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It is all too easy these days to complain about our elected officials. Instead, I want to commend our congressional delegation for their work towards federal permitting reform. These bipartisan … more
Summer is here and Park County Libraries are busy with activities and summer reading fun. Summer Reading officially ends on July 31, so make sure to read and visit the library to get your … more
There are few things that we in Wyoming hate more than taxes. This sentiment was on full display at recent meetings of the Legislature’s Revenue Committee, where legislators heard … more
As we hurry and scurry through summer, including our consistent rain, and see the end of summer coming too swiftly (deep saddened sigh), I sit and ruminate on numerous conversations I’ve had … more
I have been surprised how few people here in eastern Nebraska have a clue what “shore lunch” is, so perhaps that’s best addressed right up front. Shore lunch happens when your … more
The patient was young, healthy, and short of breath. She had not been sick recently, other than a minor cough. Her oxygen level was normal and her lungs sounded clear. Her heart rate was a … more
Is ConsumerAffairs legitimate? A Las Vegas citizen received two unsolicited emails from ConsumerAffairs listing reviews of home warranties. However, the Better Business Bureau warns that their … more
These comments are directed at the proposed Conservation Rule published in the Federal Register on April 3, 2023, which regards conservation as a “use” on federal lands. As … more
Maybe you’ve been in a conversation where someone said, “Well, here’s some good news.”  That is a welcome break since many of the things we hear, particularly in the … more
The NBA Draft has come and gone and while there were some obvious picks that were made, there were some shocks that led to players dropping late in the process. The top two picks were obvious by … more
With the Fourth of July right around the corner, I was talking to my friend, Julie, about things other people do to celebrate. Julie mentioned that her neighbor starts preparing days ahead of time, … more
Almost every day media tells us the sad tale of empty office blocks and of industries trying to force or persuade their workers back into traditional employment patterns. The root problem?  … more
Your computer is disabled: A Sheridan citizen saw a large message on his screen “Pirated Windows Software detected on this Computer.” The message stated that the computer was disabled and … more
Anyone who has a Bible, or who has ever opened one, knows that the Bible has an Old Testament and a New Testament. The Old Testament is a collection of God’s special revelation to man written … more
An absolutely whirlwind NBA season came to a close last week with the Denver Nuggets deservedly winning the first title in franchise history. Some people may have said that was a boring NBA … more
I am proud to be a first generation Asian-American with parents who immigrated to this country for the opportunities all Americans enjoy today. My father, who is a trained physician, delivered … more
A nation celebrates the recent death of Unabomber, Ted Kaczynski, at 81. It’s not lost on me the Harvard-educated mathematician mailed bombs, killing three and injuring 23, but I can’t … more
The world can’t truly comprehend how amazing dads are in the eyes of their children. Fathers are like royalty without the robe, dignitaries without the jet and celebrities without the paycheck. … more
Judge, jury and executioner! “In our Law Moses commanded that such a woman must be stoned to death. Now, what do you say?” John 8:5 (GNT)  Desperation and terror most … more
While photographing two brave Ukrainian refugee families and their children Thursday at the Park County Library, I had to remind Galina Matsiakh to smile for the family portraits on two separate … more
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