Articles written by Kevin Killough


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  • Republicans should remain united

    Kevin Killough, Powell Tribune via the Wyoming News Exchange|Jul 28, 2022

    As the pandemic was in full swing during July 2020, Harper’s Magazine published “A Letter on Justice and Open Debate,” which argued that a growing intolerance was becoming a threat to free speech. Far from a conservative response to so-called “cancel culture,” the over 150 signatories of the letter included some of the most prominent voices of the political left, including feminist Gloria Steinem, linguist Noam Chomsky, and New York Times editor, Bari Weiss, who would resign her position at the paper a week later citing the newsroom...

  • Flooding forces evacuation of Yellowstone

    Mark Davis and Kevin Killough, Powell Tribune Via Wyoming News Exchange|Jun 16, 2022

    POWELL - Unprecedented rain, combined with fast melting late season snow, has flooded nearby communities and forced the closure and evacuation of Yellowstone National Park and nearby attractions. Visitors in Yellowstone National Park were being evacuated Monday, as several roads in the park were closed due to substantial flooding, rockslides and mudslides from the recent unprecedented amounts of rainfall. At 10:45 a.m. Monday, the park closed all entrances to inbound traffic due to hazardous con...

  • Online news is not replacing print

    Kevin Killough, The Powell Tribune|Apr 25, 2019

    We here in Park County are pretty lucky. More and more communities across the country — more than 1,300 — have no local news coverage at all, much less a couple sources competing with each other to produce great news. I’ll let the readers decide who’s winning that competition, since I’m rather biased on the subject. I started my career in journalism just as newspapers were closing in the wake of impacts from the internet. At the time, I believed, as most did, that the industry was just going through a change. Once it found its digital f...

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