On Sept. 8-12, the “American Veteran Traveling Tribute” will be at the Cam-plex Park in Gillette.
I have called the city of Gillette Public Works Department and Parks Department several times and no one will return my phone calls. I simply would like to know why they do not do certain projects in the fall so that the grass will not die.
I have written a letter to the mayor as well as every city council member voicing my objection to Mayor Louise Carter-King’s proclamation declaring June in Gillette as “Gay Pride Month.” I would ask is the mayor and council going to proclaim July as “Biblical Marriage Pride Month?”
Today more than 23,000 Wyomingites provide unpaid care for over 10,000 friends or family members with Alzheimer’s or other dementias. We need to support the emotional and physical well being of these caregivers as well as help them offset the financial drain created by having to retire early…
We can build a thriving community without gutting important community services and resources. Please know that voting “yes” for Gillette College does not require cutting to keep our budgets balanced and our community fiscally responsible.
I read an article about the new Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, Gov. Gordon nuclear power plant plans and as a past U.S. Navy qualified nuclear reactor operator, I found it interesting.
After I read Jillian Balow’s May 25 editorial about critical race theory, I double-checked that it was her byline. It seemed more like a pundit spouting inanities on Fox News or Newsmax rather than a professional educator and top-tier elected official. The language was identical in tone and …
I am so happy with Jillian Balow! I’m happy she’s letting everyone know that critical race theory is Marxist and teaches hate. I’ve only read terrible things about it.
Everything in the global climate fear phenomena is either invisible or in a remote inaccessible location or in the future. None of which the average person can go and check on their own but rather must rely on government-funded researchers or an activist who says they have checked it.
I’m writing in response to the editorials in the May 15 edition by Greg Johnson and Megan McArdle. Hallelujah! Gov. Gordon is ending the supplemental jobless benefits! Kick those deadbeats off the couch! Turn off Netflix! Vacation’s over!
I could not be more proud of the courageous stand Superintendent of Public Instruction Jillian Balow took in defying the introduction of the 1619 Project and Critical Race Theory in Wyoming schools.
I would like to take this opportunity to express my appreciation for the very generous donations that people made for the crochet class (“Crooks with Hooks”) that I am teaching here at Wyoming Women’s Center.
Living in Wyoming we often have trouble understanding on a gut level why some things are the way they are because we live in relatively small communities and wide-open spaces. Unfortunately two-thirds (197.4 million people) of the United States live within 100 miles of a U.S. border in a rel…
Mr. Johnson suggested that the action of the Legislature in not solving the school deficit was an act of insanity. Though I had high hopes that we would work towards a solution to this issue this session I must disagree with his diagnosis.
I write today to offer my opinion on recent legislation before Congress. H.R. 1, legislation monikered deceptively as the “For The People Act,” sets a dangerous precedent for the usurpation of state sovereignty. I posit that its name is misleading because it does not seek to protect our elec…
For countless leaders the world over, the time that passed between March 2020 and May 2021 will be remembered as frustrating, exhausting, and complicated. For 40 lucky Wyomingites, however, the past year has been marked by new experiences and wonderful people.
It’s election season in the Wyoming Republican Party and all across the state liberals, who for many years successfully exploited the Republican brand in order to get their left-wing cronies elected to public office, are in a collective temper tantrum over the successful grassroots effort wh…
We hear a lot about groups (setup by statisticians) that are reluctant to take any COVID-19 vaccination. We hear “not high enough effectiveness,” “it is all just a political game,” or “not sure where to get a vaccination.” The list goes on and on.
Once again our Republican leaders choose to whine about the unfairness of everything they disagree with. Sen. Barrasso had an interview Sunday morning with George Stephanopoulos where he whined about the latest COVID relief package.
On Feb. 27, we had a fire at our house and I would like to publicly express my gratitude to the Campbell County Fire Department, 911 Operator, police and medical personal for their rapid response to my emergency.
House Bill 124 is a golden opportunity for those of us that love the Second Amendment. It’s titled “The second Amendment Preservation Act.” It’s lengthy, but well worth reading.
Racism is a hot topic particularly with the Jan. 6 activity in Washington, D.C., and the raising of flags related to the illegal militias now in the picture and discussion (to be polite). At age 80, I have had to think about these things as I have children, grandchildren and great-grandchild…
I’m disappointed to see some of our state legislators focused on repealing net metering and damaging our solar industry. Many people who choose to install solar do it because it’s a good investment: It pays for itself and increases property values.
For 40 years, I believed I was a citizen of Wyoming; a state of proud, honest and independent people. But lately, it seems I have become a (very) minor character in a reality show about a deranged real estate mogul from New York City trying to overthrow our government. What happened?
As stated in the News-Record Saturday edition on the story about the future of our Close to Home Hospice House, “what will be the direction for the future of Close to Home?”
I have been reading your very real concerns in Gillette about the demise of coal. I want you to know there is hope but you will have to organize and strongly push your local, state and federal politicians to address the issue.