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This past week I viewed some beautiful pictures of moose on the loose in Rock Springs, but I know many of you may have seen one or two of the moose up close yourselves. Our newspaper reported many … more
"William 'Hill' Campbell's 99-year-old eyes see only shadows today, but images of muddy fox holes and artillery fire are as clear now as they were 80 years ago. Time hasn't erased the rain and … more
Talk and anticipation of the National High School Finals Rodeo makes me hungry. Although, what immediately comes to mind for some people might be high school athletes, the thrill of the bucking … more
When the Founding Fathers of our United States of America wrote the Declaration of Independence, they stated at the end of the document: “And for the support of this Declaration, with a … more
Life is filled with little creatures all around us whose presence gives us pause and cause to consider the lessons they have to teach us. The Word of God tells us, "Four things on earth are small, … more
After a couple weeks of wearing a protective walking boot, I was asked repeatedly "what happened?" This is when I was reminded about the responsibility of a journalist. In a burst of frustration … more
The sun was coming up. A new day was dawning on Tuesday, June 17. I was working at the church office before 6 a.m. Time is of the essence. After 2:47 a.m., I couldn't sleep. My wife's cell phone … more
When my friend Ashley was in high school, she traveled with the rest of the track team to a variety of meets in a variety of places. Like many teens at that age, the trip involved singing. She … more
Last Sunday was a day that started out cool, but before it ended, it was cold. I went home after church at night and I knew we were in for it. By morning, it was 32 degrees, frost was on all the … more
Memories of my father are like little land mines that I step on every day. They explode in front of me with images of my dad, the sound of his voice and visions of the times we shared. I see his … more
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Peggy Shuster, a local Rock Springs resident has recently self-published a book called "Little Girl …
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The Petroglyphs is a historical monument, north-east of Rock Springs. It was a sacred place for the …
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