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Earthquake and tragedy
by Kevin T. McEneaney in Features
Tue Apr 19th, 2016

The western coast of Ecuador has undergone unimaginable tragedy. A little over seven hundred people have been certified as dead. Over two-and-half thousand people have been injured. About seven thousand buildings have collapsed....

Latitude and Longitude
by Kevin T. McEneaney in Features
Wed Apr 13th, 2016

Near the equator, one experiences the quickest sunrises and the quickest sunsets because the sun moves nearly perpendicular to the horizon for most of the year. The day is evenly...

by Stephen Kaye in Features
Tue Apr 5th, 2016

The Millerton Moviehouse showed this film last Sunday before a crowd of educators, parents and students on the subject of alternative education.  The film is designed to ignite fires, to...

by Our Man in Wyoming in Features
Sun Feb 28th, 2016

Within the Bighorn Basin, the annual Sugar Beet harvest is always referred to as "the Campaign". It begins when the nights of autumn are cold enough to bring to peak...

Fri Feb 19th, 2016

For the past year I have been studying herbalism at Twin Star Connecticut’s School of Herbal and Energetic studies. I have always loved gardening, hiking and being outside but...

by Our Man in Wyoming in Features
Mon Jan 25th, 2016

The Bighorn Basin is surrounded on all sides by mountains, a big ellipse 200 miles south to north. The Rockies are to the west, the Bighorns to the east. Bounding...

by Our Man in Wyoming in Features
Tue Jan 19th, 2016

I am a New Englander, now enduring a second winter living at the center of the Bighorn Basin of Wyoming. In many ways the Bighorn Basin represents the polar opposite...

Delavergne Hill inspires a landscape painter -- Trevor McWilliams captures the “way it was”
by Antonia Shoumatoff in Features
Mon Jan 18th, 2016

A painting of the view from Delavergne Hill came to our attention when our photo editor was seeking illustrations to go with a story about the impact of Silo Ridge...