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At my and Gar’s age, not to mention our activity level (which is less than any sloth on planet earth), we’re certain we should be moving our joints every day, so I walk and Gar swims. And … more
As the COVID-19 vaccine rollout continues, the weather turns warmer and we see the light at the end of the pandemic tunnel, it’s also a time of renewed interest in setting health goals. The … more
I’m not a good golfer whatsoever. Nearly all of my golf “talent” evaporated when I grew 8 inches in an 18-month span during high school. With my wingspan now at 6-foot-7, my … more
I’m impressed,” one of the architects who visited our town and library recently said to me. “There’s lots of cars on your main street. And, it’s the middle of the … more
The wait is finally over and summer reading is here. This summer will prove to be one of our biggest programs we have offered. Park County Library is offering summer reading for all ages. Along with … more
Grace and peace to you all! God commands us to speak truthfully and charitably about our neighbors so that others view them in the best possible light. As Christians, we are expected to improve … more
Here in Wyoming, we understand the importance of living within our means. We don’t spend more than we have, we save when times are good, and we take pride in not saddling future generations … more
Today’s grads face one of the most uncertain times in history.  I call it a merging of two seemingly mutually-exclusive ideas — they have a tail wind behind them PLUS a head wind … more
May is Get Caught Reading Month, so this is a perfect time to come visit the library and grab your next book. Park County Library will be hosting Book Tastings throughout our libraries all month … more
We the people of the United States…” The United States Constitution is vital to everyone’s life. It positively impacts and influences everyone whether they realize it or not. … more
In the first century, after Jesus Christ died on the cross and rose from the dead, the early church got its start, according to the book of Acts. It must have been a really challenging time for … more
We try to attend church everywhere we visit, so one Saturday while in Pensacola, Florida, I did bookwork and Gar looked up independent fundamental churches in our vicinity. Sunday found us only a … more
I have long searched for a way to describe how I feel about my home state of Florida, without success, until I discovered a word in Welsh that has no English equivalent.  The word is … more
I grew up watching westerns with the likes of Roy Rogers, Gene Autry, and John Wayne. Predictable endings — good guys riding off into the sunset after saving the town — never spoiled … more
Are you as confused as I am about what’s been happening with our educational system? The entire thing is in flux. And no one seems to have a firm grasp on what’s happening or what we … more
I read with interest my friend Mark Davis’ informative account about Wyoming’s contemplation of dining on roadkill or, to the squeamish, instituting a large animal salvage … more
Recently, sleep physiologist Rachel Markwald set out to study fatigue on a Navy warship. She, along with her team, spent two weeks aboard the amphibious assault ship Essex and they found that getting … more
I write today to offer my opinion on recent legislation before Congress. H.R. 1, legislation monikered deceptively as the “For The People Act,” sets a dangerous precedent for the … more
It is ironic that Christianity, which historically has been a forerunner of personal freedom, political freedom, economic freedom and religious freedom, is commonly seen as the enemy of freedom. Many … more
Iconic wildlife. Famous geysers. Majestic landscapes. These are things that likely come to mind when you think of Yellowstone National Park. You probably don’t think about something as mundane … more
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