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Glenn Engelking

North Big Horn County lost a true gentleman and a great educator this week with the passing of Glenn Engelking. When it came to educators, Glenn was one of the best, a man who commanded great respect both locally and […]

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A new college conference is born

In the topsy-turvy, ever-changing world of college athletics, members of the Mountain West Conference and Conference USA announced a bold move this week to merge the two conferences

David Peck

Lovell wrestlers back on top; let’s honor them tonight

Lovell has always been known as a basketball town, and for good reason, given the high school’s success on the hardwood over the years. But during the late 1990s,

Making a difference: We value our relationship with our readers

Your newspaper staff spent the weekend in Laramie for the annual – the 113th annual!—winter convention of the Wyoming Press Association. During these gatherings, we share stories, compare notes,

David Peck

Soaring castles and spirits in Salzburg

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Our Christmas in Berlin was one to remember

Christmas in Germany. Sounds like a dream, doesn’t it? For us, visiting our daughter in Berlin, it was a dream come true, but it was also nearly an

David Peck

Brett Smith is Wyoming’s Tim Tebow

A few thoughts on a frosty Tuesday night… More about football this week. Sorry about that. But with the Wyoming Cowboys off to the New Mexico Bowl this Saturday

David Peck

The Tebow phenomenon

Tim Tebow. The very mention of his name usually brings an instant reaction. People either love him or hate him, but few will merely shrug their shoulders when

Into the depths of black Friday shopping

What is it worth to you? Would you line up in the cold for hours to get a good price on that special item that you’ve been wanting

Missing Dani at Thanksgiving

Three months ago this week, we put our only daughter on an airplane and sent her off for nine months of studying and living in Berlin. We’ve missed Danielle