What We Owe the Dead

What We Owe the Dead

by Keelyn Byram Cemeteries are often overlooked as something the public needs to be concerned with. However, cemeteries serve an important communal purpose and when they fall into disrepair action needs to be taken. But what can be done? There are simple things...
Summer Movies’ Nostalgia

Summer Movies’ Nostalgia

Looking back on this summer’s films, what stands out are quite a lot of sequels: Avengers: Endgame, John Wick: Chapter 3, Dark Phoenix, Toy Story 4, Spiderman: Far from Home, Men in Black International, Shaft, The Angry Birds Movie 2. Some of this summer’s films are...
Teton PowWow, Dancing and Chanting on Sept. 21st

Teton PowWow, Dancing and Chanting on Sept. 21st

At noon on Saturday September 21 the Grand Entry of the Teton PowWow at the Teton County Fairgrounds will mark the beginning of CWC’s first PowWow honoring and celebrating American Indian culture and history.  CWC’s powwow is student-run by the Riverton Campus’ United...
Paniolos, Columbus, and Language’s Power

Paniolos, Columbus, and Language’s Power

Summer in Wyoming means rodeo season. Speaking to C-SPAN, Sheridan Mayor Roger Miller noted that the entire city operates around, with, and for the rodeo during the Sheridan WYO Rodeo. History was made just recently at the Cody Stampede. Rodeo and the West are...

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