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A funeral date is set for the celebration of a 33-year-old life taken too soon. Taken too soon from his wife and infant daughter. Taken from a family who saw their son battle an overseas war in … more
As this is being written Thursday morning, one of what I’m sure was one of the worst days in the history of Sheridan, and throughout the state, is over and a killing of a police officer that … more
Within the next couple of months expect to see notice of an open house for the armory, now the home of Northwest College’s career and technical, non degree programs such as CDL and machinery … more
After a near sleepless night on a hard-cushioned couch in a delivery room at a hospital in Athens, Georgia, I had the chance to see my wife hold our firstborn son for the first time. Soon after, I … more
Take a look at the Park County Land Use Plan just certified by the county’s planning and zoning commission. I dare you to look through it and not find something that makes you … more
Everyday at the Powell Tribune, as I walk from the editorial department in the back of the office to the breakroom to get coffee or tea, I pass by wall shelving holding bound copies of every edition … more
More potential and current students are looking for programs that allow them to more quickly get out into the business world in their career of choice.  At Thursday’s State of the … more
Solutions to quickly rising property taxes are coming in hot as the Wyoming Legislature prepares for a budget session in February. There’s a petition to cut taxes in half that, if enough … more
I’m a sucker for long obituaries on important people, especially those who dealt with world affairs, such as presidents, prime ministers, generals and diplomats.  So, I spent the … more
It’s the start of a new year but I personally have the same top question from last year: When is the Dairy Queen going to open? That’s not all in jest, although you could argue … more
The City of Powell is so right to take the hiring of a new police chief seriously. This is, after all, the top law enforcement official in the city, the face of the department and someone who should … more
The new Northwest College student center construction has a ways to go, but already the final design can be envisioned amongst the beams and openings for windows.  And let me tell you, … more
As my wife and I sat in the Powell High School Auditorium waiting for our son’s elementary school Christmas concert to begin, we both remarked on the packed house of family and community … more
As a private citizen, I’ve always believed in being conservative with my spending and working to increase cash reserves.  If it’s my family’s money, earned by my wife or … more
It’s incredible to see the support breast cancer patients and survivors receive in October. Everyone is wearing pink shirts, shoes and cleats, there are fundraisers and runs.  But … more
Growing up Catholic, I experienced Midnight Mass many times on Christmas Eve.  It was usually something of a challenge for me, because I’ve always been horrible about staying up late, … more
For years, the Powell Ministerial Association sponsored a community Thanksgiving dinner in Powell, regularly serving more than 600 meals each year to all those who wanted it.  For the last … more
Ever since moving to Park County in 2017, I have been impressed by the support veterans receive here.  I’ve covered Veterans Day events around the county, and I love that my sons have … more
As my dad and I walked through the woods with my son a couple of weeks ago trying to get my son his first deer, we reminisced as to when I started hunting. My dad had stopped big game hunting … more
When I was growing up in Colorado, trick or treating was a purely neighborhood affair.  I’d run around with my parents, then my friends, dressed as a Ninja Turtle or the bad guy from … more
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