Tuesday, July 27, 2021
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It’s not that I’m totally rebelling against the ways of now.
By Sen. Cynthia Lummis.
by Sen. Cynthia Lummis
Updated: 4 days ago
by Dan Abernathy
Bears are not my favorite animal; in fact I really dislike bears, but I’ll admit, we have a lot in common.
by Trena Eiden, local commentary
Updated: 1 week ago
Pole Creek is a small river that was born in the high granite cracks of the Wind River Range.
Updated: 2 weeks ago
In case you hadn’t noticed, every year the Eiden’s Christmas letter gets later and later, until this year, it’s an epistle for Christmas in July. Lucky you.
Updated: 3 weeks ago
From Rep. Albert Sommers, House District No. 20.
by Rep. Albert Sommers, House District No. 20
Updated: 3 months ago
From Rep. Jim Roscoe, House District No. 22.
by Rep. Jim Roscoe, House District No. 22
From Dr. Brendan Fitzsimmons.
by Dr. Brendan Fitzsimmons
Updated: 4 months ago
Local commentary from Trena Eiden.
From Rep. Albert Sommers, House District No. 20
From Bondurant resident and former TD Ameritrade CEO Joe Ricketts.
by Joe Ricketts, Bondurant resident and former CEO at TD Ameritrade
An underlying problem I feel, in this masked world we exist in right now, is not seeing faces anymore.
Rep. Albert Sommers, House District No. 20
From Rep. Jim Roscoe, House District No. 22
by From Rep. Albert Sommers, House District No. 20
I’ve often thought what I’d say to my 10-year-old self if I could go back in time.
Mindfulness is awareness. It is to know, feel and see what is happening in the moment.
by From House Rep. Albert Sommers, District No. 20.
We try to attend church everywhere we visit.
Updated: 5 months ago
Some of us stay up way too late at night, but for myself, I get up way too early in the morning.
A brief history and the situation the Legislature faces this session.
by House Rep. Albert Sommers, District No. 20
After arriving in Florida, we stayed with our kids for a few days while setting up the camper.
From House Rep. Albert Sommers, District No. 20.
Brian Nesvik is the director of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department. He has worked on behalf of Wyoming wildlife and people for over 25 years.
by Brian Nesvik, director of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department
I do believe it is time that we begin to put the pieces back together, if in fact we are not beyond fixable.
A letter from Sublette County Republican Party Chairman Jim Robinson.
by Jim Robinson, Sublette County Republican Party Chairman
You are probably wondering what the title of this article has to do with fishing.
When government fails, it’s the rare public official who says, “Oops. My fault.”
I’m at that time of life when I sometimes need help with things. Parts of my body are not as happy as the rest of me. In fact, some are downright crabby and let me know it is not OK to expect them to do some chores.