Opinion
 

A time to gather

“Let us think of ways to motivate one another to acts of love and good works. ... more

 

Laughter

Recently in my Quiet Time while reading Psalm 37... more

 

Another adventure awaits

When I accepted the job as a general assignment reporter for Wyoming Newspapers, Inc. ... more

 

Diamonds on the Prairie

The art of relaxing is almost a thing of the past.... more

 

‘Stay out of dodge orders’ constitutional?

“Stay out of dodge orders” ... more

 

Out on a limb

There goes a squirrel out on a limb ... more

 

Are you an accent mimic?

Have you ever had a conversation with someone from a different part of the country and ended up accidentally mimicking his or her accent?... more

 

2 Timothy 4:7

She looks a little tough... more

 

Family matters

When it comes to having good mental health, one of the most important things to help is having a strong connection with your family.... more

 

O taste and see

O taste and see that the Lord is good; how blessed is the man (woman) who takes refuge in Him.” – ... more

 

The strange history of wedding traditions

Did you know a bride’s bouquet originally consisted of spices and herbs to ward off evil spirits?... more

 

Letter to the editor

I am becoming tired/bored of insidious accusations the U.S.A. is systemically racist and especially calling people racist just because they are white. Those who advocate that belief are themselves racist. Saying police are racist and hunt down Blacks to shoot them is untrue and asinine. So, I am going to talk about facts BLM, liberals and the blame-stream media are afraid to mention.... more

 

Letter to the editor

After serving a new nation established as a loose coalition of states with states’ rights reigning supreme, our founders held a Constitutional Convention and created the document under which our nation has grown and prospered. In the Preamble, they clearly laid out why they did so. Let’s take a look at those reasons.... more

 

Don't let life pass you by

This past weekend I had a unique opportunity to witness first-hand the importance of family from an outsider’s perspective. ... more

 

Exploring the west

Before I moved to Torrington at the end of December, I did some research about outdoor opportunities I could take advantage of when I moved here.... more

 

Get outside

The month of June has been deemed National Great Outdoors Month... more

 

Rainbows

I think that being an artist has always made me more aware of colors.... more

 

Are you being considerate of your future self?

I procrastinate.... more

 

Consider giving your dog a job

There are numerous studies published about the benefits ... more

 

Rev. Vetter to be ordained into Catholic priesthood

Reverend Mr. Nicholas Vetter, 2013 graduate of Torrington High School, will be ordained into the Sacred Priesthood of Jesus Christ in the Roman Catholic Church, June 11th, 2021 in Bismarck, N.D.... more

 

Hitting the links

With the weather finally cooperating in Goshen County, I had the chance to hit the links and play some golf for the first time since November.... more

 

Proverbs 31:28

Proverbs 31:28 Her children arise and call her blessed ... more

 

Letter to the editor

A correct and maybe clarified perspective of my belief and suggestion to others:... more

 

Letter to the editor

Don’t leave us behind! Adult education needs more promotion to help resolve major social concerns. We lack knowledge of electronic devices which could and can connect us with our children and grandchildren. Intergenerational communication should be encouraged by all media forms and all family upbringings. ... more

 

Letter to the editor

Someone once stated that “We are in unchartered territory, with effectively a blank sheet of paper in front of us, then we have the opportunity to try to think things that might previously been unthinkable – we may well be there!” ... more

 

Refuse to be a victim, be a survivor

Recent events have shaken the Torrington community and brought a very dark subject into the spotlight. Domestic violence is real, it’s happening in Goshen County and it happens more often than one would want to admit. However, we all know admitting there is a problem is the first step to overcoming a problem.... more

 

Letter to the editor

I'm Matt Rankin, Director of the Wyoming Hemp Growers Association, and a licensed Wyoming Master Electrician. I don't do much directing of hemp growers, because Wyoming doesn't have any- a dozen dabblers is a group of hobbyists, not an industry. Hemp never was an industry in Wyoming, and it still remains possible that it never will be.... more

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