Rudkin writes: Brokenness is apart of our lives. But Christmas is the reminder that God entered into our brokenness to bind up and heal.
Brezik writes: Reducing the size of your IRA now, and paying the tax at low rates, may save taxes later.
Adler writes: The Burger Court, it seemed, had succeeded in offending Christians and non-Christians alike. Some days, the Court can’t win.
Lenhart writes: If nothing else, Republicans need to come to terms with the reality that former President Trump tends to cost us votes.
Wulff Wisdom writes: If we can’t extend the smallest of kindness to an animal, what does that say about us?
Rudkin writes: It’s so easy to take God’s goodness for granted and simply go on about the business of living.
Molvar writes: It’s time to start engineering a just transition – not just for public lands ranchers, but for public lands and wildlife too.
Barron writes: The big benefit of legalized gambling is the money it generates for the state and local governments.
Marston writes: I am forever grateful to the public land that gives us room to breathe.
Walker writes: When I reflect upon Bo Jackson, I think of Uncle Bo, the kind, selfless and generous fellow behind the “Bo Knows” poster who graciously reached out to my family in a time of need and who now prominently displays Bridger’s gifted rocks within his trophy case.
Homer writes: Chances are, someone you know has epilepsy. Join the Seizure First Aid Challenge and help save a life.
Deti writes: Wyoming is poised to lead the world into a lower carbon future while continuing to pursue a path toward a secure energy economy.
Each week we ask you a question about an issue important to Wyoming, then print what you think the following week.
The editorial board says: Lummis bucked many in her party by supporting the same-sex marriage bill. She deserves praise for her courage.
The editorial board says: You don’t have to look hard to find goodness in our community, even amid a year that has been so challenging.
Conservative columnist Cal Thomas and Georgia psychologist Robert Pawlicki offer differing takes on whether former President Donald Trump is fading or staying put as the Republican Party's biggest name and most influential leader.
Her name was Ruby. She was one of mine. A sophomore. I offered her one-on-one support in my academic lab as an intervention tier for kids who needed extra pushes in the right direction.
The federal government’s child tax credit just had its 25th anniversary, but not everyone is celebrating. Some conservatives think it’s a runaway entitlement program. A few on the left would rather redirect the money elsewhere. Advocates, meanwhile, want to expand it — but don’t agree on how.
🎧 The hosts discuss whether this movement, which has gotten much attention after the fall of FTX, is an effective way to tackle society's biggest problems.