Columns
216 results total, viewing 1 - 20
It’d be a lot easier to be a good citizen — to determine good from evil and right from wrong — if only Washington didn’t present more as a three-ring circus than serious … more
Hello, before I begin I would like to thank Suzanne Larsen for her years of dedication and commitment to writing this gardening column. Over the years, I have had the privilege to get to know and … more
I only see Marge Buchholz a few times a year. We do not work in the same building together, but we are part of the same library system. She is retiring from her position as the branch librarian at … more
Over the last three years, President Donald Trump has made it his priority to highlight the importance of our nation’s veteran entrepreneurs. He has empowered the U.S. Small Business … more
Tag soup is best served with a spoonful of humility and swallowed along with your pride. A little salt in the open wounds of your failure helps it go down easier. Not familiar with the recipe? Its … more
Veterans Day is a well-known American holiday, but there are also a few misconceptions about it — like how it’s spelled or who exactly it celebrates. To clear some of that up, here are … more
Fall is one of my favorite times of the year. Being from the Appalachian Mountains of North Carolina, I have a good understanding of what incredible colors can be seen from autumn leaves. Not to … more
Wyoming Wildlife Advocates (WWA) condemns Gov. Mark Gordon’s recent remarks disparaging and politicizing grizzly bears and wolves during a recent speech to the Park County Farm Bureau … more
I recently heard a student from central Asia asked about his impression of our community. His response was both insightful and astute. He said, “Everywhere, everything is so clean,” … more
Grace to you and peace. “Remember this: Whoever sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and whoever sows generously will also reap generously. Each of you should give what you have decided … more
Happy day — we can now cross Absaroka Street east/west at all intersections! What a great project this is for our community. Thank you to Powell’s citizens for being patient during … more
Inappropriate adult behavior at high school athletic events in Wyoming continues to increase each year. When more than 2,000 high school athletic directors were asked in a recent national survey … more
We didn’t get much time to enjoy the beautiful fall colors this year. With early October’s freezing temperatures, snow and wind, the fall colors are mostly gone. Leaves have fallen by the … more
This appearance of The Amend Corner is sort of significant — at least as significant as a column produced by a guy like me can be. I realized that this was a significant column while … more
Successful wildlife conservation and management depends on keeping wildlife populations healthy. Unlike in captive animals, disease in wildlife is often difficult to prevent, detect, and control. … more
Have you ever been given a task and you have a million ideas of how you will accomplish it, but when setting out to do it, none of them seem right? Well, that is me writing this right now. When you … more
Retirement is a milestone many look forward to but do not want to confront. It is estimated that only 40 percent of working adults have calculated the income they will need for retirement, according … more
If you blast through Carbon County on Interstate 80, you begin to think that all there is to see is high desert and the towering Elk Mountain. But that part of Wyoming offers so much … more
Donald Trump’s capricious decision to remove air protection over northern Syria and pull out of Kurdish lands is a horror story, no doubt about that. It has also united Democrats and … more
It is easy to describe the state of Wyoming’s university. Simply put, it’s a great time to be a Cowboy. We are advancing three priorities. First is providing an excellent education. … more
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 11 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 2 years.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.