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The DeWitt Student Center opened in 1967 and for 55 years served as the heartbeat for Northwest College. It holds countless memories for generations of alumni and was a proud monument to excellence … more
We definitely should go to the left,” my sister-in-law said as we hiked out of Deep Lake a few summers ago. Some of our group might say they didn’t hear her, and others (me) might say … more
The flowering crab apple tree in our backyard is a decorative shade tree. This spring it lived up to its name, and then some.  The blossoms on the tree were abundant. In a year of plentiful … more
Come listen to my story ‘bout a man named Graham; a poor Pennsylvanian barely had enough for Spam… Actually, the cast of Pennsylvania characters numbers many, and the eventual moral … more
In the library September always means National Library Card Sign Up Month. This month is a great reminder, if you haven’t stopped by one of our three libraries, then this is a great month to do … more
Have you ever noticed how much of our prayer life as Christians revolves around asking? I see it in “prayer needs” or “requests” given to the church weekly. Primarily it is … more
I could easily compile a near-endless list of things I miss about Wyoming since returning to Nebraska from Powell a couple decades ago. Near the top would be rodeo, especially rodeo action … more
There’s a common belief that the Department of Workforce Services (DWS) is just the unemployment office. But did you know that here at DWS, we manage more than 55 programs that help the people … more
First off, I’d like to preface this article by warning the reader I have failed every year of English aside from my senior year, so be warned. But we don’t read hunting stories for … more
I had a bad hair day every single day this week.  Well, not actually a true-to-word bad hair day, but in spirit I suppose. It was hot this week, more so than I thought it was going to be … more
The TV show M.A.S.H. has comedy, drama and reminds me of my grandfather who fought in Korea. In Korea, my grandfather said you could go days even weeks without any action but then out of nowhere … more
How could it happen? Over 110 people dead, an entire city destroyed, neighborhoods in surrounding areas leveled and the charred remains of once beautiful boats under water.  Stories of … more
The American people want our nation to be energy-independent. They know increasing production of American energy is the best way to achieve that. President Biden is telling the American people … more
Throughout our lives we will ask many questions. Asking “why” can often provide us with invaluable knowledge about a specific subject or about ourselves. Some of the greatest teachers and … more
The State’s WyoStar investment programs have recently come under attack, and I would like to share a few facts.  These programs allow local governments to make institutional-quality … more
I remember in the 1980s personal computers were making their big entrance and people were super excited about the possibilities that this would bring to all of us. People said things like, … more
Gar has never liked water, but at our birth doctor’s request, he started drinking less iced tea and more water with powdered flavors in it. As the summer wore down, he got tired of the taste of … more
The federal government shouldn’t be in the business of picking winners and losers. The Biden administration ignores this principle by proposing rules that would effectively require all new cars … more
The climate change lottery is already showing us a lot about who will be winners and who will end up as losers and, so far, we’re a winner. Our spring and summer weather experience feels … more
I work as a mental health counselor. My first interaction with mental health was as a kid in my own family; at the time, I was unaware that the behavior patterns I was seeing were signs of mental … more
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