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The morning after Attorney General William Barr issued his summary of Special Counsel Mueller’s investigation, CNN reported that “The political fight is just beginning.” The Washington Post’s lead headline read: “Republican Cheer, Democrats challenge Mueller’s findings.” Fox News reported th…

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I covered the University of Wyoming Board of Trustees for six years in the ‘90s, through turbulent times that included academic and athletic program eliminations, proposed facility closures and controversies over academic freedom.

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An old preacher joke acknowledges how most of their congregation believes the preacher only works an hour a week. On behalf of my clergy colleagues, the following will give folks in the pews a sense of that part of the preacher’s week dedicated to preparing a meaningful sermon, especially as…

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Like most of the women who wound up in the new town of Laramie, Martha Salisbury Boswell didn’t do anything particularly spectacular, she stayed in the background but showed a level of commitment to her marriage that survived some serious trials. What she endured might make the bride of toda…

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At age 75, I have the privilege of looking into the eyes of my grandson. His view is full of wonder. Whether it’s watching a ray of light on the ceiling, or trying to touch the soft fur of our Australia Shepherd, or enjoying the stories of animals in Yellowstone, our grandson is full of wonder.

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I am racking my brain to remember what I was doing 25 years ago this week. April 6, 1994, was the Wednesday after Easter in the tiny Nebraska town where I lived. I was likely still enjoying the afterglow of my favorite Sunday of the year.

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David Lawrence Dotson, of Arvada, Colorado, passed away peacefully on February 13 after a six-month battle with cancer.

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So there was the new governor – standing by the copier patiently waiting for some copies to print. He was making a little banter with Alfrieda Gonzales who keeps things humming in his front office while chatting with the plain-clothed highway patrolman, who serves as security man and all-aro…

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The crisis is not at our southern border, it is in our nation’s capital. In their desire to separate us for political purposes, our government has lost its capacity to function. And if they cannot sort out 215 miles of border fence, how can we trust them to address even bigger and more compl…

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Imagine you’re stuck in this horrible situation: while driving on the job you are seriously injured many miles from a hospital. When an ambulance finally arrives, EMTs decide you need to be transported to the nearest medical facility by helicopter.

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I got to my drug dealer early on Christmas Eve, lined up behind others wanting their fix. She moved with manic energy, hopped up on her own product. Profits are good, with prices fifty times what the growers in Columbia receive. The organization that employs her took in 25 billion dollars la…

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With 2020 approaching, potential presidential candidates are waiting until after New Year’s Day to announce. One chose the day the whole world was celebrating his birthday to throw his hat, or rather his kippah, into the ring.

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An old landmark of Laramie has come to light with the opening of the new Snowy Range Bridge over the railroad tracks. It is a large stone building, a remnant of Laramie’s original glass factory. It sits behind the Gas Light Motel on Third Street, especially visible when traveling east over t…