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Of the People, By the People, For the People

Last week’s Letter to the Editor “Wyoming is in a crisis” included several issues, one being the allegation that Trump would have been...

 

Your view

We are excited to see this page full of letters to the editor with our readers expressing their views on a variety of topics. As you read these...

 

Wyoming is in a crisis

The people of Wyoming - smart people who voted for the good of Wyoming and our country - voted Trump. He would have probably been re-elected if...

 

Our liberties are under attack

Editors note: This speech was given by Charles Cooper during the Memorial Day Service for Liberty and then submitted as a letter to the editor. Today...

 

Something is 'a fowl' here

Something is “a fowl” here and it’s not backyard chickens. I’m not even saying I am right in every incident or presentation, however we need...

 

Summer's coming

The Hot Springs County High School parking lot was full of players and spectators for the Thermopolis 3-on-3 Saturday and Sunday. The event,...

 

Colonial Pipeline shutdown shows need to guard against cyber attacks

Earlier this month, hackers collected $4.4 million in ransom after pulling off a cyber-attack that forced the temporary shutdown of the Colonial...

 

Wyo Wednesday and Thermopolis Brewfest

by Suzanne Samelson Spring and being outside continues to be on our minds. Think Wyo Wednesday on June 2. Think Thermopolis Brewfest on Saturday,...

 

Paying people not to work is 'un-American'

by Greg Johnson, Gillette News Record What began as a critical benefit for people directly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic has evolved to become an...

 

Celebrate the graduates

On Sunday, May 16, 43 Hot Springs County High School gradutating seniors will receive their diplomas and wrap up their public school career. There...

 

Three cheers for Superintendent Balow

I could not be more proud of the courageous stand Superintendent of Public Instruction Jillian Balow took in defying the introduction of the 1619...

 

Chamber foundation receives 501(c)3 status

by Meri Ann Rush Thermopolis-Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce Foundation On August 13, 2020 the Board of Directors for the Thermopolis-Hot Springs...

 

Downtown parking

Where do you park a horse trailer, boat, camper or RV in downtown Thermopolis? We often have people in long vehicles park in front of the IR during...

 

We the People are sick and tired

From President Joe Biden’s Speech: “That’s the essence of America. That’s democracy in action.” Our Constitution opens with the words,...

 

Events are a go

After experiencing a year of shutting down, covering up and staying home, it’s safe to say many of us are thankful that things are returning to norm...

 

Facebook is taking away our freedoms

Recently I was blocked by Facebook for violating their “Community standards”. They didn’t say what offended them. I asked, but they still did...

 

Shop local on Wyo. Wednesday

by Suzanne Samelson Spring is on our minds and in the air. Think Wyo Wednesday on May 5. Think Downtown Cleanup on Wednesday, May 19. Wyo Wednesday...

 

Wyoming needs real leadership to address school funding issue

When the final bell rang on this year’s legislative session, state leaders failed to turn in their assignment. Instead, they asked for yet another...

 

Joining the lawsuit was a good thing

Two weeks ago, the state of Wyoming filed a lawsuit challenging the moratorium on oil and gas leasing on federal lands issued by President Joe Biden...

 

Clean up after yourselves

I would like to address a growing issue related to recreational target shooting on public land. Shooters need to clean up their targets, empty brass,...

 

It is bear season, be alert

The first bear was spotted out of hibernation in Yellowstone National Park about two weeks ago. That means the bear season has begun and residents...

 

Glad for follow up article on dumpsters

I read with interest the article on dumpster replacement and am very glad the town has a nest egg in place for dealing with such emergencies. Very...

 

Do the right thing

In the six years since former Gov. Matt Mead began championing expanding Medicaid in the state, much has changed – including the state’s financial...

 

Get ready for Wyo Wednesdays

by Suzanne Samelson  Main Street Thermopolis has plans for the spring season, starting with Wyo Wednesday on April 7.  The first Wednesday of the mo...

 

Grab a newspaper

Reading a newspaper is a good habit to get into that can provide much needed information about politics, economy, schools, entertainment, sports,...

 

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