It’s time for Cowboy fans to Cowboy up. Boise State is coming to War Memorial
OK, so half your front page on Saturday was dedicated to promoting a specific candidate for City Council, Ward 1. I have to speak out in support of the other candidate, Victor Bershinsky. We’ve been neighbors for over 40 years; I watched him grow up, go to Linford Elementary, Laramie Junior …
In the Boomerang’s 9/22 Regional Briefs section, in the story, “Rawlins police seize 300 pounds of marijuana” the statement was made that possession of more than three grams of marijuana is by Wyoming statute a felony. Three grams?
Things might be at their worst, but they can always be worse. For instance, now I understand that not all bad news is fake. Global warming seems to be the stage for more bad weather actors. It also wasn’t invented by Chinese crooks and scientific ones for fooling people. Liberals can be broa…
The safety of pedestrians should be a paramount concern for motorists and public officials. And the proper time to address concerns is before a tragic accident costs a life or serious injury.
I would have happily accepted five hundred thousand dollars for what I feel is a much more inclusive new brand for UW: Education Elevated. It speaks volumes in its simplicity.
Fraud on the part of a candidate is a big issue for me, though I must admit, it may not be for many others; but as important to me of not approving fraud in a candidate, it is equally important for me to not support a candidate who approves of fraud in another.
Several people have been quoted in the Boomerang recently referring to the University of Wyoming as prestigious. Although I very much appreciate the University and the people connected with it, the reality is, of course, that the University is not prestigious and most likely never will be.
Syndicated columnist Rich Lowry wrote a piece (frankly, I thought I was rereading Buchanan’s piece from Tuesday) about Brett Kavanaugh’s ‘Kafkaesque Nightmare,’ saying, “If, based on what we know now, this accusation keeps Kavanaugh from the court, it will be a new low.”
The core mission of the Eppson Center for Seniors is to extend independent, self-directed living among Laramie’s aging population. Knowing that sustained health best achieves this goal, the Eppson Center provides a broad array of benefits and activities that focus on social interaction, heal…
Early pioneers to Wyoming loved to fish. And right away, by 1868, resident anglers were voicing concerns about local fish and game populations — concerned that their favorite fishing spots might run out of stock.
Q: I’ve been feeling tired ever since I had a crazy on-the-go spring earlier this year. I took some time off this summer to try to recuperate, but I still feel like my energy just hasn’t come back. Any ideas for getting energy back?
Running for political office asks a lot of people. A successful campaign usually entails spending hours meeting with potential voters, devouring as much information as possible on the issues and engaging in — we hope — spirited yet civil debate with one’s opponents. Not to mention the increa…
Laramie residents — and anyone else, for that matter — had the opportunity Wednesday to watch the Laramie City Council interview five applicants for the open council seat in Ward 1.
Q: People often talk about the medicinal benefits of some spices, but I have never heard anyone mention the benefits of plain old pepper. Does pepper have any medicinal benefits?
In the Boomerang article, dated June 17, several allegations about the June 15 performance of “The Fantasticks’ were quoted in the paper. We would like to address these statements.