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Winter damages evergreens

Published May 4, 2015, in the Wyoming Tribune Eagle, “Evergreens looking dull? If this winter has caused your pines to brown, don’t cut them down just yet.” 952 more words


Is Dead Week Really Dead Week?

Dead week is upon us at the University of Wyoming. For most it is the chance to study, recoup while we have nothing due, and get ready for the hell week we will face next week. 799 more words


Surprise road trip!

Namaste from Nederland!

I’m blogging from my parents’ living room on a cool Colorado day. It’s great to be back in the Rocky Mountains, but I almost can’t believe that I’m ACTUALLY in Boulder county right now! 439 more words

Jim Lantern en route to Reno Nevada

Monday 4 May 2015 – at 10:00 Mountain Time in Salt Lake City

A 3-hour delay out of Denver missed Reno connection in Salt Lake City last night. 143 more words


Hoop House

An oddly decorated home in Wyoming is made even more curious by the wired trees.

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Man Rescued from South St. Louis Trench

ST. LOUIS (KMOX/AP) – A man has been rescued after being stuck in an 18-foot-deep trench in South St. Louis.

Firefighters say a trench behind a home in the 3300 block of Wyoming Street near Roosevelt High School collapsed Sunday evening. 162 more words


J-W's Monday Monologue

Well, me and my family just had the most wonderful time this past weekend at the Dover Days festival in Dover, Delaware; Well, actually, I went up to the festival by myself, on foot, from my home in Camden, Wyoming all the way to the festival in Downtown Dover(Yes, my feet as well as myself were pretty worn out, but it was all worth it to see all the action there!); First up, I took an up-close glance at the parade, and then I walked around at all of the tents that showcase the many fine businesses that help make Dover, Delaware a productive city, I think. 240 more words