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The Gillette City Council should blame no one but itself for the strange, strange world that it finds itself in these days.

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On a new U.S. guideline forcing international students to leave the country or transfer to another college if their schools only offer online classes this fall

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Dear never-Trump Republicans: Would you adopt me? I'm a centrist with left-leaning tendencies. I get along with cats, dogs and most libertarians. But I'm best off in a political home without small children.

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As the presiding chairman of the 2020 Republican State Convention, it has come to my attention that a group of self-branded “Frontier Republicans” are spreading misinformation to try and discredit the actions that the elected body of delegates took.

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I am disappointed in the Mayor, City Council and Ann Turner, as editor of the Gillette News Record. Shay Lundvall is an individual of impeccable moral character. Can he make a mistake in judgment? The answer is a simple “yes.”

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Rural hospitals in financial trouble should concern everyone. Even our beautiful hospital here in Gillette and our beautiful long-term care facility Legacy Living Center are at the heart of this issue. This is not just affecting someone else somewhere else it will affect every person living …

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“In the U.S., the doctrine of Qualified Immunity grants govt. officials performing discretionary functions immunity from civil suits, UNLESS, the plaintiff shows that the official violated ‘clearly established statutory or constitutional rights of which a reasonable person would have known.’…

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Rabbits. Rabbits! They're hopping all over New England, my yard included. They need to eat and, being rabbits, have lots of mouths to feed. What more could a rabbit want than a fresh head of cabbage, organically grown by my calloused hands?

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When Campbell County commissioners instructed staff Monday to begin investigating what it would take for Gillette College to break from the Northern Wyoming Community College District and become its own independent entity, we thought that may have been a little extreme.

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An election year is upon us and in Campbell County, we have choices to make in nearly each of our local elections. I applaud each person who has put their name on the ballot for consideration. It is a huge commitment of energy, personal, family, and business time, as well as personal finance…

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"What gives urgency to debates about race in America today — and what drives the reparations movement, are two basic facts," Walter Russell Mead writes in the Wall Street Journal.

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Unfortunately, many people still haven’t figured out that today’s turmoil is not race driven, it’s class driven.

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As we look forward to a “saved” Fourth of July amidst some significant local turmoil, I salute Ann Turner Kennedy for her worth-every-word June 20 editorial. She tactfully reminds us that tact matters, that the First Amendment, like the Second, must be interpreted responsibly.

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According to an article in the Sept. 15, 2016, edition of the Gillette News Record, the Gillette City Council’s original proposal for non-discrimination was created specifically to “affirms its personnel policies protect employees and potential employers from discrimination based on sexual o…

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It was ailing before; now in the age of the coronavirus, it’s at death’s door. I write about men’s fashion. Long before we’d ever heard the dread word COVID-19, the decline in man’s way of dressing had begun.

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Success breeds failure. That's a lesson taught by America's current woes, the stumbling attempts to cope with the novel coronavirus, and the all-too-familiar scripts for responding to police misconduct and violent riots.

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 Oil prices have finally rebounded in recent weeks from below zero after a tumultuous spring with unprecedented pricing pressures on multiple fronts. Prices are now about $35 per barrel, which is still almost half of what it was only two years ago, and still below the break-even price for mo…

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WASHINGTON — Progressives have long argued that academics and those in the news media ought to call evil ideas evil, rather than strive for a neutrality that conceals that fundamental truth from the reader. And over the past five years, conservatives, libertarians and a few figures in the ce…

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We are living in a serious world. Many of us thought it couldn’t get any worse than COVID and then all heck broke lose. I’m not going to write about this seriousness. Others have already explained things much more eloquently than I ever could.

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WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump will hold a rally this weekend in Tulsa, where he will bask in the adulation of his adoring base. His approval rating is the most stable in modern presidential history. No president has ever had such a committed core of supporters.

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Shay Lundvall was right to resign his Ward 3 seat on the Gillette City Council even if now he wants his old job back and feels as though he was coerced into resigning.

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The COVID-19 pandemic’s devastating repercussions will be felt across America for years. “Inevitable” millions of deaths didn’t materialize despite what politicians and public health experts told us. What did come were lockdowns that may result in more deaths than the pandemic due to mental …

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