Opinions

Letters to the Editor – June 21

Editor: What the Stalinist Maoist Communist Chinese Tyrants masquerading as a government did to expecting mother Feng Jianmei and her little girl (and likely millions more) is the continuation of a century-long systematic violence that is employed to forcibly subjugate…

A fuel tax is a good tax

By Erin Taylor – Executive Director of the Wyoming Taxpayers Association News media has recently focused on the need to increase funding for Wyoming’s highways and, indeed, the facts are there. The Wyoming Department of Transportation is short $135 million…

Letter – June 7

The Department of Environmental Quality Voluntary Remediation Program (VRP) would like to present a short article describing one of the VRP’s most historically interesting sites, Old Stoney. The VRP is a risk-based, voluntary cleanup program that allows some flexibility in…

Letter to the Editor – May 31

Dear Editor: As a boy I hunted deer in the Bull Hill area — one of the best places then in Crook County to find big whitetail bucks. Since that time I have had the opportunity to live in many…

Letter to the Editor – May 17

Spring is here and the city is bustling. Robert Snoozy and Bob Queen have been hired to mow our grass. We are getting a late start but I am sure they can catch up. Larry Shommer and Kathy Lenz are…

Letters to the Editor – May 10

Dear Editor, We appreciate all of the folks who attended the Crook County Republican Party Lincoln Day dinner and convention activities back in March. We enjoyed the presence of our two US Senators and their wives, as well as a…

Letters to the Editor – May 3

Environmentalists have very loud voices and hefty agendas these days, and their ideals are dominating all aspects of our lives. They are attacking fossil fuels through emission regulation: blocking forest sales, coal leases, grazing, oil/gas permits, and more. If we can’t log and…

Letters to the Editor – April 26

Dear Editor, Wilbur and I went to eat lunch at the Dog Pound after Church Sunday. I was surprised to see one of my old third grade pen pals working there. When Mrs. Green taught third grade she had a…

Letter to the Editor – April 19

As long-time residents and landowners being concerned and affected by the Oneok Partners Pipeline we feel compelled to provide more information to our friends and neighbors of the danger the Bakken Pipeline poses to our environment and community. The proposed…