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It is somewhat disheartening that the astounding clarity and truth my opinions exude regarding local, state and national issues, as well as seasonal conundrums that crop up and are cordially covered (like when I hit a bad pot hole and my false teeth fell out and bit me in the leg, or when I …

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I grew up in what you’d call a “progressive community.” I don’t know where Mrs. Michaels’ grew up, but in the 1950s we had a heated year round indoor pool, a fantastic free library started by Phoebe Hearst, a beautiful theatre (formerly an opera house), free hospital and clinic and other unb…

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As the longtime bastion for preserving and passing on Campbell County history, the Rockpile Museum is considering a historic move of its own.

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With fall approaching, the devastation from COVID-19 cannot be understated. In the United States, the case total has topped 6 million; the number of deaths will soon pass 200,000, not to mention the attendant disruption of children’s’ education and the concurrent economic havoc.

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The presidential campaign is at knife’s edge. Both parties’ campaigns assume that patterns of support will closely resemble those in 2016. And both are making surprisingly little effort, considering how close that contest turned out to be, with the 46 crucial electoral votes decided by just …

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Please allow a few lines about what is called “The Trump Bump,” increasing daily due to the absolute insanity of the liberals and the total hypocrisy and outright lies they put forth each and every day to the American people.

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Someday, you may be going back to your office, factory, store or wherever you worked. Know this: Your dog will be OK. He or she will be OK even if you've just spent six months tied wrists to paws, in locked-down intimacy.

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I appreciate the letter of my Democrat opponent to the News Record because it allows me to respond and therefore educate her and my constituents regarding the dire straits that we face in terms of our state budget.

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Writing about people we love that have passed on is one of the most difficult writing assignments anyone could have delivered to their doorstep. Nevertheless, this Norwegian shall not be remiss in his duty to try to explain just what we had in our wonderful Kathy Brown, (almost four decades …

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In the last two weeks in Wyoming, officials in Powell announced the first case of COVID-19 at Northwest College since classes resumed there last month.

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You know the first two nights of the Republicans' virtual national convention have gone well when you see that Politico's morning Playbook leads with a lame joke about the U.S. Postal Service hiring a new lobbyist, aimed at reviving the post office non-scandal. Ho, ho, ho!

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In a recent News Record article, Rep. Hallinan referred to a white paper developed by the Joint Committee on Education in 2016. The paper suggests five solutions which could modify or reduce education funding. He stated that the paper “… laid out how we can cut education funding by $200 mill…

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Gillette, Wyoming, is a community full of good people from every fabric of life that continue to help their friends and neighbors, as we continue to lift each other up to new levels of success and creativity. These are the neighbors across the fence in every direction, north, south, east and…

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A federal health panel now recommends that men consume no more than one alcoholic drink a day. For 30 years, the Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee set the limit at two drinks a day. (Women have long been urged to limit consumption to one drink a day.)

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Gov. Mark Gordon announced Wednesday what he called “devastating” budget cuts equaling $250 million. He predicted that no one in the state will be unaffected by them — or by the next $250 million cuts that are to come.

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