Opinions

Letters to the Editor – Dec. 20

Dear Editor, In the December 13th edition of your paper I was interested by the editorial by Mr. Wilcox and Mr. Eitel making the case for an increase in two taxes. The sales tax on fuel and the vehicle registration…

This Side of the Pond – Dec. 20

By Sarah Pridgeon This week’s column is brought to you at the behest of your police chief, whose requests I seldom feel inclined to ignore. I must remain in his good books for the inevitable day on which I skid…

Letters to the Editor – Dec. 13

We broke ground on our new transfer station and immediately hit rock. The site had been drilled to check for rock but the rock resided between the drill holes. It is going to drive the price up but it is…

This Side of the Pond – Dec. 13

Pic for Sarah's Column

By Sarah Pridgeon This week, I should like to tell you the story of The Day I Was Nearly Murdered (and then definitely wasn’t). I’m not generally prone to panic. On the other hand, I am English and should not…

War on coal is real

By Travis Deti Election Day has come and gone, and America has made its choice about who will lead the nation for the next four years. As a result, the anti-coal policies of the last four years we’ve seen out…

Letters to the Editor – Nov. 29

The Governor of the great state of Wyoming, Matthew H. Mead, has proclaimed that Friday, December 7, 2012 be remembered as Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day. It is earnestly recommended by the few remaining veterans in Wyoming, of the attack on…

Letter to the Editor – Nov. 15

I attended the Principal’s Advisory Committee Meeting on Monday, November 5 and wanted to express my appreciation for the communication from the school to the parents. It was exciting to learn about the things happening at the school and how…