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Wyoming is the energy capital of America.  Americans count on Wyoming energy for gasoline and diesel fuel for our cars and trucks. Natural gas powers and heats our homes in the winter. We … more
Real problems are not usually solved overnight, while details are often the necessary casualties of writing about big issues. I worry that I may speak too broadly without articulating a clear vision … more
Could it be that Donald Trump may have sold his soul to the devil? It appears he traded his soul for eternal youth.  Why? Because a man of his age and physical build should not have his … more
Summer reading is here at all Park County libraries. This year’s theme is Ocean of Possibilities and the Powell Library has the June calendar filled with ocean-themed activities to encourage … more
Hello class of 2022, family, and friends. I know a lot of you were wondering if I was actually going to get this speech done in time, specifically you Mr. Wormald. Without that one day extension I … more
Everyone knows that exercising regularly has many benefits, not just for your physical health, but your mental health too. From heart-health to stress-management, exercising can bring positive … more
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, just 51% of private sector employers offer defined contribution or defined benefit pension plans, and only 8% offer traditional defined benefit plans, … more
Good afternoon Class of 2022! I would like to thank all the family and friends here to support us and celebrate with us as we close out the last four years of our lives.  I would also like to … more
Guy Doud became a hero of sorts to many teachers across the nation when he was honored by President Reagan in 1987 as “Teacher of the Year.” Doud says his meeting with the president in … more
Park County libraries are busy this month. The Powell Library has a May calendar overflowing with fun activities for all ages. We will be out in the community at the Heart Mountain … more
The federal government’s environmental policies are disconnected from common sense and serve only to increase tension and decrease trust in the federal government. Two recent announcements from … more
O beautiful for spacious skies; For amber waves of grain; For purple mountain majesties; Above the fruited plain!” The 1895 lyrics for “America the Beautiful” start out by … more
We’ve had a choice on American energy for decades. That choice is between encouraging energy production and infrastructure, or throwing up roadblocks. At every turn, Democrats chose to throw up … more
In education, teachers often talk about planting a seed — skill sets or learning tools that help students become active and successful members of our society. If we give our students the … more
Our family started the Seder meal study a week ago because it celebrates the “peshah,” an Aramaic word meaning left behind. Peshah may be better known by many as the Passover. The … more
The commissioners of Park County are considering a proposal to boost voter confidence while satisfying every legal requirement. The plan was presented at an April 5 meeting of the commission, which … more
April finds another busy month at all of the Park County Libraries. This week we’re celebrating National Library Week. Throughout the month, be on the lookout for the library table … more
April was first declared Child Abuse Prevention Month by presidential proclamation in 1983. Since then, April has been a time to acknowledge the importance of families and communities working … more
Your citizen legislature convened in mid-February with a mountain of priorities to deliver in a finite amount of time. This was no ordinary Budget Session. Redistricting, the biennial budget, … more
Community banks and credit unions are part of the backbone of Wyoming’s communities. They are the places where people keep their savings, where small businesses get loans and where young … more
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