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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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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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Despite columnist’s arguments, trustees’ actions indefensible I read with interest the column by Frank Mendicino in the February 27, 2020, edition of the Laramie Boomerang. He defends the actions of the Board of Trustees in the dismissal of Dr. Laurie Nichols, President of the University of …

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Renewable energy advocate: Albany County should say ‘no’ to wind farmI power our home with solar and hope to add wind this summer. I’m a firm believer in renewable energy, more than most. A huge industrial wind turbine project is planned for the beautiful 287 corridor. These wind turbines co…

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Trump is not what he seemsIs Trump a strong candidate? Why, then, have several states, like Nevada, South Carolina, Kansas, and Arizona have cancelled their Republican primaries and caucuses so Trump won’t have to square off against Weld and other candidates? Doesn’t that deprive Republican …

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The Wyoming Senate today is upping this administration’s attack on women by going after abortion providers. Senate File 97, with no viability guidelines, is an open-ended, no win threat to frighten doctors from performing a legal procedure. SF 97 originally read, “The commonly accepted means…

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The governor has finally revealed to the citizens of Wyoming the proposed purchase of a "massive" amount of land from Occidental Petroleum along the southern border of the state. Apparently we are just now learning of this potential "historic" purchase that has been in the works for several months.

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A majority of Albany County commissioners have been reluctant to believe the results of multiple studies documenting elevated nitrate concentrations in the Casper Aquifer beneath and adjacent to East Grand subdivisions. These studies attribute the elevated nitrate to domestic septic systems.…