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A wise man once said, “If you make people think they’re thinking, they will love you; but if you really make people think, they will hate you.” This explains why Jesus Christ was … more
There was a twisted, ugly bushy tree in our back yard. It was next to Big Dickinson Creek and had all kinds of limbs that had shot out in all directions.  In a word, it was a tangle. I … more
There is no better way to celebrate the New Year than by visiting the Park County Libraries. Powell Library has fun activities to celebrate January, so stop by and then check out some books and … 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
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
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
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
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
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
As we all gear up for the Christmas season, there is no better place to visit than the Park County libraries for all your holiday needs. Stop by the Powell Library for great holiday reads, cookbooks, … more
The Wyoming people deserve a state government that operates as efficiently as possible. My commitment to transparency allows everyone to understand and participate in the budget process. We must … more
At the Flag Day Ceremony at the American Legion Hughes-Pittinger Post 26 in Powell, Wyoming, in June, I met Frank Cropanese. He was in the Army National Guard from 1984 to 1990, where he served as … more
My dad joined the Coast Guard in February 1996,and he went to Cape May, New Jersey, for boot camp. Eventually he was positioned in Cape Disappointment, which is located at the mouth of the Columbia … more
Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, an increasing number of people have moved to rural America seeking to establish a livelihood fueled by entrepreneurship. In fact, according to the U.S. … more
Many routes in Wyoming can make drivers anxious during the state’s often horrible winter weather: The Summit, Elk Mountain and The Sisters on Interstate 80; Laramie Peak on Interstate 25; … more
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