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The bane and blessing of interruptions face us every single day of our lives. What we most often see as one more needless interruption in our Day-Timer driven day, might just be the blessing of a … more
Compressed natural gas is emerging as the alternative fuel of choice in many places around the country. CNG is cheap, abundant, purely domestic and more environmentally friendly than other fuels. … more
To: Editor From: Christopher G. Adamo, southeastern Wyoming resident On March 26, an audit of expenditures of federal funds by Wyoming government agencies was released to the public, in which … more
I'm 47 and I'm proud to say that I'm not at all grown up yet. Additionally, I have no plans to do so in the near future. At times, like when I'm at work, I must act a certain way, of course. All … more
"When you make a promise, keep it." -- From Code of the West, Wyoming. It makes sense that the larger the population base, the bigger necessity for strict rules of conduct. Places like Hong Kong, … more
Our incredible world that God created is a tapestry of motion, spinning on its axis, with the moon orbiting around us. The tides come in and they go out; yes, they rise and fall. The clouds are … more
It's officially spring. And March came in like a lion, and whether it goes out like a lamb is still undetermined. And while the weather can be unpredictable, one thing is guaranteed -- the arrival … more
The other day I was witness to two very nice ladies taking a photo outside my office. One lady needed her picture taken and asked the other lady to take it. The lady taking the photo said, … more
Emptied and refilled. What a picture! I think of so many pictures that come before my eyes and spirit. I know March Madness is upon us. Those who somehow play up to their potential and who somehow … more
The most dangerous doctor to go to is a doctor who has arrived, who needs no further education and is a person selfishly wrapped up in a prideful package. Such a doctor doesn't know the many things … 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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