Editor’s note: Mark Englert, the former longtime vice president of Gillette College, talks about what it would take to bring back the school’s athletics programs and the value of student life on campus and in the community. This is the fourth of a series of Q&A reports leading up to the …
The number of active coronavirus cases in Wyoming remained relatively stable over the weekend, growing by eight as the state Health Department received reports of more than 300 recoveries among those with laboratory-confirmed or probable cases.
Yes, Mr. Hastings, I’m sure that the 125 people at Gillette’s newest beer garden had no complaints about drinking beer at the cemetery.
I would like to address the Bertchs’ concerns of the Mount Pisgah Cemetery beautification and sculpture programs as well as the concert in the gardens series. I truly feel sorry for the Bertchs that they believe that the cemetery is a place for sorrow and mourning only.
Regarding the “Still no masks in local schools despite CDC recommendations” article, in the July 29 Gillette News Record, all I can say is “Thank You, thank you, thank you” folks for having the brains to disavow this control nonsense issued by the CDC.
Why I read young adult literature:
I am so sad that Gillette has no other venues to hold summer evening music and beer drinking events than at the cemetery.
I thought I would find out first-hand what was going on at the library so I attended a board meeting on July 26. I was a few minutes late so I stood in the back. It was packed. A very good thing.