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Beginning Wed., Oct. 25, The Ranger will reinstate our subscription program for our digital-only customers. (The online Ranger will continue to be provided free as an added service to all Ranger print subscribers). We hope you will continue to enjoy Fremont County's best journalism in print and also online, all day, every day!


Story category: Opinion

By Clair McFarland
Aug 10, 2017

She finished last in market years ago, but there was much more to her experience than that. You'll have to forgive me if I reminisce too much. My ...

By Steven R. Peck, Publisher
Aug 10, 2017

Details on the Moneta Divide gas project appeared recently in a public notice ad When you are curious about detail developments in the news, ...

By Steven R. Peck, Publisher
Aug 9, 2017

'Fire and fury' threats on North Korea don't make Kim Jong Un look crazy, they make him look right Immediately after Donald Trump threatened Tuesday ...


By Steven R. Peck, Publisher
Aug 8, 2017

No rush The calendar still says early August. Strictly speaking, we have only just passed the official halfway point of summer. Still, the weather the ...

By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Aug 6, 2017

Rodeo cowboys have body types matching their jobs, just as other sports do. Watch a baseball team warm up. The kids who seem to walk with so much ...

By Steven R. Peck, Publisher
Aug 6, 2017

Continuing acrimony at the courthouse not likely to impress voters in 2018 Tuesday's confrontation in the Fremont County Commission chambers between ...


By Robert H. Peck, Staff Writer
Aug 4, 2017

Saturday brings the Fremont County Fair's annual ice cream making contest, traditionally judged by the staff of this newspaper. I am driving back from Iowa to ...

By Steven R. Peck, Publisher
Aug 4, 2017

The exhibits at the county fair are showcases of human effort If you're looking for a mathematical brain teaser (and who isn't?), this might suffice: ...

By Betty Starks Case
Aug 3, 2017

Does it matter how we communicate? Or attempt to communicate? Do words really have meaning? If not, what are they for? I just received a new magazine issue ...


By Steven R. Peck, Publisher
Aug 3, 2017

The old TV show provided a notable model for White House chiefs of staff "The West Wing" was a popular, critically acclaimed, very smart and acutely ...

By Steven R. Peck, Publisher
Aug 2, 2017

In appealing the reservation border case, the tribes have hired a top-dollar legal team In their continuing effort to find a federal court that will ...

By Steven R. Peck, Publisher
Aug 1, 2017

A cool parade The dominant weather characteristic of the Fremont County Fair through the years can be summed up in one word: hot. No surprise there. ...


By Steven R. Peck, Publisher
Jul 30, 2017

Our county fair relies on those things more than big budgets and showy entertainment The Fremont County Fair was not spared the budget pressures that ...

By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Jul 30, 2017

q They don't have much to do with new-car smells and cable-TV talking heads. "Blazing Saddles" came out 43 years ago this summer. I watched it for the first ...

By Robert H. Peck, Staff Writer
Jul 28, 2017

Hot peppers and I have a hate-love relationship. No, not quite a love-hate relationship, with both parties alternatively disliking and liking each other ...


By Steven R. Peck, Publisher
Jul 28, 2017

The decision is region-wide and may well have nothing to do with our center at all Wind River Job Corps recently has instituted a "closed campus" ...

By Clair McFarland
Jul 27, 2017

I've reached a truce with a menacing ash in my yard. The tree in front of my home is a villain. I know it to be so because I have often lamented ...

By Steven R. Peck, Publisher
Jul 27, 2017

Riverton has its police chief but still seeks a permanent city administrator The City of Riverton made a sensible decision in moving to resolve one ...


By Steven R. Peck, Publisher
Jul 26, 2017

There's still time, and you can be part of our all-county showcase With the Fremont County Fair Parade just three days off, you might assume it's too ...

By Steven R. Peck, Publisher
Jul 25, 2017

Hazy days What's all the haze in the Wind River Basin? It's mid-summer, so it must be from a wildfire. We don't have any of those burning in our ...

By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Jul 23, 2017

Most of us are just a few poor decisions away from real trouble. There was a surprise early one morning by a section of gated pipe just below our ...


By Steven R. Peck, Publisher
Jul 23, 2017

The PAWS test is going away, and it won't be missed This month the results of the annual PAWS standardized test in Wyoming's schools are being ...

By Robert H. Peck, Staff Writer
Jul 21, 2017

Every lease my landlord offers has a one-week gap in the middle, during which I'm not allowed to live in my own apartment. My housing in Iowa is usually ...

By Steven R. Peck, Publisher
Jul 21, 2017

Starting next month, they will become our standard procedure Throughout our newspaper history, we have considered the death of a Fremont County ...


By Steven R. Peck, Publisher
Jul 20, 2017

Current methods of fixing Obamacare are failing, so why not try something different? From every indication, it appears that the effort in Congress ...

By Betty Starks Case
Jul 20, 2017

We survived the rare 75th wedding anniversary last weekend. What must be explained for readers who may not have shared the experience, is the ...

By Steven R. Peck, Publisher
Jul 19, 2017

Huge natural gas projects in the works predict Wyoming's energy economy will rebound Two big energy development plans, one in Fremont County and one ...


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