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Cliff Millard / Rivertpon
Nov 12, 2021

Editor: I don't know about the new unemployment reports saying we have only 2.8 percent unemployed here in Fremont County. What I see around here, and what ...

Marjane Ambler / Atlanctic City
Nov 7, 2021

Editor: Give me liberty, and give my neighbor death? I appreciated Steve Peck's editorial Oct. 24 saying "If the COVID pandemic were measles, car wrecks or ...

Mike and Jackie Lance Laramie
Oct 8, 2021

Editor: After reading the article about Troy Bray sending Wyoming State Sen. Tara Nethercott the repulsive and unprofessional e-mail, we would like to thank ...


Curtis Barker / Riverton
Oct 6, 2021

Editor: Maybe IR00;am simply out of step, but I wondered if anyone else feels the same way IR00;do about the fact that there were no programs at the Riverton ...

Ron Roche / Riverton
Oct 5, 2021

Editor: In response to Mick Pryor's letter to the editor about the Fremont County Commission not approving funding from the new half-percent tax for the ...

Chuck Starks / Riverton
Sep 28, 2021

Editor: I want to thank the Riverton Volunteer Fire Department, the Fremont County Sheriff's Department, Riverton Police Department, Frontier Ambulance ...


Sam Lockwood, Lander
Aug 20, 2021

Editor: If any Ranger readers are looking for a way to help out mule deer in Wyoming, and spend some time outdoors in a great location, then here's a great ...

Joanna Harter / Lander
Aug 15, 2021

Editor: I am writing in response to an editorial that told Wyomingites to watch New York City's mayoral primary to learn what might happen in Wyoming with ...

Mike Hannah / Riverton
Jul 13, 2021

Editor: When the City of Riverton's council was discussing if fireworks should be legal in the city limits, the group talking all listed several reasons why ...


Allen D. Barkley / Lander
Jun 17, 2021

Editor: I want to thank Betty Starks Case for hitting the nail on the head in a recent column. For years the student loan program has been one of my pet ...

Henry Dodge / Riverton
Jun 16, 2021

Editor: IR00;know this is still a little ways off, but IR00;would like to suggest that fireworks not be allowed in the Riverton city limits this Fourth of ...

Marc Mercks / Riverton
May 11, 2021

Editor: By the time this is written and printed, the question of Liz Cheney in her leadership position might be decided. But IR00;just want to question if ...


Andrea Iden / New York, N.Y.
May 7, 2021

Editor: What happened in our community April 25 should not be overlooked. The Fremont County School District 25 superintendent was caught willfully driving ...

Korin Schmidt and Sara Serelson / Cheyenne
May 5, 2021

Editor: When a child's life is lost, it is a tragedy beyond comprehension. Even one child death is too many, but everyone can play a role in preventing these ...

Eliza Grooms / Riverton
May 4, 2021

Editor: I don't know if people ever will be required to have the COVID-19 vaccine, but if they don't get, I think they should tell the people they interact ...


Geoffrey Kraler / Riverton
Apr 30, 2021

In an editorial on funding for K-12 public education, Mr. Peck wrote "By hyping the K-12 fiscal crisis but failing to act on it, our Legislature invites ...

Wayne Dick / Riverton
Apr 28, 2021

Editor: It was with interest that I read Chesie Lee's letter in the April 4 Ranger regarding our county. I do not remember the article on poverty mentioned, ...

Art Finnerty / Riverton
Apr 23, 2021

Editor: I want to thank The Ranger for putting the good, basic information about the COVID vaccines on the front page of the paper every day. I became ...


Barb Fayette / Riverton
Apr 9, 2021

Editor: I write to thank Clair McFarland for her most fun column about candy hidden from her by "The Husband." I have a similar story, even stranger. My ...

Phillip Esswood / Riverton
Apr 8, 2021

Editor: Main Street in Riverton (downtown) is being repaved again. Already? It has been 17 years, but at the time in 2004 I remember being told that would a ...

Renee Way / Riverton
Apr 6, 2021

Editor: Since our lawmakers in Cheyenne are so afraid of backlash on the ballot if they pass any kind of tax increase, our public schools get the shaft. It ...


Wayne Dick / Riverton
Mar 30, 2021

Editor: Regarding law enforcement and House Bill 124, law enforcement would naturally be against this bill as it would bring the law back around to a person ...

Roger and Barbara Gose / Riverton
Mar 9, 2021

Editor: Good news from our Riverton Medical District. Pledges keep coming in, corporate funding is increasing, and we are ever so near the finish line.Our ...

Laurence Horne / Riverton
Feb 24, 2021

Editor: Responding to Mr. Scheidemantel of WYDOT (Feb. 14 Ranger), who apparently is proud of building a traffic hazard at South First and Main in the ...


Darlene Dahlin / Riverton
Feb 19, 2021

Editor: In response to a letter to the editor published Feb. 9, I would like to point out that our congressional representatives are sent to Washington to ...

Tammy Eersfeld / Riverton
Feb 17, 2021

Editor: I am thankful that we now can have more people at our school sports events. Attending these activities is something I enjoy as part of living ...

Geri Maria Johnson / Cheyenne
Feb 16, 2021

Editor: Had e-doggone-nough of it on budget cutting? Bewildered by the whole mess? I want to know how the operation works. Gov. Gordon, let's start with ...


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