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Fall is here and we have a plethora of activities at the Powell Library. All Park County Libraries will be participating in Wyoming Snapshot Day on Tuesday, Oct. 25, a fun way to show all of … more
About a week ago, I read an article from the New York Times titled “Student Journalists Reveal a Changing World. Let Them.” It detailed how student-led newspapers around the states were … more
For members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the temple represents the most holy place of worship. It is a place of reverence, beauty, peace and revelation.  It is a place … more
Just when you think you’ve heard it all ... . Four men from Missouri exposed another of our many lurking land issues.  It’s called “corner crossing,” and refers to the … more
Being a beekeeper is tough. Looking back now, soon after harvesting more than 60 pounds of honey, my wife and I can finally recall at a series of struggles and failures that has led to success, … more
With Wyoming’s short growing season, it is beneficial to plant and overwinter certain crops for a spring yield.  Overwinter is the process of a plant establishing themself in the warmer … more
A Virus Filled Attachment:  If you receive an email from “Accounts” using a servtronics.com email address saying “Please find enclosed attached credit note for your … more
As defined by Webster’s Dictionary, pursuit is to find or employ measures to obtain or accomplish. There is a resolve in the word pursuit. It is the determined quest for a desired outcome … more
Over the years, we’ve been stranded on numerous occasions; boats run aground or propellers broken off, stuck in mud, snow and sand with vehicles, gun shot through a fly-wheel (don’t ask) … more
One summer during my college years, I had a roommate who suffered from suicidal thoughts. She’d attempted suicide before we met, and been hospitalized, but continued to struggle. Back in the … more
As much as I miss living in Powell just down the hill from Yellowstone in all seasons, I mourn most keenly in autumn. This third season has so much to recommend it: moderate temps, gorgeous skies, … more
Geek Squad Scam Email:  A Sheridan citizen reported an email from Geek Squad at a Gmail address with the subject line of “Dear, [Name redacted]” and “The Network Of support for … more
Imagine that I stopped by your house one evening and rang the doorbell. Maybe I stopped by a little unexpectedly or perhaps you had extended an invitation. Either way, there I stand on your doorstep, … more
Years and years ago, my then husband and I became interested in showing dogs ... specifically, Norwegian elkhounds.  The choice happened almost randomly, there being two Elkhounds at the local … more
People often talk about having a “gut feeling” when they know something is wrong. What feelings come when there is something wrong with the digestive system itself and how do you … more
If this item were written in say, any September between 1966 and 1998, I would know exactly what to say to a room full of young people, Well, maybe I would have had just the right thing to say to … more
The medical terms for urinating is micturition, voiding or uresis. Most of us simply call it peeing. I’ve been peeing all my life, and at my age I’m quite a practiced and talented peeing … more
We’ve likely all heard this statement: “I’ve got bad news and good news for you. Which one do you want first?”  Well, when it comes to Christianity, there is both bad … more
Just for fun, let’s probe just a few of the side effects of just a few of the mysterious concoctions drug marketers are blitzing us with daily on the tube. You know the ones, don’t … more
Some things you don’t forget. They leave a bad taste in your mouth. You know, like a burst appendix, the death of your beloved pet or the dreadful taste of kale.  God knows I’ve … more
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