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William J. Horace, Riverton
Mar 21, 2019

Editor: Steve Peck's column about the owl in his yard was enjoyable. One thing I would offer is about the statement that the owls might have nested already. ...

Roberta Verner, Riverton
Mar 20, 2019

Editor: I do appreciate the news coverage you gave to the local Road to Recovery service. It has been up and going for a full year now. A dear, dear friend ...

Toni Brock, Riverton
Mar 19, 2019

Editor: I was glad to see the coverage on the state speech and debate meet on the front page. It belonged there. (I recall, IR00;believe, that the editor's ...


Robert Orendorff, Riverton
Mar 15, 2019

Editor: Last month I took two trips to Casper for medical reasons. I noticed that gasoline price in Casper was $2.09 per gallon, while in Riverton the price ...

Dave Drinda, Riverton
Mar 14, 2019

Editor: Put me down as in favor of the businesswoman who is buying the corner lot in downtown Riverton so she can build a bigger shop there. That corner ...

State Sen. Drew Perkins, R-Casper
Mar 13, 2019

Editor: The Wyoming Senate is a wonderful institution entrusted with crafting the laws of this state through the informed and civil exchange of ideas. The ...


Bob Harttenmund, Riverton
Mar 12, 2019

Editor: I agree that nobody likes paying so much for gasoline when we see it lower in other places, but unless you are talking about some kind of forced price ...

Bryce Percy, Lander
Mar 10, 2019

Editor: As a Lander resident, I know all about legalized fireworks in town on the Fourth of July, which is what we have here. IR00;see that Riverton is ...

Joanne Jeffres, Riverton
Mar 8, 2019

Editor: Our community needs to know that our local hospital(s) is alive and working very hard to provide us with the care we need when we have a health issue ...


Heather Christensen, Riverton
Mar 7, 2019

Editor: I have long felt that the fuel and gasoline distributors/retailers in Fremont County have enjoyed a higher return on their product than many other ...

Mary Thurlough, Riverton
Mar 5, 2019

Editor: City council, please, please, please, don't change local law to allow fireworks to be set off in town in Riverton. It is bad enough already with the ...

Carrie Voyles, Riverton
Feb 27, 2019

Editor: Following up on Mr. Peck's editorial of Feb. 7, "Concern vs. expertise," he is right to point out that just because Wyoming legislators are ...


Kent Moss, Riverton
Feb 24, 2019

Editor: As to the City of Riverton's ordinance allowing shipping containers to be used for storage in residential areas, I say it's about time. I can't think ...

Cora Fox, Lyons, Nebraska
Feb 22, 2019

Editor: Across rural America, small businesses are the heart of main street. From local coffee shops to the hardware store, these businesses employ local ...

Tom Gagnon, Rock Springs
Feb 20, 2019

Editor: In 2005, there was a Rainbow Family of Living Light gathering of 7,000 people, in the Wind River Mountains. I attended for a few days and met the ...


William Parkwell, Riverton
Feb 19, 2019

Editor: What is it with kids and working nowadays? When I was a kid, up to age almost 14, I had a paper route two different times. It's not that hard, if ...

William E. Mallin, Riverton
Feb 15, 2019

Editor: I am sure that the investigation done by local police and officials about the shooting in the street on Jan. 10 will rule the shooting was justified ...

Cindy Weismiller, Riverton
Feb 12, 2019

Editor: I read about the death of the 15-hear-old boy from Fort Washakie, who froze to death and had an alcohol BAC of .273. The limit for drunk driving is ...


Mary Howard, Riverton
Feb 8, 2019

Editor: Wyoming has always been a state founded on independent, hard working people. Our ancestors were pioneers and natives who came together and fought ...

Kurt Soltway
Feb 5, 2019

Editor: It must get tiresome when the hospital project organizers have to explain everything from the beginning every time there is a new meeting. I am ...

Carol Timple
Jan 31, 2019

Editor: I can comment from a personal point of view on the ability for change party registration at the election polls for the primary. I did that this ...


Martin Randell, Riverton
Jan 30, 2019

Editor: I found the recent comment in the newspaper about the State of the Union Address interesting. I will say that I don't always watch it, and I know ...

Rob Shaul, Jackson
Jan 25, 2019

Nevada, New Mexico, Montana, Idaho, Colorado and Utah allot just 10 percent of their bighorn sheep tags to non-resident hungers. Why is Wyoming so liberal with ...

Michael McLanden, Riverton
Jan 23, 2019

Editor: As much traveling by air as people in our family do, we look at it just like we do the highways. I do not mind one bit the plan of giving some city ...


Kim Wynrich
Jan 22, 2019

Editor: The opioid crisis in our state and country is very real. I am reading and watching how our state officials and doctors are trying to handle it. ...

Kim Wynrich, Riverton
Jan 22, 2019

Editor: The opioid crisis in our state and country is very real. I am reading and watching how our state officials and doctors are trying to handle it. ...

Cody Smith / Lyons, Neb.
Jan 18, 2019

Editor: Rural communities are increasingly depending on hi-speed internet to complete an education and talk to their doctors. Meanwhile, connecting to ...


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