Opinions

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…

Letter to the Editor – April 12

Dear McGruff House Members and the Sundance Community, The McGruff House program was developed in 1982 to help communities come together to keep a watch out for their community, property, and children. It has been in every state in the…

Letters to the Editor – March 29

Editor: It was with great dismay that I read the letter to the editor from Judy McCullough from Moorcroft in the paper. As it turns out, I had been helping Judy and her organization on a bill (HB7 – Animal…

Letters to the Editor – March 22

Dear Editor, Several weeks ago there was a letter written expressing negative sentiments about the mining of Rare Earth Minerals here in Crook County. This letter was written with obvious sincerity and feelings, so well written it caused me to…

Guest Editorial: Much ado about you

By Bob Bonnar Newcastle News Letter Journal Vice President, Wyoming Press Association The Wyoming State Legislature should be applauded for passage of Senate File 25 (Public Records) and SF 27 (Open Meetings), but not because either piece of legislation took…

Letters to the Editor – March 8

Sundance Times Editor, It is with regret that I am resigning from all my elected and appointed positions due to personal circumstances. I will be unable to complete my terms of office. I have tried to serve as a useful…

Washington rule threatens Wyoming’s rural values

By U.S. Senator John Barrasso, M.D. Washington’s burdensome rules and regulations are some of the biggest obstacles facing our farming and ranching communities. Wyoming’s farmers and ranchers should be focused on running their operations, not dealing with the Obama Administration’s…

Letter to the Editor – March 1, 2012

Warren Peak is a point of prominence in the Bear Lodge Mountains. The area affectionately known by locals as “the Peaks” is a place of great beauty and boldness. In winter, it is the snow capped high country, visible from…