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Local school officials took a remarkable step toward transparency this week when they issued their first ever COVID-19 report about cases and quarantines among students.

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The arrival of the replica Vietnam Veterans Memorial to Campbell County this week turns out to be symbolic of more than just the 58,000 servicemen and servicewomen who died in the conflict that stretches back six decades.

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Labor Day marks the unofficial end of summer and, for many, a return to the traditional work schedule. The quiz below, from the Ashbrook Center at Ashland University in Ashland, Ohio, provides an opportunity for you to test your knowledge of the American labor movement and the history of Labor Day.

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America would like nothing better than to call an end to the pandemic.

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CAMPBELL COUNTY VOTERS spoke overwhelmingly in favor of creating its own community college district on Tuesday — a decision many would say was 29 years late in coming.

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County commissioners and library board members met this week for a relatively unheated discussion about books — a conversation made possible because they silenced those who have been so outspoken about book choices at the library.

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Gillette is not the same community that it was 29 years ago when voters rejected the opportunity to make the then Gillette Campus its own community college district.

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Sometimes, people come into our lives and change them forever. We believe that happens for communities, too. Sometimes, people come into communities and change them forever.

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It’s easy to criticize and nitpick local government officials. Sometimes it’s necessary scrutiny to ensure the public’s business is conducted as above-board and transparently as possible.

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The adage that the only certainties in life are death and taxes doesn’t take into account the bigotry, racism and xenophobia of a small, ugly and vocal group of Campbell County residents.

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As a community that prides itself on fiscal and political conservatism, we were disappointed to see that — at least in one area — Gillette is as wasteful as more urban, liberal cities where residents take their resources for granted.

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A universal observation visitors often have about Gillette is surprise and envy for the number of high-quality amenities that make the city a great place to live.

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If whoever originally turned the phrase that “too many cooks spoil the broth” were contemporary today, he might of instead lamented how “too many politicians spoil just about anything.”

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Hardly a day goes by without at least someone — and usually a number of someones — leaving indignant and sometimes snarky comments on News Record social media posts about how our stories published online should be free to read.

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Wyoming is on the verge of being near the nucleus of U.S. energy innovation while going somewhere it’s been before — on a power trip.

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Much of the time, this space is the linchpin of the newspaper’s role as a community watchdog.

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It’s no secret that a depressed local economy, coupled with an alarming plunge in Campbell County’s assessed valuation, is squeezing our local health care system like a hungry boa constrictor.

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That Wyoming is a national and global leader in carbon and carbon dioxide research is no secret to anyone living in the Cowboy State for the past decade.

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Nearly seven years of asking “what if?” and imagining the potential for theoretic game-changing technologies to solve what Elon Musk calls the largest threat facing humanity, we’re on the cusp of beginning to realize the potential for the Integrated Test Center.

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If we needed another sign that some things are starting to return to normalcy as the COVID-19 pandemic drums on, there’s the Campbell County Health Board of Trustees enjoying a short little jaunt to an out-of-town resort.

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