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Editorials

Just over a month from now, voters will choose the person who will fill the top governing seat in our country for the next four years. Actually, absentee voting has already begun.

EDITORIAL: It’s like Uber for doctors

The house call is back, as in doctors coming to you at your residence or your place of work.

Northwest College administrators made it clear last week that they care deeply about the safety of their students.

Before Wyoming even became a state, women had important rights here.

Wyoming granted women the right to vote in 1869 — 21 years before officially becoming a state in 1890. We’re proud to be known as the first state that gave women the right to vote.

 

Thumbs up to another successful Homesteader Days event, and to the ideal weather Mother Nature provided for the occasion.

Right up there with the November election itself, there’s drama playing out in legislative circles about who will be the face of leadership, particularly in the Wyoming House of Representatives, when the next legislative session convenes in January of 2017.

First responders honored in September

As America marked the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on Sunday, many of us clearly recalled memories from the terrible September day. We remembered the moments when we first heard that terrorists attacked our nation, and our sense of security came crumbling down.

We give a heartfelt thanks to law enforcement personnel who are encouraging Powell High School students and employees to buckle up when they get behind a wheel.

Did the primary election vote in August give us any kind of read on the prospect for passage of the 1-cent optional sales tax in Park County in November? Were people connecting any dots to the candidate positions on the sales tax?

EDITORIAL: An all-too-common crime

Continue to be wary of scams, especially those targeting seniors

Con artists come in many forms today. Sometimes they pretend to be grandchildren in need. Other times they claim to be collecting donations for victims of a fire or other tragedy. As we have seen again recently, they also pose as officials with the IRS or another government agency.

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