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For a long time now, I have always looked forward to the end of April.

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As everyone does their part to stop the spread of COVID-19, many people staying home and looking to kill time are binge watching new shows on streaming services like Netflix. This past week, most of the buzz has been about “Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem, and Madness.” “Tiger King” is the no. 1 …

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Once a month, the Rocket Miner Editorial Board turns its attention to uplifting, outstanding, or inspiration news from the past month. Depending on recent events and the outlook of the board members, the brainstorming session may have difficulty staying on topic. This week, while meeting vir…

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“Christianity, if false, is of no importance, and if true, of infinite importance. The only thing it cannot be is moderately important.” – C.S. Lewis

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Everyone is affected by COVID-19 in one way or another, especially if you’re an employee whose industry is experiencing a hit. The president recently signed into law the latest package from Congress, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act – but what does this mean for…

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When I come home from a day at the clinic and hospital, there is no better feeling than my children running up to give me a big hug. For the past couple of weeks, I have had to remind them to stop, and just do an air hug until I have had a chance to change clothes and shower. The idea is to …

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Like many people around the globe, these last few weeks have been hard to get used to.

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Memories from the beginning of March seem like they’re from a different time and place. In the intervening weeks, we slipped into the Twilight Zone … and it’s unclear when we’ll escape it.

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GILLETTE — With schools closed because of the coronavirus, parents are working overtime to keep their children from ransacking the house. Luckily, the outdoors aren't off limits. Biking and walking through neighborhoods is safe and a nice way to change the scenery.

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Historically the cavalry was the most mobile element of the battlefield. They fought from horseback and were possessed of the best armor and weaponry. Many is the reference to cavalry arriving to save the day; even the inference the “cavalry is coming” heartens those who are facing terrible …

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Growing up in the Blue Ridge Mountains, there is a home scene that I cherish as we face this coronavirus pandemic. It is not a picture on the wall, but a scene, a portrait, etched in my heart. That scene was viewing Dad when he came home as a circuit rider from his circuit.

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I once read of a farmer who made square boxes for his watermelons to grow in so he could ship them easier. He claimed it worked. Don’t get the wild idea if you ever see a square watermelon that its seeds will produce square watermelons. Watermelon seeds only produce round or elliptically sha…

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Even in ordinary times, the 74,000 of unpaid family caregivers in Wyoming face a daunting set of daily tasks. Oftentimes with little or no training, they may be responsible for wound care, tube feedings, dressing, managing the finances and medical bills of their loved ones, transportation and more.

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The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has created high levels of stress and fear for many of us. The anxiety that a disease such as this can bring on can seem overwhelming to many people but learning to cope with and manage that stress is important for every one of us.

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An agricultural drain is a structure the Wyoming Game and Fish Department uses to control water levels in wetlands, irrigation ditches, ponds and lakes. Agricultural drains are beneficial for water control and water conservation management. They improve water quality and wildlife habitat on …

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Mountains are one of God’s most exquisite creations. Way back in late March of 2007, our youngest two of seven children were home from college for spring break. We took trips to the surrounding mountains out south. We traveled as far up the canyon of Little Mountain as we could go. We made i…