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It's that time of year when families and friends fill up the Thermos with hot chocolate, pile into the car and head out to look at Christmas lights. It's an age-old tradition the Rocket-Miner and … more
Those who work at polling places and in election offices across Wyoming have a tough job. Our hats are off to them for taking on such an important task. Some races are so close that even a few … more
I attended the Young at Heart carnival Thursday night and was pleased they had a packed house. I think the line of parents and children that circled the building surprised even the event's … more
It's been a busy year for Wyoming and Rock Springs and there still are a couple of months to go. The state has marked two historic milestones: same-sex marriage and the lottery. A local … more
The United States Air Force Academy celebrates its 60th anniversary this year, coinciding with the 67th anniversary of the U.S. Air Force. It's remarkable to think how quickly the academy was … more
The weather must be changing, because everything I see is annoying me this week. Since I'm usually a person who envisions the positive in life, I thought documenting a few pet peeves would get them … more
Last week I received a letter that questioned my journalistic ethics. This letter accused me of "not covering Rock Springs as the Capital of animal cruelty," in reference to the roundup of wild … more
A month or so ago, my doctor challenged me to try something for 30 days as a way to create healthier eating habits. "Eat only the foods you can identify," she said. I sat stone-faced looking at … more
One or two bucks here and there soon will push millions into Wyoming coffers. Wyoming Lottery CEO Jon Clontz says the lottery should generate up to $13 million annually. On the high end, that … more
I spoke with a first-time candidate Tuesday. He was obviously anxious for the evening primary election results. He talked about the costs to campaign. He talked about the personal note he wrote to … more
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Peggy Shuster, a local Rock Springs resident has recently self-published a book called "Little Girl …
Congratulations to Lady Tiger Alum Reanna Jereb and past player Ali Piaia who are in New York at the …
I am so disappointed that they are trying to change the day of graduation. It is a big event here and …
I've heard old-timers say that you can gauge how hard a winter will be by the height at which wasps …
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