From the April 7, 1927 News Record:
Dr. Megan Ranney is a practicing emergency physician, researcher, and advocate for innovative approaches to health. She is also the Associate Dean of Strategy and Innovation for the Brown University School of Public Health. She spoke to Michael Graham of InsideSources.com about the Biden adm…
A world commodities rebalancing is underway, and China is in a position of dominance. Take lithium, where China is a major processor and battery manufacturer; cobalt, where China has dominated the supply chains; and rare earths, where China has an almost total monopoly. Taken together, these…
Nearly seven years of asking “what if?” and imagining the potential for theoretic game-changing technologies to solve what Elon Musk calls the largest threat facing humanity, we’re on the cusp of beginning to realize the potential for the Integrated Test Center.
"We are not supporting doing any vaccine passports in the state of Florida," declared Gov. Ron DeSantis. "It's completely unacceptable," he said, for either government or the private sector to require showing proof of vaccination against COVID-19 "to just simply participate in normal society."
“This is not politics,” President Joe Biden said last week. “Reinstate the mandate if you let it down.” Give him credit for consistency: When Gov. Greg Abbott ended Texas’ mask mandate last month, Biden called it “Neanderthal thinking.”
For countless leaders the world over, the time that passed between March 2020 and May 2021 will be remembered as frustrating, exhausting, and complicated. For 40 lucky Wyomingites, however, the past year has been marked by new experiences and wonderful people.
It’s election season in the Wyoming Republican Party and all across the state liberals, who for many years successfully exploited the Republican brand in order to get their left-wing cronies elected to public office, are in a collective temper tantrum over the successful grassroots effort wh…
HERE IS SOMETHING to ponder: Will we remember this Easter for its sunshine and 70-plus degree temperatures? The type where it’s safe to hide eggs outdoors and sweaters might be the only outer garment required?
If we needed another sign that some things are starting to return to normalcy as the COVID-19 pandemic drums on, there’s the Campbell County Health Board of Trustees enjoying a short little jaunt to an out-of-town resort.
WASHINGTON — As if we weren’t divided enough, the latest partisan split is over whether to get the coronavirus vaccine. Republicans are less likely to get their shots. Why am I not surprised?
In the early 1970s, America launched a war against cancer. A half-century later, we have made strides, to be sure. Fewer people are smoking. Personalized medicine and advances in treatments are saving lives. A cancer diagnosis is no longer tantamount to a death sentence. Innovators in cance…
Undocumented immigrants have been surging to the U.S. border, some wearing T-shirts with the Biden campaign logo and the words "Please let us in!" What gave them the idea that they could just show up and come on in? President Joe Biden did.
We hear a lot about groups (setup by statisticians) that are reluctant to take any COVID-19 vaccination. We hear “not high enough effectiveness,” “it is all just a political game,” or “not sure where to get a vaccination.” The list goes on and on.
How to explain Joe Biden’s ideological transformation over the years? Perhaps it’s the same as the explanation of why the chameleon’s complexion changes when he moves from desert to forest: adaptation to local terrain.
SOMEWHERE BETWEEN 21 to 36 inches of snow fell in Cheyenne last weekend. In Casper, it was more than 26 inches. In Gillette, there was 2 inches if we’re being generous.