We cannot comprehend why Wyoming’s state legislature last year passed House Bill 133 that legalized mobile sports betting in the state and went into effect last Wednesday.
It looked like this year’s Rendezvous Royale would be back to business as usual for the 40th anniversary after an abbreviated event was held last year due to the pandemic.
Following a federal judge’s ruling that the Biden administration’s indefinite freeze on federal oil and gas leasing was an overreach of executive power, oil and gas leasing on federal lands will resume next year.
Edward Grigware almost became a professional baseball player but at the last minute decided to pursue a career in fine art. It turned out to be a fateful choice.
It has been a summer of golf, and even though bowling season starts next week, providing the greens aren’t snowed under, you’ll have to pry the putter from the cold, dead hands of every addict swearing the next time out will be the round of a lifetime.
Every time someone complains or moans about not being able to find employees or the state legislature failing to come to grips with its fiscal crisis or the number of COVID deniers, or, or, or, I can’t help agreeing before adding my own favorite gripes. Should I?
School has been back in session for almost a week, and just as students have had to adjust to the new routine, we drivers also need to get back into safe habits.
If you’re anything like the Houses, your refrigerator is covered with notices, phone numbers, photos, drawings and reminders of all kinds. The truth is: The fridge tends to be the household’s bulletin board.
When I arrived late at nephew Noah’s (“Rooster” to me) graduation party months ago, I quickly made my presence known after spying Rooster spreading his wings with two young chickens of impressive plumage.
Park County’s Commissioners made the correct decision last week by voting to table a vote on the preliminary plat review for a new residential subdivision between Cody and Powell.
The year’s first issue of the school newspaper, aptly titled “Write On,” featured a huge photo of the Class of 1971, stationed on the school’s front lawn and sporting their collective peace signs.
Despite all of the efforts the newly formed Wyoming Wildlife Task Force has made this summer, we doubt there will be many changes to Wyoming Game & Fish policies.
It’s sad that there are just two weeks left in August. I’m not adjusting well to the sad truth that the summer is fleeting fast. Even with the smoky skies, we’re maximizing the time on our deck knowing that we’ll miss it terribly come winter.
Recently, one of the TV networks did a special on our love/hate affair with medicine which traced how what was once adulation was turned on its ear over the decades into skepticism and downright rejection.
“Besides the noble art of getting things done, there is the noble art of leaving things undone,” wrote Chinese philosopher Lin Yutang (1895-1976). “The wisdom of life consists in the elimination of non-essentials.”