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Gas prices drop almost 10 cents statewide in a weekGILLETTE (WNE) — Wyoming gas prices have fallen 9.8 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.06 a gallon Monday.

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As I thought about what to write about this month, it seemed almost trite to talk about politics as usual. That is not to say that there are not things to talk about, as our legislative session, oil prices and our current international health crisis provide more than enough fodder. However, …

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These are the days of hoarding. Some people are hoarding toilet paper. Others are hoarding hand sanitizer. Still others are hoarding political campaign contributions.

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As we closely monitor the spread of COVID-19 throughout the state, Ivinson has been working diligently to safeguard our patients, staff and community. Our COVID-19 Preparedness Team meets daily to evaluate the current situation and develop processes at Ivinson that ensure our readiness for t…

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County residents should complete censusMore than 50 million households, representing more than one-third of the Nation, have responded to the 2020 census. The census happens once every decade, and your response affects allocation of Congressional seats and federal funds to your community for…

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A lot of smart people have been working hard of late to identify which economic sectors and communities will be hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic and concurrent oil-industry disturbance.

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Theresa Maria Schindler should be in her 57th year of life. Instead, her cremated remains are buried at Sylvan Abby Memorial Park in Clearwater, Florida. A granite headstone marks the spot.

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There is an economic phenomenon that fascinates academics and sows dread among business leaders, politicians and financiers: the black swan event.

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I am 8 years old and in 2nd grade at Indian Paintbrush Elementary School. Since COVID-19 is keeping me home from school and other activities, I wanted to share what it has been like for a kid.

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Three months ago, when most were still in the Christmas spirit, the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention was scrambling to understand a mysterious new virus that appeared in Wuhan, China. Fast forward three months, and the world has gone on lockdown.

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When we most need God’s help, is God silent? Maybe it seems so, if we expect him to answer us with some great loud voice from heaven or some immediate miraculous solution to the plague. But what if we look at what he has already told us in His Word, the Bible? Then you will find he speaks cl…

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Even in ordinary times, the 74,000 of unpaid family caregivers in Wyoming face a daunting set of daily tasks. Oftentimes with little or no training, they may be responsible for wound care, tube feedings, dressing, managing the finances and medical bills of their loved ones, transportation and more.

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Donald Trump has taken to declaring himself a “wartime president,” but the commander in chief cannot resist getting in the way of what few competent generals he has at his disposal. No matter how hard he pretends, Commander COVID is unable to rise to the occasion and rise above his flimflam …

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Countries have experienced economic depressions before, but not usually as a matter of choice.

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Affordable food, affordable housing, and affordable energy – the “three-legged stool” of our prosperity in this Country, and Wyoming has all three. Considering the national panic over what was just three weeks ago termed the “Wuhan Coronavirus” but has since been rebranded out of political c…

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With all the media attention regarding the new coronavirus that causes COVID-19, you may feel like you are getting mixed messages. A recent article carried by WyoFile.com, “Two who couldn’t get COVID-19 test: a study in rationing,” highlighted some pitfalls I would like to address.

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Column a work of fictionI read British novelist Lee Child’s vile and spiteful attack on my wife, her family and the entire ranching community in response to my op-ed (March 6) on the proposed Rail Tie wind development. However, I have decided to invite my neighbor over to share his vast know…

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We are now deep into two serious worldwide events that threaten our physical and our economic well-being. One of these events has been building for decades. The other for only a few months.

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Did you hear that, on Sunday, March 15, Congress appropriated $700 billion? Actually you didn’t hear that, as Congress did not meet that day and did not appropriate those funds. Our Constitution says “No money shall be drawn from the Treasury, but in Consequence of Appropriations made by Law…

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Admit it. Many of you who heard that President Donald Trump had finally decided to take a coronavirus test were rooting for it to come back positive, meaning he had contracted the disease and at the very least would have to self-quarantine.

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What happens when the supposed dictator won’t dictate? This is the conundrum confronted by the harshest critics of President Donald Trump who have gone from warning he is a budding despot to complaining he hasn’t done enough to impose his will during the coronavirus crisis.

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While the rest of the districts in the state have followed suit and closed districts to prevent the spread of COVID-19, our district seems on taking a serious recommendation from state leadership and dragging it out and tying it up in miles of red tape. No other district seems to be debating…

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For a long time, Wyoming politics seemed to lack the bitter ideological partisanship that exists in other states. That’s not to say politics in Wyoming aren’t tough at times. But until the past decade, lawmakers seemed less interested in wedge issues and more focused on pragmatically solving…

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It is easy these days to be judgmental of others, particularly when dealing with a pandemic that’s been so politicized.

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If any of you read my articles, you know I write opinion pieces for this paper once every month. I had an entire piece ready to submit on how the Legislature once again kicked the can down the road and failed to acknowledge the real structural budgetary crisis facing our state.

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Our nation’s founding fathers determined that every ten years, we will count every person living in the United States. Since 1790, the U.S. government has conducted a census to do just that and in 2020 there will be another count of America. The 2020 Census will count every living person in …

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Forget March Madness brackets; the real gambling has to do with Trump Madness. The hottest bet of all: How long will Mark Meadows last as White House chief of staff?

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The coronavirus outbreak is the first pandemic of the woke era, and as such it’s not surprising that there is a fierce debate over how to refer to it without offending against social justice.

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Tourism is a key industry for Wyoming and it’s no surprise with the abundance of natural beauty, recreation opportunities and small town charm.

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The primary focus of the Wyoming Legislature’s biennial budget session is of course, the budget. This year has been notable in the sheer variety and creativity of the revenue-increasing ideas that have been trotted out. One stands out above all others, but it shouldn’t be considered without …