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Reading the Powell Tribune of late would have one believe there is support — perhaps even a groundswell — in favor of opening girls’ wrestling to official sanctioning by the Wyoming … more
The outbreak of the coronavirus or COVID-19 took us all with a surprise and we were not prepared for this pandemic. Many businesses were forced to close their doors to stop the spread of COVID-19. … more
During his ministry on the earth, Jesus Christ spent his time serving and helping others. True disciples of Jesus Christ do likewise. The savior said, “By this shall all men know that ye are … more
With the price of gas going up along with everything else, and the unrest in eastern Europe, it is easy to have a bad or negative attitude. Who knows, maybe R.E.M had it right and, “It’s … more
J.R.R. Tolkien once said of his colleague and friend, C.S. Lewis, “You’ll never get to the bottom of him.” By that he of course meant that the intellectual and creative capacity of … more
There are 7 billion people on the planet, but only 2.5 billion have access to a toilet. Apparently, they do have access to toilet paper and use it at the rate of 34 million rolls a day. Now, of the 7 … more
March 2 marked the start of the season of Lent, a season of the church that I especially enjoy. Some people may feel like Lent is a sad season because we are reminded of Christ’s suffering, … more
To work or not work, that is the question.” Paraphrasing Shakespeare seems oddly appropriate in this post-COVID time. Talking to local employers who are seeking help, jacking up the salaries … more
Here in Wyoming, we are nestled into our own piece of heaven as we’re surrounded by some of the most beautiful national parks, diverse wildlife, and breathtaking scenery. We’re also at … more
Can you hear me now? That rhetorical query was from an old commercial, but more and more, I hear it derisively. I hail from a long bloodline of hearing aids, and like every other unflattering family … more
When it was established on this date 150 years ago, Yellowstone was the first national park in the world. Today it is still one of the most popular parks on Earth. One hundred and fifty years ago, … more
It seems every time I have the privilege of writing the Perspectives article, something significant has recently happened in our world. Now I’m certain that it’s not as often as I … more
Everyone wants to win the game. When we don’t, the officials usually get the blame. If you think officiating is easy, grab a whistle sometime and try working a game, at any level. Fans have … more
The Wyoming Legislature is more than halfway through the 2022 Budget Session. Wednesday, March 2 marked the crossover period for the body, meaning it was the last day for third reading in the house … more
March brings spring time and lots of fun at Park County Libraries. This month we not only celebrate Dr. Seuss’s birthday but also the unveiling of our much-anticipated seed libraries. The … more
One of the many battles being fought in the Legislature during this Budget Session doesn’t have to do with the budget, federal programs, or redistricting. It has to do with the cost of health … more
Have you ever thought to yourself, “My life is kind of like a pie?” No? If you’re like me, you are perhaps more likely to think, “I wish I had some pie.” But I digest … more
Scientists were amazed to find that, without a brain, the single-celled slime mold Physarum polycephalum has a memory when it comes to where food is located. I didn’t find this all that … more
Yellowstone National Park is celebrating its 150th birthday this March! Yellowstone was established in 1872 as the world’s first national park, and as any fan of geology knows, it was created … more
The Cody, Powell and Meeteetse locations of the Park County Library System are buzzing with volunteerism as we prepare to launch our new seed libraries at all three locations. Our most recent … more
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