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When Future Farmers of America started in 1928, its mission was to prepare the next generations for the challenges of feeding a growing population. Today, we are part of that larger population … more
The good news? Fewer U.S. teens are smoking than in previous decades, according to the National Youth Tobacco Survey. In 2000, 28 percent of high school students smoked; that number dropped to 7.6 … more
It can be tough to change habits, especially ones that have been around for a century. In a tradition tracing back to 1918, we Americans faithfully switch our clocks forward an hour in the spring, … more
For the past several years, Wyoming lawmakers have resisted calls to expand Medicaid coverage in the state. Not even Gov. Matt Mead was able to sway the Legislature into offering government-sponsored … more
How can schools keep kids safe? It’s a question that can haunt school staff and parents, keeping them awake at night. In today’s America, the answers to that question are complicated. … more
High school graduation rates are on the upswing across the nation, and nowhere is that more evident than right here at Powell High School. With the national graduation rate hovering at around 84 … more
Our rugged rural state is known for a lot of firsts — the first national park (Yellowstone), first national forest (the Shoshone) and first national monument (Devils Tower). This year, Wyoming … more
For all the proclamations about the death of newspapers, we believe they continue to play a critical role in communities across the state of Wyoming, remaining an essential source of … more
The images of a smirking high school student standing in the face of a Native American veteran at the Lincoln Memorial have dominated the airwaves, print and social media from literally the moment it … more
Death is not as popular as it used to be. Back in 1994, Gallup found that a record 80 percent of Americans favored the death penalty for people convicted of murder. By last year, however, support … more
The new year is off to a tragic start on Wyoming’s roads. During the first 11 days of 2019, seven people died in vehicle crashes in Wyoming. That terrible statistic includes a head-on wreck … more
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