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Christine Kay Pearson

Chris

Sometimes the best examples in our lives come in quiet, unassuming packages. Our community lost a tremendous supporter of our youth last week with the death of Chris Pearson. Chris was as faithful a follower and supporter of our local […]

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David Peck

Our friend Max will be missed in Cheyenne

[caption id="attachment_7944" align="alignright" width="203"] Wyoming Secretary of State Max Maxfield[/caption] I’ll never forget the first time Max Maxfield visited Lovell. It was a late spring day, maybe even

Bob Rodriguez

Snowfall can bring out the flakes

[caption id="attachment_6617" align="alignright" width="109"] Bob Rodriguez[/caption] Being a native of Southern California’s San Diego, my experience with snow was extremely limited except for driving to higher elevations such

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Nature is a place of restoration

  [caption id="attachment_7662" align="alignright" width="228"] Christy Fleming[/caption] When was the last time you took the time to really look at the bark on a cottonwood

Bret Savage

Guest Column: The spirit of the gym is alive

[caption id="attachment_7646" align="alignright" width="231"] Bret Savage[/caption] For the last 25 years I have had a fascination with gymnasiums. I’m pretty sure that alone doesn’t qualify me as a

Christy Fleming
Notes from Bighorn Canyon

Walking a mile, or three, in their footsteps

  [caption id="attachment_7418" align="alignright" width="228"] Christy Fleming
Notes from Bighorn Canyon[/caption] Before Christmas I made my monthly trip to Fort Smith to check on things

David Peck

A year of progress

  [caption id="attachment_1634" align="alignright" width="179"] David Peck[/caption] This is the issue where we sum up the year gone by with our annual year in review

David Peck

Thankfulness a matter of perspective

[caption id="attachment_1634" align="alignright" width="179"] David Peck[/caption] There’s a current trend on the social media site Facebook where folks make a list of things for which they

N0731960

I love it, but I can’t stand it!

Alfred Lord Tennyson once wrote, “It is better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all.” This applies to relationships and

Newspapers

Guest editorial: Newspapers alive and well, and that’s a good thing

Liz Cheney was wrong on both counts when she said, “Newspapers are dying, and that’s not a bad thing.” Cheney made the pronouncement in Jackson after the newspaper in