Scholastic School Supplies is sending out invoices to Some Wyoming schools for hundreds of dollars, presumably in the hopes some will just pay the bills without looking into whether they are genuine or bogus bills. Anyone questioning the bills cannot
I so love our western heritage and I am looking forward to seeing Saturday’s (September 13) Western History & Culture Day festivities at an old stage stop, from 9 - 4. Just 30 miles south of Laramie, on highway 287 in Colo
Most of us have no idea how to do a lot of the old things our parents and grand parents did all of the time. Now, with crazy chemicals and high prices, you may want to learn a new skill, like canning your own fruits and vegetables
Our normal high for this time of year is 74 but Thursday’s high was only half that and it came shortly after midnight. Now we have snow on the ground and we still have 11 days of summer left. While I was looking at this, Sheridan, Wy
For those who read yesterday’s post about how our neighbor almost shot my wife, there’s been a little progress.
Neighbor “Joe” accidentally fired a round from his 9mm pistol that ended up coming into our master bedroom two feet from where I sleep (luckily, I was watching the Broncos beat the Colts.) Had the bullet been another four feet t
After more than ten years, private snowmobiling is back in Yellowstone National Park, if your number is drawn. The Jackson Hole News & Guide is reporting that snowmobiling without a guide will depend on your luck with the introduction of a lottery running through October 3rd, wit
Yellowstone National Park officials have to deal with the same old problems, but also some new problems as well. The advent of flying drones created a problem recently when a Dutch man’s drone ended up falling into Grand Prismatic Spring and remains there, at the bottom. There are also safety concerns with this new t
Wyoming brewers got a kiss from Mother Nature with just the right weather for growing barley, one of the main ingredients in beer. The Wyoming Tribune Eagle reports that the Freemont County malt barley crop is bigger and better than average, thanks to this year’s cool sp
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