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After reading Serena Bettis' reporting on the Rawlins water supply situation, and then the city's prepared report, I was left shaking my head …

I’m old. I remember 5-cent stamps, 10-cent candy bars, 19-cent burgers and saving up 12 quarters from babysitting jobs to buy my first LP.

I was reading in Wednesday's Boomerang U.S. Sen. John Barrasso’s comment that “as a senator for Wyoming, I know the meaning of the Second Amen…

For the last two months, Wyoming television has carried a false ad claiming that U.S. Senate Bill 2992, The American Innovation and Choice Onl…

As someone who has labored in the field of journalism I find it unfortunate and more than a little disappointing hearing of an elected member …

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In Washington, D.C., and on Capitol Hill, requests for troops (during the Jan. 6, 2021, riot) require approval of Mayor Muriel Bowser in D.C. …

I noticed an ad in the Boomerang I hadn’t seen before. It advertised the fact that it is now legal to purchase alcohol from a bar or restauran…

I have lived in cities that have found a way to limit corner parking due to visual obstructions. These towns put up street signs saying, “No t…

I write this as the Jan. 6 Select Committee and Congresswoman Liz Cheney are presenting detailed and authoritative evidence of what happened o…

Not since the immediate aftermath of 9/11 have I been as proud as I am today to call myself an American after listening to your U.S. Rep. Liz …

Recently, Charles Pelkey filed a lawsuit against the new Wyoming law that requires specific identification to be shown at polls in order to vo…

There was a time when you and many others looked for a new place to live. You previously lived in a residential area you could afford but, now…

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