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If you missed Saturday morning's parade, you missed a true treat for all the senses. The scent of hot dogs and cotton candy floated in the air. Mouths watered over tasty tossed treats. The … more
The following is for the real motor-heads out there -- the car guys and gals who really know what they like when it comes to what they drive and what they think others should drive. So you come … 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
To: Editor From: Jeff Hymas, Star Valley   Recently, many so-called Christian conservatives have come out in support of homosexual "marriage" under the pretense that a basic conservative … more
None of us remember America's bloodiest conflict. The Civil War -- with an estimated 620,000 deaths -- capped our nation's first 100 years, rounding out the total number of war dead to somewhere … more
Today, I read words from a friend in Maine. In his newsletter he writes monthly, he began with a few words about his life. I had to smile at the way he began, "I was born at a very early age in … more
I'm 49. I don't lie about my age and wear every year with pride. Something I'm just as proud of, but would have never admitted 20 years ago, is that I am turning into my mother. I'll do something … more
It was once said by Elbert Hubbard, "No man needs a vacation so much as the person who just had one." When I first came across that quote, I smiled, as the truth of the man's statement is almost … more
With the recent unveiling of the Red Desert to Hoback (RD2H) mule deer migration corridor, Wyoming is home to the longest ungulate migration in the lower 48 states spanning 150 miles. This vast … more
It has been well said that if you've had an experience, you are never at the mercy of someone with an argument. I love recounting the life of Peter Cartwright, a circuit-riding Methodist pastor, … more
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Peggy Shuster, a local Rock Springs resident has recently self-published a book called "Little Girl …
Congratulations to Lady Tiger Alum Reanna Jereb and past player Ali Piaia who are in New York at the …
I've heard old-timers say that you can gauge how hard a winter will be by the height at which wasps …
The Petroglyphs is a historical monument, north-east of Rock Springs. It was a sacred place for the …
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