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Wyoming’s pandemic response plan for the COVID-19 outbreak gives the state health officer sweeping powers but leaves important decisions regarding closures, rationing of expected shortages and patient triage to local governments and institutions.

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I love all the seasons. Each one has something to offer and reflect on. Nature has so much to teach us.

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LAS VEGAS — Closets that freshen clothes, cooktops that won’t let pots boil over, faucets told to dispense just enough water to fill the coffee maker. Wherever one looked at the annual Design and Construction Week, there was a new way to make our lives more efficient.

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You should have seen us in Burger King. My husband and I were taking pictures of our meals with our phones like we were the paparazzi. People were watching us thinking, “What the heck are they doing?”

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I’ve been a mother for five (and three quarters) years and the first rule I learned was to lie.

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One of the challenges parents face in sending their kids back to school is making sure they continue to “eat smart” to optimize focus, energy, and satiety throughout the day.

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Last Thursday was “sneak some zucchini onto your neighbor’s porch” day and for the first time in many years I was actually the recipient instead of the giver.

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Named for the hotel where it was invented in Sweden, Hasselbacking is a technique where a vegetable (traditionally potatoes) is partially sliced, accordion style, brushed with butter, sprinkled with bread crumbs, and baked.

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Three weeks ago my independent son made himself breakfast while I put my daughter down for a nap.

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Inside the industrial-sized kitchen at Westwood High School, South Dakota-based chef Aleaha Ghere was searing small chunks of bread to make her black pepper croutons.

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Each Sunday at First United Methodist Church in Gillette, more than just the congregation attend the worship service.

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For the past several months, my 5-year-old has been REALLY into gum. He loves a piece of fruit-striped gum or a piece of bubblegum as a treat after school.

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The 1970s featured some bad decisions — wood paneling, orange-colored carpet, Watergate, platform shoes, Three Mile Island and waterbeds, just to name a few.

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Easter is soon approaching. The holiday doesn’t have to be filled with sugar and candy for your little bunnies.

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Face it. There’s nothing worse than not being able to sleep. It not only ruins your night as you toss and turn, it also ruins the next day when you’re sleep deprived.

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My husband has been working a lot lately building a business. He is often gone before the kids and I wake up and home long after we have gone to bed.

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Ahh, St. Patrick’s Day, the day when even those of us without a trickle of Irish blood embrace everything Irish.

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There’s a saying: “Everything’s better with bacon.” And it’s true. Bacon is greasy and crunchy. It’s chewy and salty. It’s delectable and balanced. Bacon is akin to nature’s perfect food.

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Irish brown soda bread is a hearty, wholesome loaf that tastes as good with a helping of scrambled eggs as it does with a smear of salted butter or tangy marmalade. And not only is this humble bread versatile, it's also simple to prepare.

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I have Marie Kondo’d half of my house, getting rid of things that I no longer need or want. I’ve delivered several bags and boxes to secondhand stores and donated many others to those less fortunate.

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