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Aaron Barrows, Riverton
Nov 8, 2018

Editor: IR00;read about the decision to expand on "The World Needs More Cowboys" theme at the University of Wyoming. It was interesting. I have heard some ...

Helena Irwin, Riverton
Nov 7, 2018

Editor: I would like to say how much I enjoyed the cello group (Portland Cello Project) that played a concert at Central Wyoming College. IR00;almost didnt' ...

Eli Bebout, Riverton
Nov 6, 2018

Editor: Over the past few months we have all had the opportunity to gauge the candidates running for state and federal office. It is my strong belief that ...


Nance Shelsta, Riverton
Nov 4, 2018

Editor: Having spent most of my life in Wyoming, I enjoy the people, scenery and simplicity. That being said, I also believe that as Wyoming citizens we ...

Barb Garment, Riverton
Nov 1, 2018

Editor: Wyoming is the first state to have a woman governor, but that is now alost a hundred years ago. In Mary Throne this is the third time we have ...

Kenneth K. McShane, Riverton
Oct 25, 2018

Editor: Mr. Gard's supporters for mayor are claiming that the oil and natural gas recession in Wyoming and here locally is Lars Baker's fault? Ridiculous. Is ...


Donald Davie, Riverton
Oct 23, 2018

Editor: This is not a letter about politics of the election, but I hope it might do some good. I am writing about the Adopt A Highway program. There used to ...

Roger Bower, Riverton
Oct 18, 2018

Editor: I am deeply disappointed. I haven't seen any real action from our present mayor until recently, as he is up for re-election. There's an article on ...

Ron Warpness, Riverton
Oct 17, 2018

Editor: Wow! Is politics fun or what? Here in Riverton we have two fine men running for mayor, Rich Gard and our current mayor, Lars Baker. When I had the ...


Richard Ferguson, Riverton
Oct 16, 2018

Editor: In regard to the issue of the state game and fish cooperating with the federal forest service in watershed and land restoration work (reported in your ...

Dan Armitage, Worthington, Ohio
Oct 12, 2018

Editor: As a freelance outdoors and travel writer from Ohio, I was fortunate to have chosen Fremont County as a recent destination for my work. I was lured ...

Karissa Niehoff and Ron Laird
Oct 11, 2018

Editor: In today's digital world, high school students are being tested in unique and demanding ways. The Washington Post confirms that 73 percent of all ...


Mary Sue Shoup, Riverton
Oct 10, 2018

Editor: I have been following the issue of how our Riverton hospital has lost its doctors, etc. I just don't understand how this can be justified. This ...

Mara Delsing, Riverton
Oct 9, 2018

Editor: I am very sorry to see that advertisements for Richard Gard, candidate for Riverton mayor, immediately took such a negative tone. Mr. Wolfer's ...

Alan Forsch, Riverton
Oct 2, 2018

Editor: I read the Ranger story about the superintendent of schools in Riverton, Mr. Snyder, who said the administrators of the school district did not know ...


Alice Goodwin Leder, Riverton
Sep 26, 2018

Editor: I exercise for health reasons, and I recently changed my regular walking route to take me through Central Wyoming College campus. I will admit it ...

Jolene Okrie, Riverton
Sep 25, 2018

Editor: What happened to the guide who was killed by a grizzly bear is tragic. I can only imagine how I would feel if I my husband or my son had been killed ...

Kent Stockton, Riverton
Sep 20, 2018

Editor: In the immortal words of Yogi Berra, "|t's déja vu all over again." When we moved to Riverton in January 1973 to join the Wind River Medical Group, ...


Warren Blount, Riverton
Sep 19, 2018

Editor: I was interested in the story about the "lost" badger being helped by the Wyoming game warden in Riverton. I commend the warden and everyone who had ...

Dennis Palvo, Riverton
Sep 18, 2018

Editor: I am sure it is true that Mark Gordon got some votes from Democrats during the primary election. But there is no way he got enough people "crossing ...

Ruth Kitte Garland, Texas
Sep 12, 2018

Editor: I know people often write in about childhood memories in Riverton. It see this is Homecoming week at Riverton High School, and that brings back a ...


Nancy Pierce, Riverton
Sep 4, 2018

Editor: The hospital corporation said they were "not her to talk about the future at the meeting last week in the cafeteria? (IR00;was not in town that day, ...

Ron Warpness, Riverton
Aug 31, 2018

Editor: This old song has a familiar refrain to it. Risk of losing our airport. Our airport is critical to the city. There is unanimous concern and support ...

Dan Brossman, Lander
Aug 30, 2018

Editor: War is not the only "in" the world factor. I'm as guilty of sinning as you are (maybe, ha!) But the world suffers from dopers, alcoholics, lying, ...


Ken Fendrill, Riverton
Aug 29, 2018

Editor: Thinking back to the Fremont County Fair, I wonder why they feel they have to have a big show in the rodeo arena every night if they are not all going ...

Carl Dercker, Riverton
Aug 28, 2018

Editor: I am pleased with the outcome of the primary election in regard to opening the Riverton office for county government services again. Both Majdic and ...

Brenda Helms, Lander
Aug 26, 2018

Editor: Mr. Tucker and Mr. Peck both have written about the presence of "big money" in our state elections, the governor's primary race being the big one in ...


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