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Nearly 80 years ago the world watched in horror after discovering millions of Jews, supporters and other groups standing against the genocide were marched to their deaths; among them was my family. Last week, I spoke before my son’s sixth grade class regarding the Holocaust and how we survived – but also how we face many of the same and similar trials, tribulations roughly 80 years later.

The ghosts and/or spirits of Clarene Law, Leland Christensen, Hank Coe, and Jim Angell seem omnipresent when I think of the Wyoming Legislature.

The Goshen County School District’s board of trustees voted to table the approval of Superintendent Ryan Kramer’s contract to the board’s March meeting. The matter was brought up again during a special meeting held Jan. 16. The board voted to approve Kramer’s contract extension through the 2024-2025 school year. Four board members voted against the extension: Chris Alexander, Bob Peterson, Wade Phipps and Matthew Cushman.

TORRINGTON – Despite its religious roots for many cultures, people and times in history, New Year’s is mostly a secular celebration worldwide, especially in the United States. Instead of making promises to God or gods, people make promises to themselves and focus purely on self-improvement or selfish indulgences.

I recently wrote about a local man who had been arrested after having allegedly struck a female with his vehicle at the intersection of Main Street (Highway 85) and West Valley Road (Highway 26). I have heard a great deal of criticism about law enforcement’s, the county attorney’s and the Telegram’s response to this matter. I would like to take a moment to explain some things.

I’ve been asked recently, “Why do I live in Wyoming? Why would I want to?” At the time, I just responded with a quick answer, “I love it here and wouldn’t want to live anywhere else.” I didn’t really think too much about it until afterward.

GOSHEN COUNTY – For many of us it’s an age-old, sacred tradition to wake up and see our school name scroll at the bottom of the television stating the district or school issued a snow day. An endearing tradition which lasted until recently when all of our lives abruptly stopped – at least for a short time.

TORRINGTON – The holiday season is upon us and one thing for certain is it tends to bring out a unique kind of spirit only found during the month of December.

Dear editor, This past election ushered in a level of ugliness and nastiness never before seen in Goshen County politics. A large measure of a person’s worth is based on how we treat others. Maybe that is the politics of Florida and California but that is not who we are or what we are here in Goshen County.

We are rapidly approaching the holiday season – with that being said, animals are not holiday gifts; they are a “furever” home commitment.

The General Election has come and gone. Though some of us may not have had the result we desired, it’s imperative to remember we are all neighbors in Goshen County, all people striving for the best for our community.

Everybody that knows me knows that I like taking old stuff and making something new out of it.

My mother-in-law, Bonnie, turned 90 last week

Election season has been and remains upon us in Goshen County, and the U.S. abroad.

During the summer and early fall there have been so many activities to be involved in and be a part of that it’s been a busy time for most people

It used to be one of my least favorite days of the year.

You know when you’re a golfer, and you hear the word “Fore” that you may be in danger,

After several conversations,

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