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It was my first month in the hospital as a new internal medicine intern at a large university hospital. Upper-level residents that I met during orientation asked me, “What is your first rotation?” When I answered, “hepatology,” the looks I got in response told me I was in for a tough initiation.

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Thirteen-year-olds can AirDrop Simpsons memes from across the room, and artificial intelligence made chess masters like Garry Kasparov obsolete. But for all our technological advances, at home, we’re still cavemen.

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We are living in historic times, no matter what our political persuasions are. Any time we pass from one president to another president, we are experiencing what generations in America do. What we have lived through over the years in America has proved that God has sovereignly had His hand o…

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I’m astonished at how often the world of grammar intersects the headlines. Since the attack on the U.S. Capitol on January 6, I’ve seen and heard people confused by both the spelling and the capitalization (seriously, no pun intended) of the word. Let’s dive in.

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The shocking sight of Wyoming’s lone U.S. Representative voting to impeach President Donald Trump was devastating to thousands of Cowboy State residents.

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America is grappling a difficult legacy. Our society was built by the blood and sweat of slaves, on land previously occupied by Native Americans. When we won independence, only white male property owners were fully enfranchised. Enslaved peoples were not fully counted under the constitution.…

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DEAR ABBY: As a way to manage my stress and anxiety when COVID hit, I started to exercise. Neither my husband, "Chris," nor I had ever been into fitness at all. As the months have gone on, I have realized the power of being healthy, and I try to exercise every day. The problem? Chris is angr…

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Most of us have no earthly idea what the quiet influence of our lives means to others. Each of us has some influence, that is as real as light and heat from the sun upon us on these cold winter days.

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When it comes to streaming radio services, I prefer Pandora over Amazon Music. You see, Pandora offers deep cuts while Amazon plays mostly predictable hits. Even though I’m an Amazon Prime member and benefit from no commercials, I opt for the advertisement-laden Pandora radio. What can I say…

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This evening I was talking to Mrs. G about teachers. She retired from teaching sixth grade here in Sweetwater County several years ago. We cops don’t always talk about cop stuff. In fact, at home, its rare. We see enough on the job not to bring it home. So, in my case, we talk about teacher …

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Wyoming folks and citizens across the country are still reeling as a result of the invasion of the Nation’s Capitol on Wednesday, Jan. 6. Here is a first-hand report of that event:

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One definition of the word murmur is “to express one’s discontent in a subdued manner.” So, it makes sense that a heart murmur is often a soft-spoken signal that something may be going on in the heart. The heart does not always shout to get our attention like it does with a heart attack. Som…

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On Wednesday morning, I got a phone call from a man in Sweetwater County telling me his Mom was Home with the Lord. It triggered in me an indelible memory of my Dad’s Homegoing.