A dozen gray-haired guys in Lander meet every morning for coffee and political discourse. Here is what three of them had to say about the recent events concerning Wyoming’s lone member of Congress Liz Cheney’s
Enough already. Enough about politics. Enough about the deadly virus. Enough about complaining. Today, folks, this column will be totally devoted to GOOD NEWS. And there is plenty of it. First of all, the days are getting
During a weekly briefing from Sheridan Memorial Hospital leadership, CEO Mike McCafferty noted that Sheridan County has reached 30 days reporting under 100 active cases of COVID-19. McCafferty and other SMH leadership thanked the community
Wyoming folks and citizens across the country are still reeling as a result of the invasion of the Nation’s Capitol on Wednesday, Jan. 6. Here is a first-hand report of that event: Cheyenne’s Darin Smith
By some kind of stroke of luck and good timing, my wife Nancy and I received our COVID-19 vaccinations today (Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2021). We got the Pfizer shot, administered by the nice folks at the Lander Medical Clinic.
It’s been reported in this column before that often Wyoming’s economy reacts to the national economy much like a teeter-totter. When Wyoming is booming up, the country is struggling down. When the country is booming, Wyoming struggles.
Mark Giacoletto hasn’t been spending much time at home lately. His job with the Shoshone National Forest as fire management officer had him reassigned to massive fires in Colorado for much of the summer.