Guest Essays & Editorials

Guest EditorialBy Emily Reed. Nearly 50% of Wyoming is comprised of public land. While Wyoming has worked really hard to diversify its economy through outdoor recreation opportunities under its previous Governor Matt Mead, an important source of funding for all states and Wyoming in particular has failed to be reauthorized….

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Truth over Ideology.

Climate Change: Restoring America’s Vision. Guest Editorial by Ronn Smith Progress on hotly contested issues requires common ground, which favors truth over ideology. On the question of global warming, a recent Pew Research Center poll shows little sign of common ground in America (Pew 2016). Slightly more than half of…

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Around The County.

Guest Editorial By Pat Stuart       We live in the best place on earth.” Or is it, “… the last best place on earth?” Either way, I’m betting we all feel it’s true. A lot of our reasons for saying so will be shared; some might be different. My…

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  from left: Mary Throne, Wyoming Gubernatorial candidate, Gary Trauner, Wyoming candidate for U.S. Senate, and Harriet Bloom-Wilson, Chair of Wyoming Rising Message from vice chair, Linda Waggoner “Oh, what a wonderful meeting we had this afternoon! Having Mary Throne  & Gary Trauner address our group was a perfect addition…

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Guest Essay

A Resistance of One’s Own. Mary L. Keller. June 30, 2018. In her classic  essay of 1929, “A Room of One’s Own,” Virginia Woolf articulates the material needs of space, good food, even wine,  access to knowledge, and time required for women to achieve their potential as writers of fiction….

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