The Hanging Lake Trail opened May 1 after the Grizzly Creek Fire left the area unscathed.
The problem isn’t so much the cat – though he definitely is a lovable and friendly problem – but my inability to get past the word “um.” It’s generally how I handle confrontation.
Long before cell phones were invented … years before cable TV was born … in an era when a hoola hoop was the closest thing to Hulu and a rain forest was all we knew about the Amazon, my little sister Sheri and I would spend hours playing with paper dolls.
Masks are still encouraged/requested/required by some businesses or agencies, but the relaxed regulations will soon leaves us with a plethora of colorful and creative obsoletes.
The first time I bought a car, I experienced a dark night of the soul to such an unreasonable and flop sweaty degree that I called the dealership the next morning and asked if they’d take the car back.
One of my newsroom duties includes organizing an archive of newspapers for in-house use. Every month, I recycle the previous year’s month of newspapers to make room for the upcoming month’s publications.
Friends, a mere week from today we’ll all be celebrating the 36th U.S. Congress and former President James Buchanan, who in a fit of panic over the South seceding from the Union created the Territory of Colorado.
Growing up in Wyoming, state statutes regarding road etiquette were something of a punchline. But don’t take it from me; let’s see how Teton County law enforcement described it to a Jackson Hole newspaper 14 years ago: