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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 ...


Barb Rogers
Jan 17, 2019

Editor: I loved, loved, loved the photos on the front page of The Ranger dated Thursday, Dec. 27. At first glance, IR00;thought I was viewing a cathedral in ...

Darlene N. Havens, Riverton
Jan 16, 2019

Editor: To me, as the legislators do their work in Cheyenne this time, the absolute No. 1 priority for them should be making sure the school system has enough ...

June Marie Pace
Jan 9, 2019

Editor: Let me add my appreciation to the Christmas lighting tour published in the newspaper. In particular was the outstanding display of lighting set to ...


Glenda Shaughnessy
Jan 8, 2019

Editor: I always like reading about the top 10 news items of the year, and seeing the pictures, etc., for the new year. Looking through it this time I ...

Dan Wimp
Jan 2, 2019

Editor: If Donald Trump wants a border wall so bad, then tell him to pay for it. We need a Costco store in Riverton. We have enough lumber yards, bars and ...

Sgt. Jeremy Beck, Wyoming Highway Patrol, Cheyenne
Dec 27, 2018

Editor: During the holidays, more motorists will be on the roads traveling to visit family and friends, making it even more important for drivers to pay ...


JoAnn Caponi, Riverton
Dec 26, 2018

Editor: I thank The Ranger for continuing the tradition at Christmas by printing up all the letters to Santa Claus. I was in the newspaper office one year ...

Byron Betley, Riverton
Dec 21, 2018

Editor: I would rather that the City of Riverton spend the money for free Internet in City Park on something else, maybe skating rink or fixing all the broken ...

Laura Ladd, Cheyenne
Dec 20, 2018

Editor: It has been 10 years since retired members of the Wyomin Retirement System (excluding members of Paid Firefighter Plan A) were awarded a cost of ...


Walter V. Adrian, Riverton
Dec 19, 2018

Editor: I could hardly believe my eyes when IR00;saw Maverick stores wanted to put in liquor at the West Main convenience store in Riverton. The old store ...

Craig Bromley, Lander
Dec 19, 2018

Editor: A prediction for the future, using Trump's foreign policy: Every so often, a North Korean secret intelligence unit is tasked with devising a plan - to ...

Joyce Haddix, Lander
Dec 16, 2018

Editor: All the while as the ceremonies and remembrances of the late President Bush were bing conducted, the comparison between what we had then and what we ...


John Griffith, Riverton
Dec 14, 2018

Editor: As I live-streamed the grand entry of Riverton High School's first-ever powwow on Nov. 29, I realized that moment was one of the highlights of my ...

Dannette Woodling, Riverton
Dec 12, 2018

Editor: This is a comment on the driver killed in the two-car accident on Nov. 9. The report found he had high blood alcohol and also cannabis in his ...

Gayle Melvin, Riverton
Dec 11, 2018

Editor: Interesting editorial on Nov. 28 about somebody from Wyoming being Speaker of the House or the majority leader of the Senate. I see it happening for ...


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