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The end of March has arrived, spring is kind of in the air, and everyone is beginning to do a little bit of spring cleaning. That’s what my plan was at least. Nate and I were going to build … more
Having been born and raised in the Big Horn Basin, and calling Powell home for the past 14 years, I often reflect on the many blessings and opportunities that I appreciate about living in small-town … more
I arrived in Powell on the Trib staff with zero experience applying whatever journalistic skills I had to anything college. So, I began from scratch. It did not take long to open these eyes to … more
The 2024 legislative session was a tough one. More than any other time in recent history, political divisions and personal grudges impacted the work of our elected officials. This is a … more
Contrary to signage at Wiggly Park, poop fairies do exist. Three women with happy puppies became friends while exercising their dogs at Powell’s dog park couldn’t stand the sight of … more
Join the Powell Library and the Friends of the Powell Library for an open house for Anita Pilotte on April 6 from 10 a.m.-noon, as we thank our longtime friend who kept the Powell Friends Book Sale … more
Spring is in the air. Do you know how I know? Well, there’s the smell of fields burning. There are glimpses of tractors working. There is snow on the ground, especially on the weekends, and yet … more
Did you know that the Wyoming Legislature overwhelmingly passed a two-year 25% property tax cut to all Wyoming homeowners?  The Legislature also passed a bill that would have … more
I recently read an article stating older men may prefer to be alone. The author sounded like this was newly discovered information, never explored previously and a complete surprise to the human … more
While a majority of the Senate voted for a special session, a majority of the Wyoming House voted against. As a result, taxpayers will be spared the likely $700,000 expense of a 20-day special … more
We in America do not have government by the majority. We have government by the majority who participate.” — Thomas Jefferson.  According to the Park County Elections website, … more
March 29 is Vietnam War Veterans Day, commemorating the 50th anniversary of the war. While one day is not enough to honor the service and individual sacrifices of those who served then, it is a … more
Do you ever think about heaven or hell? Our finite minds cannot begin to fully understand the splendor, glory or awesomeness of heaven. Nor can we begin to understand the horror and terror of hell. … more
Naming children would be something we should really take time to research and contemplate. We have a son, Esjae, pronounced SJ, who tells us we should have just called him “Buddy,” … more
What an exciting winter season. From snapping a 26-year title drought with an undefeated season to a two-time national champion in college wrestling and another high school wrestling champion, … more
The vacuous behavior of human beings never ceases to amaze … and I’m not even talking politics. In a recent example, proof was again provided during a drive to and from the Junior … more
Have you ever been startled when you see someone or something that you didn’t know was there? Sometimes in dim light or when my mind is otherwise distracted, the sight of someone approaching … more
Relationships can be hard. Almost all mental suffering involves difficulties in creating workable and satisfying relationships. When clients seek therapy to work on symptoms of anxiety, depression, … more
I digested Lauren Lejeune’s column charting her writing roots. Somewhere in there was the name Vin Cappiello. I later read Braden Schiller’s piece on his writing beginnings, and there it … more
Amidst the picturesque landscapes and vibrant communities of Park County, an issue of paramount importance plagues our beloved region: animal shelter overcrowding. Park County Animal Shelter has been … more
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