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Part 1 of 2 - It is a recession when you lose your job. It is a depression when I lose mine. – Old saying.

As a state that relies on fossil fuels for much of its economic success, it is interesting to equate Wyoming’s energy job recession with nations with a similar destiny such as Russia and Saudi Arabia.

How do you prepare for a 36-inch spring snowstorm that is headed your way?

Before I answer that question, let me set the scene for you:

Have you ever seen anything like the current political race for president of the United States?

Last week, we took our time cruising through that amazing labyrinth known as Wind River Canyon between Shoshoni and Thermopolis.

The narrow towering walls staring down on you (sometimes through the sunroof) can make a person feel pretty small.

Is Wyoming on the downhill slide toward another bust?

A small book full of firsts about Wyoming was written two years ago by First Lady Carol Mead, and it is an excellent compilation of unique events that happened first here in Wyoming.

It was September 1990, and then-Wyoming Gov. Mike Sullivan’s Irish temper was hot.

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