Honor and war

Wounded servicemen arriving from Vietnam at Andrews Air Force Base. Library of Congress

When Americans think of being at war, they might think of images of their fellow citizens suffering.

Wyoming dude ranch becomes a hub for conserving history

This photo taken July 12, 2017, shows Kevin Brothers, left, and Tom Lincoln removing a window from one of the guest cabins at the White Grass Dude Ranch in Grand Teton National Park as part of a window and door restoration workshop. The ranch has become the headquarters for the Western Center for Historic Preservation, where participants come from national parks around the country and learn restoration and preservation skills to take back to their respective park or monument. (Bradly J. Boner /Jackson Hole News & Guide via AP)

JACKSON, Wyo. — The dusty two-track leads back to 1913, to a time when many of the log cabins were built and their green roofs first laid.

Public defenders continue to see heavy caseloads

John Thomas, Chris Tapp’s public defender, answers questions after Tapp’s release from prison following a hearing at the Bonneville County Courthouse. The American Bar Association recommends that public defenders handle at most 150 felonies per year. Bonneville County public defenders, however, handle an average of 268 felonies per year. Post Register file

In 1963 the United States Supreme Court ruled unanimously in Gideon v. Wainwright that a defendant needed to be represented by an attorney for the courts to properly administer justice.



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