Sometimes the news gets personal. I don’t mean like we’re-all-in-the-same-boat personal because the government is going to raise taxes.
As the economic picture grows more bleak seemingly daily, perhaps it’s time for Wyoming to consider with utmost seriousness the need for another four-year, state-supported university.
According to the Wyoming Department of Transportation, as of April 1 of this year, four people who died on Wyoming highways in 2016 were involved in alcohol/drug-related crashes.
With baseball in full swing, I’m nostalgic for the glorious smell of horsehide placed into a young pitcher’s hand. It was baseball that first brought me to Cody at age 12 and kaept me coming back each summer as a teen. It was roofing that summoned my return years later, but there are no grea…
What would you call the most important gadget of all time? For Time magazine, it’s the iPhone – and it has less to do with sales and more about its mark on culture and science.
Anyone who thinks the recent one-cent sales tax survey rate of return of 28 percent means that 72 percent of Park County voters reject the increase may call that good arithmetic.
The story of the National Parks is an elemental one. The broad story, as well as the 59 Parks’ individual stories, can be boiled down to one theme: preservation versus development.
I’ve been pondering whether I should purchase a new car – make that a different car. Clearly, there’s no way I could come up with $25,000-30,000 for a new car. Plus, I’ve become fond of having no payments, so a vehicle loan is out of the question.
Daniel Stewart of Lamar Advertising out of Rock Springs puts the finishing touches on the installation of a new billboard meant to garner support for the delisting of the gray wolf and Yellowstone grizzly bear on April 26 outside Wyoming Home and Ranch along Big Horn Avenue.
If (and it is a big if) there is any indication that Northwest College is contemplating getting rid of its journalism program, journalism instructor and its student publication, Northwest Trail, because of stories published in the Trail, that’s a problem. A big problem.
The dictionary in some form or another has been around since 1828. I remember a time when we settled disputes about words with “Let’s look in the dictionary.” Finding an actual definition within its pages meant we could snicker, “Told you so,” and most likely stick our tongues out at the skeptic.
It’s important to take precautions for many things. So we thought it a good time to remind water sports enthusiasts – from stand-up paddle borders to fisher-people – to always keep in mind: You are at the mercy of the water.
Ecclesiastes 4:4 brought lifestyle vindication; 4:9 took it away. King Solomon is considered the wisest man who ever lived – certainly smarter than that illiterate Ethiopian eunuch Phillip encountered on the road to Gaza.
Weather permitting and in about two weeks, the East Entrance to Yellowstone National Park will open for the season, the park’s 100th season under the National Park Service.