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G&F should be held accountable

Posted: Thursday, Aug 18th, 2016
In the summer of 2001, the Wyoming Game and Fish appointed a committee to investigate if there was a problem of wildlife harassment and if so, what is causing the problem, where the problem is and how to fix the problem.
Upon completion, the committee made six recommendations:
1. The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission pursue legislation to prevent

Keep our good judges and protect free speech

Posted: Thursday, Aug 18th, 2016
Well, folks, the Wyoming committee is still rolling along, trying to roll right over Judge Ruth Neely's First Amendment and the Wyoming Constitution's right of free speech.
Aug. 17 was the day of oral arguments to the Wyoming Supreme Court and the committee spoke freely in their ludicrous effort to blot out someone else's free speech, emphasis is on

RHCD board is no place for ignorance or prejudice

Posted: Thursday, Aug 18th, 2016
Sublette County has lost the services of Dr. Wallace due to the ignorance and prejudice of one of its Rural Health Care (RHCD) board members.
I am now a retired emergency physician and over my 41-year career, I have worked with hundreds of emergency physicians. Buck and I worked together at the Rock Springs Emergency Department for several years

The move to five was instrumental

Posted: Thursday, Aug 18th, 2016
With the number of quality candidates vying for the three open seats on the board of county commissioners, the move to five was instrumental in generating that interest. More discussion, more ideas can only enhance the decision-making for the betterment of our county.
The move to five would not have occurred without the tenacity of Kay Malkowski, seeing

The ‘wow factor’

Posted: Thursday, Aug 18th, 2016
A few weeks back, there was an article printed in the Roundup that Dr. Wallace was leaving the Pinedale Clinic to take a "sabbatical." This is not the complete truth. The Roundup isn't to blame for that article; they didn't know the whole truth at the time.
Dr. Wallace is leaving because his life in Pinedale has become unbearable. This

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