Wyo Sal: Can’t be the Only One

Posted January 19, 2017

I cannot be the only one who is excited for Friday’s inauguration and festivities in Washington, DC. Sometimes, I swear, it seems as though I am. I suppose it would be similar to being the only Wyoming fan in an entire room of CSU grads, or the only Dallas fan… Read More »

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WyoSal: The World is NOT Ending

Posted November 10, 2016

Newsflash: The world is not ending. I awoke to college students chanting, “He is not my president.” Guess what? While you breathe our air and drive on our roads and become more educated in our classrooms, yes, yes, he is. For eight years, the person for whom I did not vote… Read More »

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I am America

Posted November 9, 2016

My father was a farmer’s son, one of nine children, the only one to graduate from college. I am America. He left his job to follow a dream, to become a small business owner with my mother by his side. I am America. Times were hard and money was tight.… Read More »

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Wyo Sal: The Most Important Minute

Posted August 18, 2016

The drive took 40 minutes, the task less than five. Knowing we would be out of town for the primary election, we voted absentee for the first time in our many decades of voting. We did get stickers, but we certainly don’t deserve any special praise. I would never consider… Read More »

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Veterans Day

Posted November 11, 2013

How important it is for us to recognize and celebrate our heroes and she-roes!  ~Maya Angelou This Veteran’s Day we wanted to acknowledge the incredible efforts of the 2.5 million women who have served in the military since the American Revolution and pull together a couple of stories that might… Read More »

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