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Jerry Humphries, Riverton
Jul 2, 2020

Editor: Well, those lower gas pries wer nice while we had them. Toward the beginning of spring, overnight, one the Riverton gasoline tycoons lowered the price ...

Marilu Duncan, Riverton
Jun 25, 2020

Editor: In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic and the political partisan behaviors that seem to be growing among Americans, there are important facts to ...

Tim Troutman, Riverton
Jun 24, 2020

Editor: Since 1959, Wyoming typically has been in the top five in the nation per capita population involving lightning injuries and fatalities. Advance ...


Dan Nordberg / Denver
Jun 19, 2020

Editor: Less than three months ago, the CARES Act established the new $349 billion Paycheck Protection Program. The mission: to keep people on payroll, ...

Kyle E. Sidney/Riverton
Jun 18, 2020

In response to state legislator Miller's letter about killing "the golden goose" through regulation, I say that is short-sighted. Of course, he made money from ...

Ardyth Vilos / Riverton
Jun 16, 2020

Editor: To Mr. Obermueller, who wrote that COVIDR00;relief money from the federal government should be give to oil companies to celan up "Orpah wells," this ...


Pete Obermueller / Casper
Jun 3, 2020

Editor: I'm president of the Petroleum Association of Wyoming. At the June 1 session of the Joint Interim Minerals, Business and Economic Development ...

Fred Nelson / Riverton
May 26, 2020

Editor: In the May 10 edition of The Ranger, columnist Bill Sniffin asked a question: "So, what will you remember about the pandemic of 2020?" What I will ...

Susan Tucker / Riverton
May 21, 2020

Editor: This is in response to your Mothers Day editorial on Sunday, May 10. I thank you for such a great idea on interviewing our mom. Randy and I arrived ...


Connie Perkins / Riverton
May 20, 2020

Positive yard signs by UW 'meaningful' to citizens Editor: I want to thank the University of Wyoming for making the yard signs available with the ...

Michelle Kretzer / Norfolk, Va.
May 19, 2020

Editor The Wyoming Game and Fish Department killing a bear (May 8 news reports) just because humans didn't want him there is nothing to celebrate. Humans ...

State Rep. David Miller / Riverton
May 13, 2020

Editor: Forty years of service economy is now showing its ugly face. So much for flipping hamburgers and selling insurance and financial services to each ...


Jenn Schultze / Buffalo
May 12, 2020

Editor: The school year isn't ending the way many of us expected. Across Wyoming traditional, in-person schools have closed their doors to stop the spread of ...

Mayr Rich Bard / Riverton and 3 other Fremont County mayors
May 8, 2020

Editor: As mayors from Fremont County, we find ourselves in a difficult position. We believe that the coronavirus is serious and we should give it all of our ...

Dr. Brad Tydnall / Central Wyoming College
May 5, 2020

Editor: We community college presidents have a message for our students: Finish strong. With the coronavirus outbreak, we have all had to adapt to new ways ...


Kathy Saltsgaver / Riverton
Apr 29, 2020

Editor: I personally did not attend the celebration for the Riverton High School Seniors at the turf field, I wish I could have. The community support and ...

Wilma Cyrus / Riverton
Apr 28, 2020

Editor: I thank everyone around town who is wearing a mask and doing "social distancing" to help keep the community as healthy as possible. We all must do ...


Mike Wald / Lincoln, Nebraska
Apr 23, 2020

Editor: A friend in Riverton directed me to Randy Tucker's sports column in The Ranger from April 7, concerning "age gaps loomed large when younger barely ...

Sam Shumway / Cheyenne
Apr 17, 2020

Editor: Even in the best of times, social isolation is a significant problem. In Wyoming, 55,000 people over the age of 50 live alone and are at higher risk ...

Sandra Lodge / Riverton
Apr 16, 2020

Editor: I have this question about stores and keeping our "social distance" so the coronavirus does not spread: Pharmacies allow you to come in a get your ...


Kathy Luzmoor / Green River
Apr 9, 2020

Editor: As the President of the Wyoming Nurses Association, I'd like to recognize and give thanks to all involved in the fight of COVID-19 in Wyoming. The ...

LeAnn Woessner / Riverton
Apr 7, 2020

Editor: I like Clair McFarland's column most of the time, but she is dead wrong to compare the "risks" of regular life like going to the store or going ...

Rob Shaul / Hoback
Apr 2, 2020

Editor: Last month, the Wyoming Wildlife Federation betrayed resident hunters and threw in with the Wyoming Outfitter Industry to oppose SF0094, a bill which ...


Rob Shaul / Hoback
Apr 2, 2020

Editor: Last month, the Wyoming Wildlife Federation betrayed resident hunters and threw in with the Wyoming Outfitter Industry to oppose SF0094, a bill which ...

Roger Gose / Riverton
Apr 1, 2020

Editor: This letter is written at a time when Fremont County has become the epicenter of COVID- 19 in Wyoming. As a longtime physician, I would strongly ...

Hnery (C.J.) Heenan / Riverton
Mar 31, 2020

Editor: As far as the Arapaho Tribe seeking money from the casino to pay other tribal bills (March 22 Ranger), the entire public, not just the tribe members, ...


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