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Cory Makeshine / Lander
Jun 13, 2019

Editor: It seems like it's a pain to get an answer. Ask a question, become a figure of neglect. Put forth the effort in getting a problem correct. A hostage ...

Mary Sue shoup / riverton
Jun 12, 2019

Editor: What is our country coming to? I read about shootings, people being beaten up, destruction of property, seems like anything and everything is ...

Clay Trawley / Riverton
Jun 11, 2019

Editor: The headline "Four traffic deaths since April 1 in county" has a pretty obvious explanation. I suggest that anyone should just stand on the street ...


Ellen Morghany / Lander
Jun 9, 2019

Editor: I have been shocked this spring to read about the deaths in car crashes of three teen-agers in this county. One was alcohol-involved. We don't know ...

Joe McKethen / Riverton
Jun 7, 2019

Editor: For far too long the president and the House of Representatives, as well as some in the Senate, have been bickering, causing our elected advocates to ...

Chesie Lee / Riverton
Jun 5, 2019

Editor: Wyoming has a long history of coal mining, stretching back through the last century. With that past mining comes a great deal of reclamation work to ...


Linett Julesberg / Riverton
Jun 4, 2019

Editor: I agree with the person who wrote about dandelions. We are bing invaded this year. I guess all that rain heped, and we couldn't mow or spray because ...

Karen Shear / Riverton
May 30, 2019

Editor: Imagine this scenario: When America was attacked by a hostile foreign adversary on 9/11/2001, which killed thousands of Americans and affected ...

Ron Warpness / Riverton
May 29, 2019

Editor: I read with interest the letter by Mr. Ed Koncel from Laramie regarding 'net-metering'. Normally this is not something that would pique my interest, ...


Rose Litzfeld / Riverton
May 28, 2019

Editor: I attended part of the hearing for the Moneta Divide natural gas field on May 20 (Central Wyoming College). Mr. Peck wrote about the polite attitude ...

Rusty Saltsgaver / Riverton
May 23, 2019

The Federal Boulevard project is again under way. When the project ends, I believe we will have a great-looking Federal Boulevard. As we all know, we will have ...

Peg Cumber / Riverton
May 22, 2019

Editor: I am following along with the news of alleged threats of violence at Riverton High School. They are based on social media messages between students. ...


Mary Ann Jones / Lander
May 19, 2019

Editor: An open letter to Sen. Enzi, Sen. Barrasso and Rep. Cheney: I am sure that I am not the only person who has been greatly disappointed in the apparent ...

Ed Koncel / Laramie
May 16, 2019

Editor: During interim meetings of the Wyoming Legislature's Corporations, Elections and Political Subdivisions committee, the net-metering cap will be ...

Frances Egan / Riverton
May 15, 2019

Editor: In the May 7 Ranger, Fremont County Commissioner Jennifer McCarty of Lander, in talking about reopening county service offices in Riverton, was ...


Todd Breton / Riverton
May 14, 2019

Editor: On the Tonkin Activities Center, which once was the Riverton High School, we are getting jerked around in all directions by the State of Wyoming. I ...

Lyle B. Gorman / Riverton
May 8, 2019

Editor: Regarding Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, Donald Trump and other senior citizens running for president, the Constitution of the United States puts a ...

Nancy Pharetta / Riverton
May 7, 2019

Editor: Are we really to the point that we need to start killing deer in the city limits of Riverton? That is what the new mayor and city council think. I ...


Duane Schroy / Riverton
May 3, 2019

Editor: The best thing a new stop light where Major Ave. crosses West Main would do is slow down the cars. People are driving too fast in both directions. ...

Sam Shumway, Cheyenne
May 2, 2019

Editor: Wyoming retirees are no strangers to the world of caregiving. Many raised their own children, and today a large number provide unpaid care to family ...

Cathleen Lundy / Riverton
May 1, 2019

Editor: What a waste it is that our old school buildings and facilities just get abandoned and torn down because someone has decided they are obsolete. I ...


Deborah Fortsch / Riverton
Apr 30, 2019

Editor: I appreciated Mr. Peck's editorial commentary about shoplifting. It is a major problem here. As bad as shoplifting statistics are nationwide, I ...

Brian McLeish / Lander
Apr 28, 2019

Editor: IR00;guess IR00;can agree to a point with Randy Tucker in his column from March 31 when he longs for the good old days of network TV, but there is so ...

Dan Heymel / Riverton
Apr 24, 2019

Editor: Randy Tucker wrote about the old high school track Meet of Champions. I remember it very well (but, no, IR00;never ran in it). It was held the week ...


Gretchen Dell / Riverton
Apr 23, 2019

Editor: I want to say thank you for printing the list of all the Easter church services. It isn't because IR00;was looking for a place to go I have a ...

Adam Vanek / Irving, Texas
Apr 18, 2019

Editor: This year for Crime Victims Rights Week (April 7-13), in my capacity as Mothers Against Drunk Driving chief executive officer, I sent an open letter ...

Marlin Grissom
Apr 17, 2019

Editor: Here is what I take away from the University of Wyoming president getting fired. The UW board of trustees must be a bunch of prima donnas who are ...


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