I can’t be sure of that, though, since having … more
Feathered edges of hoar frost twinkled on the road in my headlights as carefully I pressed west. My vehicle was the first to head down the path on this brisk morning, making fresh tracks at 5 … more
In 1994, I was hired to teach mathematics at Northwest College. My wife Sarah, our 2-year-old daughter Rebecca and I began a new adventure in the community of Powell. We came here, not knowing much … more
There is no better place to welcome 2023 than at the Park County Library. Park County libraries will once again be offering our Winter Reading Program. Winter Reading is open to all ages and is easy … more
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