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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.

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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…

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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.

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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?

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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?”

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I urge all to read HB-0037. Here is a part of a road usage tax being introduced into our Wyoming Legislature.

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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.

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Jan. 20, 2021 begins a new era in America. I know that there are a whole lot of people in Wyoming and across the country who looked on this day as the beginning of the end just as there were a lot of people who had the same feelings four years ago.

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To our delight, and having patiently waited for months, the COVID-19 vaccinations for senior citizens over 70 years of age were scheduled for distribution on Jan. 20 at the Campbell County Senior Center.

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I have been reflecting on a new year and the sadness of last year. New Year brings hope and I enjoyed reading about the Ten Who Made a Difference. Thanks to the News Record for recognizing them.

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America is still the greatest nation in the world and God has loved and blessed this country for a long time. But if we are going to survive, we need to protect ourselves from the hatred, greed and power of an elite few. That is why it is so important to follow the wisdom of our forefathers …

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I’ve tried to share how I feel about the US Capital’s invasion on Jan. 6. I attempted to write a fact-based narrative to try to understand others’ viewpoints, to empathize. I do know that we each have different lives and beliefs.

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This resident is ANGRY! I turned on the TV to watch the process of counting the electoral votes because I wanted to understand more about the process of how our government works, in particular the Electoral College. I was watching the coverage of the voting when something went horribly wrong…

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“We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constituti…

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There are good people all around. Some of these people we have known for years and some people you meet later in life when you need them. Currently I am experiencing a hard time in my life. To add to that my car is broken and needs to be fixed. While speaking with a young lady at the dealers…

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Mr. Gerard's letter about the "anti-Republican agenda" leaves this reader wondering just who all these evil lawmakers could be.

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In any deal between President Biden and North Korea or Iran, they must be required to allow us immediate access to any location suspected of housing forbidden materials. If not, they will be able to move those materials elsewhere while we are still waiting to enter the first site.

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Campbell County Commissioner Bob Maul stated to me that if Joe Biden does become the 46th president of the United States, we will all be wearing masks. This statement tells me that Bob Maul will not stand up for the freedoms of Campbell County citizens.

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Sometimes we need to stop and think about what is behind the businesses and organizations we deal with. That is sort of what winter months are for. For example:

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The past year has demonstrated just how dysfunctional we have become as a society. The total hypocrisy of the Republican Party is appalling. They have always said the most important thing is states’ rights, no federal interference in state government. Then first thing they do when their dear…

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My dog is in need of a veterinarian. I called every vet in town to see if any enforced masks. I was told by all that it was mandatory for staff, but not for customers.

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Last week’s cartoon showed a “Democrat” with a spiked baseball bat supposedly making nice after the Biden/Harris victory. What is the purpose of this deliberately false portrayal?

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Wear a mask when inside businesses, whether or not locations have posted the requirement, and inside areas with groups of people.

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Hitting an animal while driving can be traumatic and expensive. Last January, I hit a mule deer and totaled my car. The animal did not survive, however, I was glad no one else was hurt. In the end, I had to tow my vehicle, rent a hotel room, and rent a car for a month.

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January 2021 will mark the Wyoming Cowboy Challenge Academy’s 15th year as part of the Wyoming community and it might be its last thanks to the state’s ongoing budget struggles.

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I know this will bring lots of angst, however I must say this: I am glad that out in public Gillette folks are not wearing masks.

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As we endure the long days until Donald Trump — kicking and screaming — leaves office, I predict right-wing talking heads will ballyhoo ad nauseam the narrative that Joe Biden seeks to create a socialist America.

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I wanted to take a moment out of the craziness we all live in to say thank you. Thank you to the staff at Legacy Living that take such great care of my mom, Katie Palmer. I can not begin to fathom how difficult it is to handle residents, families, friends and administrators in the time of a …

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Hunting, fishing and trapping are accepted activities — sports, if you will — in Wyoming. That fact was, is, and will forever be, by constitutional mandate in Wyoming.

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