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  • By PATRICK IVERS
    Contributing Religion Columnist
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“I am looking in the form of truth stripped to the bone. Truth that lives independently of us, that exists out there in the world. Hard and unsentimental. I am ready to accept truth no matter how alarming it turns out to be. Even if it proves incompleteness and the limits of human reason. Ev…

  • By SHAWN PALMER
    Contributing health columnist
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Q: “My cholesterol levels have been creeping up, and I want to change my diet to lower them. What would be a good dietary change that lowers cholesterol?”

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Thank you so much for the full page color U.S.A. flag in Sunday’s paper. The constant anti-this, anti-that rhetoric in print and broadcast media is fatiguing, but that image of the (MY) flag is such a wonderful reminder to me of the privileged life I am allowed to enjoy in a country that is …

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The American Flag, Old Glory, the Stars and Stripes, or simply the Red, White and Blue, has remained in its current design since 1960. It morphed through several versions since June 14, 1777, when the Continental Congress passed an act establishing an official flag. The resolution stated: “R…

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In response to Nancy Sindlelar’s ridiculous letter last Sunday, congratulations on offending veterans on Memorial Day weekend. Trying to give Patrick Ivers a run for his money in classlessness and ignorance?

  • JEFF LUNDBLAND CONTRIBUTING RELIGION COLUMNIST
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Many years ago, I read a book by Anne Rice called “Christ the Lord: Out of Egypt”. This book was her attempt to imagine what life might have been like for Jesus when he and his family were refugees in Egypt while fleeing the wrath of Herod the Great.

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I had never heard of the self-ascribed ‘Sage from South Central’ until I found my editorial beside his opinion in the Boomerang on Thursday. As I refer to the perils of the “But what about...” arguments, Larry Elder uses the oldie-but-a-goodie in its typical circuitous fashion in his piece “…

  • by Amber Travsky
    Contributing outdoors columnist
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They’ve done it again. Members of the University of Wyoming Nordic Ski Club will, once again, represent the United States at the World University Games. Beginning Jan. 29 and going through early February, six UW skiers, two UW coaches and three ski team alumni head for Almaty, Kazakhstan. Fo…

  • By Amber Travsky
    Contributing Outdoors Columnist
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The freshly dug mounds of dirt catch my attention. They stand out starkly against the white snow. I ski closer and get excited. I stop a foot away from the main burrow diggings, careful not to disturb anything. I am in investigative mode and hit the “recall” button on my memory.

  • Dan Hayward
    Contributing photography columnist
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Photography is a form of visual communication and the main goal in taking almost any photo is to draw peoples’ attention to the finished photo and then keep their attention long enough for them to derive a message from the photo.

  • By Amber Travsky
    Contributing outdoors columnist
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I ran 755 consecutive days, covering some 2,022 miles. I was one of three official Wyoming members of the U.S. Running Streak Association. Alas, a year ago I had to let it go. I ended my running streak due to knee surgery. During physical therapy I was told that riding a bike was fine, thoug…

  • By Dan Hayward
    Contributing photography columnist
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Hi, and welcome to my “HighLight & Shadow” photo column.