Although experts caution that one year’s figures do not represent a trend, Wyoming sees a “leveling out” after three years of declining numbers.
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Coal country has options. But a long legacy of hope, promises and failure has instilled a political inertia that won’t soon be overcome.
When the pandemic is over, writes retired teacher Asta Bowen, let’s look not only at what society needs from schools, but also at what the young truly need from us.
Political double-talk and the recent USPS controversy will only harm Republicans’ credibility, Dodson writes. Republicans, and all Americans, deserve better.
High-profile GOP incumbents and other moderates were targeted — and defeated — by gun-rights, party-purity and anti-tax-group-backed candidates.