Opinion

Keep investing in our future

March 24, 2017 Alec Schaffer 0

If Wyoming is going to have anything that even resembles public education, during the next legislative session our representatives need to understand that a $375 million short fall is too large to make up with […]

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Defendants face drug charges

March 23, 2017 Alec Schaffer 0

Nip Tran Ha and Gabriel Pierce are scheduled to appear in court this morning to hear the sentencing decisions on two drug charges. Ha was arrested on July 8th and was charged with one count […]

News

Senate walks out of last council meeting

March 8, 2017 Alec Schaffer 0

Late Thursday night, the senate side of the Wyoming Legislature’s management council walked out of the committee’s final meeting during a discussion on education funding. “The motion I made was for management council, so that […]

News

Legislators disagree on wage gap

March 3, 2017 Alec Schaffer 0

A bill that would launch a study into wage disparities between men and women in Wyoming, passed through the state legislature Monday and now awaits the Governor’s signature. “With headlines like ‘Wyoming worst for women’ […]

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Laramie

WyoTech student found guilty

February 20, 2017 Alec Schaffer 0

Brandon Joseph Hamilton was convicted of felony burglary of a WyoTech dorm. Hamilton received five to eight years in state penitentiary and was order to pay $5,000 in restitution He also received a recommendation of […]

Opinion

Protecting our future

February 16, 2017 Alec Schaffer 0

Wyoming has 30 million acres of public land that are coming under threat. With her first vote in the House of Representatives, congresswoman Liz Cheney voted against her constituents’ wishes and voted in favor of […]