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Like many of us watching national events unfold this past week, starting with the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis, followed by protests in every state of the union, as well as many other parts … more
Our national parks are an important source of pride for our country. But they are in the midst of a rising crisis that has been building over many years. Simply put, they are falling apart. They are … more
Like most of you probably feel, I struggle these days to find the energy to turn on the news. I have watched over the last three months as the world has battled this pandemic — and I realize … more
Like a lot of things delayed because of this Pandemic, Yellowstone National Park, the oldest of all our national parks, didn’t open on its normal opening time frame as in years past! We all … more
Most of us can honestly say that we have never seen times like these. These are extremely difficult times that we are living in. It is hard to see the anarchy that is happening in our nation right … more
The death toll of the coronavirus pandemic has passed 100,000 here in the land of the free. That’s a lot of people. To put it into Wyoming perspective, it would mean wiping out four of the … more
What do coach Craig Bohl, Jay Novacek and Bob Devaney have in common? All three are human bridges between the state of Nebraska and the University of Wyoming football program. There are many … more
Many of us are looking for ways to stay fit with friends while keeping distance from one another. Wyoming is the perfect place for three-season hiking fitness that is conducive to group social … more
Courage is often thought of as a heroic act. We read stories of heroes facing impossible odds and fearlessly marching through to success. We admire these heroes and wonder how they were brave enough … more
Wouldn’t it be great if there were such a thing as a “tricorder” — you know, that instrument that Bones used to wave over his patients on the old TV series Star Trek to … more
This May marks my fifth anniversary of walking first irrigation water down this land. Today is the first year I’ve truly heard the spring call of a pair of sandhill cranes. I remember being … more
To our community, I first want to extend my sincere gratitude for everyone’s support and understanding as Powell Valley Healthcare has made several changes to our operations during this … more
As I’m writing this, I find myself in a camper on the edge of Yellowstone. We decided to head out and see some of the unique and yet familiar sites of Yellowstone before it’s fully opened … more
This year has been different for everyone, including those hoping for their first chance into the wilds of Yellowstone. For the first year in memory, the park was completely closed to traffic at all … more
Like Gar, our children are all fantastic, but the daughter is the only mountain climber among them, and even her brothers scratch their heads at her feats. She does exercises not meant for mortals, … more
Up until recently, “staying home” was unlikely something hunters, anglers and all types of wildlife enthusiasts did often. That idea runs counter to almost everything we know. Hunters and … more
At a small group event this week, someone commented to my wife that they thought the coronavirus would draw people together. Instead, they said it has driven us apart. One of the remarkable … more
Back in Civics 101, we learned that our American revolution and our experiment in democracy was founded on a then untested idea: citizen voting. The Athenians had tried it on a small scale, my … more
Over the past two months, the nation has engaged in unprecedented shutdowns in an effort to contain the outbreak of COVID-19. After many weeks of economically crippling restrictions and stay-at-home … more
My stint as a tightrope walker lasted a single day, but it’s a day I’ve never forgotten. For Powell kids, the Kindergarten Circus is an exciting, culminating event of the first year of … more
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