Seeking out nourishment for art

By |Jul. 3, 2019|

With the sun and the rise in temperatures, those of us who live along the Bighorns finally may realize the rewards of harvesting from garden to table, the pleasure of laying a fly on a stream surface, the adventure of a new hiking trail or a lazy afternoon on the water.

Spring musings

By |May. 1, 2019|

A few weeks ago, I cheated the calendar and fled to Texas in a desperate search for spring.

Raise spring chicks for eggs year-round

By |May. 1, 2019|

Whether you consider backyard chickens your pets, want to eat their eggs or both, spring is the time to raise chicks in Wyoming. Shipton’s Big R Manager Sam Depew said his store sells between 3,500-4,000 birds a year from late January to May.

Price’s grotesque art still appealing

By |Apr. 10, 2019|

Morgan Price’s “Ways of Being,” a collection of prints by the Illinois-based artist featuring offbeat, sometimes bizarre, prints is wrapping up its run at Sheridan College’s Edward A. Whitney Gallery in the Whitney Center for the Arts.

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