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Opinion column: Wyoming’s future rests on a ‘wing’ and a prayer

Modified: Wednesday, Nov 19th, 2014
As a reminder, it is hunting season.
The color "blaze orange" has been pretty common sight here in our part of the county since the first of September. That is when hunting season opened.
And anyone that knows me, even casually, knows that fall in Wyoming, and hunting season, is what I live for. It's why I remained in

Letter to the editor: A happy Republican

Posted: Wednesday, Nov 12th, 2014
Wow! I am most impressed with all the people who voted for Republican candidates. You chose the candidates who will make changes to enable this country to once again make us proud!
 Congratulations to all the Republican candidates that were elected to make a difference.

Letter to the editor: A facility to be proud of

Posted: Wednesday, Nov 12th, 2014
The weekend of Oct. 25, we had the privilege of spending time in your town for our granddaughter Kylie Schmidt's wedding to Spencer Smith of your community. We wanted to thank everyone for your hospitality in making our family feel welcome.
The purpose of this letter, however, is to compliment you on the wonderful community building you have so graciously

Letter to the editor: Obama missing the mark

Posted: Wednesday, Nov 12th, 2014
Newly elected Republicans need only look at recent history to guide their Middle East foreign policy and domestic agenda. Many of President Barack Obama's supporters were blinded by Obama's charisma and saw pie in the sky when it was mud in your eye.
On Jan. 22, 2009, PBS's Emmy-winning commentator John Ridley, an African-American, in his segment aired on PBS

Letter to the editor: Propositions for governance

Posted: Wednesday, Nov 12th, 2014
I have watched the political ads, and while I can't vote, I am still sickened by them. Often the vitriol spit by the candidates is so contradictive that usually at least one of them is clearly lying, maybe both. In some cases it's so brazen there is no way that both are being honest.
We have a problem in America.

Opinion column: Drug testing here to stay

Posted: Wednesday, Nov 12th, 2014
On Monday evening, I went and photographed part of a dress rehearsal from the Torrington High School's upcoming production, "King Artie and the Knights of the Rad Table."
First off, you should go watch the musical, which runs Friday and Saturday evening (shameless plug: we'll have photos and a write-up for you in Friday's paper). It's clear the kids have

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