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When is a public workshop not a public workshop? When the public is not given an opportunity to speak. It's not a secret, the Rocket-Miner has been digging out for two weeks after the water … more
As a youngster on Sherman Street, this time of year was golden. It didn't matter if it rained. It didn't matter if it got a little chilly. Doors around the neighborhood opened -- from Sherman … more
One long week has come to a close for the residents, their families and the employees at Deseret Health and Rehab. Friday's announcement that the state will step in and take over management of … more
Worry over debt appears to be the culprit in a decision to reject the request for a bond issue to build a surgery center. Sweetwater County commissioners and many of the people they heard from … more
It was with some concern that we, the board of directors for the Wyoming Press Association, read recently of the American Civil Liberties Union's decision to close its Wyoming office. Over the … more
This newspaper's Opinion page, like that of most newspapers in America, is a celebration of the First Amendment.   Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or … more
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Team Gymnasts at Legacy Gym in Rock Springs finished their 2014-2015 competition season by competing in …
Gymnasts at Legacy Gym in Rock Springs have recently competed in two USAG sanctioned meets. Their …
I am so disappointed that they are trying to change the day of graduation. It is a big event here and …
I've heard old-timers say that you can gauge how hard a winter will be by the height at which wasps …
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