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Archives for June 9, 2020
Marches sparked by the deaths of black Americans at the hands of police have renewed the push to remove the deputy who killed Robbie Ramirez.
Funds from overturned oil and gas lease sales have already been disbursed for school kids, elderly, disabled and those “below the poverty line,” Wyoming said.
Against the turmoil, unrest and uncertainty unfolding in the human world, nature marches on. Managing editor Katie Klingsporn writes that it can provide a touchstone when all else seems unrecognizable.
For the sake of state residents, Dave Dodson writes, it’s time for politicians to move away from petty partisan fighting and toward statesmanship.