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Steve Molly, Riverton
Jul 26, 2017

Editor: Every year someone brings this up, so I guess this year it is my turn. I really do like the downtown street cruise during Riverton Rendezvous, but it ...

Jim Myree, Riverton
Jul 25, 2017

Editor: We weren't able to get to the balloon rally flight on the Saturday launch, July 15, so we went up the next morning. But the balloons didn't fly. To ...

Lois Wingerson, Dubois
Jul 23, 2017

Editor: The article about Wind River Visitors Council budgeting was largely correct. However, as a Dubois representative to the WRVC and a member of the ...


Darryl Niebers, Riverton
Jul 21, 2017

Editor: One improvement I noticed this year at the Friday Night Cruise on Main Street was there were more food-sales booths set up along the way. This seems ...

Renee Gamino, Cheyenne
Jul 21, 2017

Editor: When it comes to pre-existing health conditions, there is no such thing as the good ol' days. As the Wyoming director of AARP, I know we cannot ...

Kyle Lehto, Riverton
Jul 20, 2017

Editor: This letter is intended to add clarification to the ongoing discussion about the current use of the 1 percent optional sales tax and the possibly of ...


Ron Warpness, Riverton
Jul 19, 2017

Editor: In the poem by John Greenleaf Whittier, "Maud Miller" (1856), there is a line that goes, "For all the sad words of tongue or pen, the saddest are ...

Joan Youngs, Riverton
Jul 18, 2017

Editor: I am writing to say "thank you" to the powers that be who decided to move the summer band concerts back to Riverton City Park this year. The try-out ...

Christopher Verdici, Riverton
Jul 16, 2017

Editor: I do not like the way the county treasurer is trying to hijack the government with closing the Riverton office, which means the clerk's office has to ...


Mark Gordon, State Treasurer, Cheyenne
Jul 14, 2017

Editor: June 30 was the end of the fiscal year for the State of Wyoming. Unhappily, loans the state gave herself which were supposed to be paid off won't be. ...

Sam Shumway, Cheyenne
Jul 13, 2017

Editor: As members of the Congress return to session this week, AARP Wyoming is calling on U.S. Sens. Mike Enzi and John Barrasso to vote no on the Senate's ...

Ray Good, Riverton
Jul 12, 2017

Editor: At 7 a.m. Thursday, June 29, Riverton Valley Irrigation District opened the canal head gates on the Wind River for the first time since flooding ...


John A. Boesch Jr., Riverton
Jul 11, 2017

Editor: My opinion: We have a huge federal financial debt, and Wyoming is experiencing a shortfall because of cowardly people elected to office, state and ...

John Enos, Fort Washakie
Jul 9, 2017

Editor: After reading the articles on the land North of the Wind River being rich in natural resources: The Shoshone and Arapaho tribes own oil and gas fields ...

Daniel Lee Harris, Torrington
Jul 7, 2017

Editor: I seem to be confused. Did the Wyoming Department of Corrections just give another $5 million to Corrections Corporation of America, for a total of ...


John R. Vincent, Riverton
Jul 6, 2017

Editor: Recently, Dr. Roger Gose wrote a letter that was published in The Ranger. In his letter, Dr. Gose bravely pointed out the deficiencies surrounding the ...

Billie Fohlsom, Riverton
Jul 6, 2017

Editor: The famous eclipse of the sun is coming up in just a little more than a month, and I have talked to people who worry that it will be cloudy here, even ...

Joe McKethen, Riverton
Jul 2, 2017

Editor: First, after listening to so much rhetoric about the Electoral College after the 2016 presidential election, I decided to research the history of the ...


Cindy Keinert, Sahuarita, Arizona
Jun 30, 2017

Editor: I attended to youth dance recital on June 9 and was astounded by the length of the program, especially taking into consideration that there are 3- and ...

Joseph L. Vakarich, Riverton
Jun 29, 2017

Editor: In your annual edition on Wyoming energy (June 14), I found the story on the huge Chokecherry wind farm very interesting. People talk about the ...

Andy Eckart, Lander
Jun 28, 2017

Editor: There are many ways to contribute to the mission ofWind River Farm to Plate. One of those is through helping us fulfill our commitment to volunteer ...


Tamara Hauling, Riverton
Jun 27, 2017

Editor: Well, I see the county is now cutting anther $70,000 from the libraries, which already are running on a shoestring. We've already made the ambulance ...

Gary Blackwelder, Lander
Jun 25, 2017

Editor: To our U.S. Senators Enzi and Barasso, as your constituent, I have several questions about the new health care plan the Senate spent so long ...

Steve Willow, Inmate at the Fremont County Detention Center
Jun 23, 2017

Editor: With all the flooding and trees down on the road way out, why doesn't the city and county call on a crew from the county jail? I've done work as an ...


Susan Simpson, Laramie
Jun 21, 2017

Editor: The League of Women Voters of Wyoming is urging U.S. Sens. Michael Enzi and John Barrasso to use their roles on the U.S. Senate's working group on ...

Roger L. Gose, Riverton
Jun 20, 2017

Editor: The following was sent June 15 to both Sen. Enzi and Sen. Barrasso. I write this from the perspective of a retired physician, having practiced ...

Sandra Bernati, Riverton
Jun 16, 2017

Editor: In reference to the editorial about the 2017 high school class mottoes, I was struck by the first one, which reads "Live the life you have imagined," ...


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