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Sam Shumway, Cheyenne
May 18, 2018

Editor: Change is never easy, but sometimes it is beneficial. Such is the case with Medicare's plan to issue new identification cards to the nation's 58 ...

From staff reports
May 17, 2018

Editor: Consider this: "When I was a boy, I was told that 'Anybody could become president.' You know, I'm beginning to believe it." That's a quote by a ...

Eunice Boehlke, Pavillion
May 15, 2018

Editor, I have been compelled to write this letter in support of the radio host's documented comments on the LGBT paintings on the walls of RHS. I heard ...


Barbara Gose, Riverton
May 11, 2018

Editor: My family has lived in Riverton since 1977. We love this community and its people. By now people in Riverton are certainly aware of the ...

Quinn Perry, Boise, Idaho
May 10, 2018

Editor: Even though I left Riverton as my home in 2007, I still check in on it now and then. My hometown, where the wind whispers familiar doubts and ...

Rance Gura, Riverton
Apr 29, 2018

Editor: In reading the editorial "Natural disasters can happen here," I remembered when I was a little boy, at least 60 years back, a terrible wind storm we ...


Frank Tanner, Riverton
Apr 27, 2018

Editor: It was most interesting read about the so-called "Code of the West," or "Cowboy Code," if you prefer. While I totally agree with most of the items ...

Tim Hancock, Riverton City Councilman Ward 3
Apr 26, 2018

Editor: I write this letter to clarify the efforts made by the City of Riverton in regard to the EPA decision and where the case is currently. The City of ...

Wayne Dick, Riverton
Apr 25, 2018

Editor: OK, the stand-your-ground bill has finally made it into law. But what do we actually have? What did we actually gain? The way it was written when ...


Bette Timmins, Riverton
Apr 24, 2018

Editor: About the "voting centers" it looks like we will be getting, from what I can tell it will not make much difference for most of the voters. By far, ...

Connie Sisti, Lander
Apr 22, 2018

Editor: The Yellowstone superintendent says he doesn't understand the "conservation fee" being considered for people paying to get into the park, but I wish ...

Patrick J. LeBrun, Fremont County Attorney Riverton
Apr 20, 2018

Editor: Recently, there has been significant concern expressed by members of the Riverton and surrounding community regarding the Wind River boundary ...


Shirley Benson, Riverton
Apr 19, 2018

Editor: I thank and applaud Ron Warpness for his comments on the Wind River Indian Reservation border issue. I have lived in Riverton practically my entire ...

Lynn Harclift, Riverton
Apr 18, 2018

Editor: On April 11, Mickey Fike of Shoshoni wrote: "Banning AR15s will do nothing to protect our kids from sick people. The only thing that can protect them ...

Marian Ringer, Riverton
Apr 17, 2018

Editor: Our trash usually is picked up out of our dumpster on Wednesday mornings, but last week the alley was blocked by our plumber's truck. He was doing ...


James W. Grove, Lander
Apr 15, 2018

Editor: I see the university isn't going to let the public see the board review of the president's job performance. I don't think Central Wyoming College or ...

Linda Olinger, Riverton
Apr 13, 2018

Editor: Concentrated financial in@258;uence in politics is a threat to American democracy. Wyoming Promise volunteers are working hard across the state to ...

Matt Wright, Riverton
Apr 12, 2018

Editor: As chairman of the Central Wyoming Skateboarding Association (CWSA) I want to give my personal and sincere thanks for your kind words in a recent ...


Micky Fike, Shoshoni
Apr 11, 2018

Editor: Banning AR15s will do nothing to protect our kids from sick people. The only thing that can protect them is to have someone in the schools to defend ...

Ronald Burta, Riverton
Apr 10, 2018

Editor: I would like to say to the Riverton City Council members that I am glad they are thinking of letting the skate park in Riverton City Park be lit up at ...

Ron Warpness, Riverton
Apr 6, 2018

Editor: At the risk of overstepping my position in the community, I am going to comment on an issue that was on the front page of The Ranger recently. I feel ...


Charles H. Starks, Dana and Nancy Richardson and others
Apr 5, 2018

Dear Editor: We believe when someone places postage on an envelope to be delivered to your mailing address, that is a contract with the U.S. Postal Service to ...

Dallas MacClendon, Riverton
Apr 4, 2018

Editor: I couldn't agree more with the need for better safety and security at the governor's house in Cheyenne. I was in the area several years ago and I ...

Mike Staehle, Riverton
Apr 3, 2018

Editor: Thinking about Mr. Forshee's letter March 23 on child labor laws, the idea of doing a full-scale investigation or prosecution because a teen-ager was ...


Kent Stockton, Riverton
Mar 30, 2018

Editor: Ron Howard's recent letter to the editor effectively outlines the feelings we all share about the maniacal mass shootings, not only at Marjorie ...

Angie Hensley, Riverton
Mar 29, 2018

I am writing in regards to your article about the accidental shooting of Levi King in the March 15 edition the Ranger. I found it extremely distasteful to ...

Carole (with one) Short, Riverton
Mar 28, 2018

Editor: This one is for Clair (no e) McFarland: Bravo! I loved your tale of the colorful monsters (March 22). As ever, your column helps us all to see ...


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