No one said doing the right thing is easy.
The incoming class of Wyoming legislators heading down to Cheyenne this month by way of Campbell County had their say on a variety of wide-ranging topics at the Eggs and Issues event at the Senior Center earlier this week.
Again, we’ve reached the end of one year and the beginning of a new. With that comes a time to reflect on the past and apply lessons learned to the future.
It would be nice to stop harping on the word “transparency,” but as long as elected officials attempt to redefine that word and abuse what it stands for, those abuses have to be pointed out.
There’s a litmus test in the world of sports — a clear divide among those compelled to compete and how they process success. As it turns out, it’s not so different from how some interpret what it means to be thankful.
This week, local school board members joined a growing wave of districts throughout the state that have voted in support of a lawsuit against the state of Wyoming, claiming the state has failed its responsibility to fund and support equal and high-quality education for all.
While scanning your General Election ballot, you probably devoted the majority of your focus on the contested races with multiple candidates. After all, the election had a fair share of those worthy of your interest.
Whether you’ve already voted early or have plans to trek to the the polls Nov. 8, be sure to do your homework before fulfilling your end of the Democratic process. Especially when it comes to the easily overlooked constitutional amendments buried on the ballot.
With less than a month to go before the Nov. 8 general election, about 700 ballots have already been cast in Campbell County. At roughly the same time before this year’s August primary election, about 400 early ballots had been cast.
For the second time in about a month, the Gillette Community College District trustees have unfortunately lost one of their own. Now, for the second time in about a month, they are tasked with appointing a new member to their board, and have the opportunity to add what is still missing.
There’s no shortage of library topics to opine on this week. The hard part is choosing just one. Now that the library board has a majority of members without the best interests of the community as a whole at heart, there will surely be even more.
The city of Gillette is considering partnering with the county and moving the City Pool from its home of 87 years to a new location near the Campbell County Recreation Center.
After more than 18 months of public discourse, a few dicey weeks recently and just under two years to go, the International Pathfinders Camporee is officially coming to Gillette.