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Most loved this week

Sommers: My fellow Republicans

Sommers writes: In order to effectively govern Wyoming, we Republicans must remember our interactions with each other need to be a conversation, not a monologue.

Parents, educators form group to combat book challenges

The group, Wyoming Families for Freedom, aims to combat book challenges and advocate for educators in Laramie County and across the state. 

Liminal space and lifting weights: A Casper pastor on what's after retirement

Lynn Williamson, pastor at Shepherd of the Hills Presbyterian Church in Casper, plans to retire Sunday after 18 years. 

Officials take 'no-excuses approach' to seat belt use following rise in deaths

Seat belt use has actually fallen in Wyoming.

Grand jury indicts woman suspected of Casper abortion clinic arson

Lorna Green faces up to 20 years in prison if convicted of setting fire to the clinic last year.

No agreement yet on debt ceiling, actor Ray Stevenson dead at 58, and more trending news

House Speaker Kevin McCarthy said he had a productive debt ceiling discussion with President Joe Biden today at the White House, but no agreement yet. Get more on that and today's trending topics here.


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