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(This column is dedicated to the most strategic Santa I ever knew: my mother-in-law, Kathryn Grace Laurilla Eiden, a.k.a. Kay. Sept. 27, 1936 - Aug. 7, 2021.) Here we are, no matter our age, … more
I doubt anyone would disagree with me when I say that America has become a consumer nation. We want everything and we want it right now, and it drives our society. more
Here we are, in the final countdown to Christmas. If you were anywhere near my house, you would be well aware of that — or at least you would be if I were free to play my collection of … more
When I was campaigning across the state of Wyoming last year for the honor of serving as your U.S. Senator, I had a simple platform: All Wyoming, all the time. As your senator, I consider every … more
This week in sports has been an absolute whirlwind of different emotions. We kicked off the winter sports season with peak performances at all levels, with thousands of people funneling through … more
If you had your life to live over, how would you live it? It seemed appropriate that I started to write this column during the weeks of the year’s shortest days. This is my attempt to … more
The Biden administration, “woke” banks, and activist investors want to make it impossible to invest in traditional American energy. If their mission succeeds, today’s 31-year-high … more
"Finally, be strong in the Lord and in his mighty power. Put on the full armor of God, so that you can take your stand against the devil’s schemes.” Ephesians 6 Merry Christmas and a … more
Philosophers love to expound upon morals, obligations, the meaning of life, love, the universe, and why the dolphins said, “So long and thanks for all the fish.” The latter phrase is … more
When people have access to the care they need to get and stay healthy, everyone benefits. Physical and mental health provide the foundation and support for thriving families and communities. Medicaid … more
I’m devoted to food and completely loyal to it. I’m trustworthy and dedicated and food knows it can count on me to be committed with true faithfulness. I’m essentially a basset … more
For the past few weeks, we have been reading from the book of Maccabees. Maccabees tells great stories of courageous people filled with God’s zeal and fighting against evil. The captured … more
The Federal Reserve has an extraordinary responsibility to ensure a healthy economy and sound financial system for all Americans. Unfortunately, over the past year my faith in the Fed has been deeply … more
As if old age isn’t impossible enough, Good Wife Norma and I have further handicapped our twilight years by saddling ourselves with three (count ‘em, three) wiener dogs. Some refer to … more
Voting laws have been in the news for much of the past year. Beginning after the November election, several states changed their voting laws with the stated goal of reducing the risk of voter fraud. … more
I recently read an article stating, “Don’t scold yourself for gaining weight — your body is wired to return to a natural set point.” I had a set point once, and I’m … more
This time of year, we talk a lot about being thankful. We are thankful for our families, for our homes, our jobs, our schools. We, here in Powell, have another reason to be thankful: access to a … more
Healthy living is an ongoing journey — one that’s important to keep you energized for the things that matter most. Celebrate the people and activities you love by prioritizing healthy … more
Folks who have chosen to move to or have stayed in Powell do so for many reasons. First and foremost, I think, is the sense of community spirit. There is the feeling that “we take care of each … more
Winter will soon officially begin, and we have still have months until spring. Just because it’s winter in Wyoming, doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy fresh, seasonal produce grown other … more
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