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John Winter, incumbent running for House District 28, spoke about what issues are facing Wyoming as well as our country.  He said that he wants to stop the expansion of Medicaid and other things in the Biden Agenda that isn’t good for Wyoming.  

Kim Bartlett, running for House District 28, spoke about what issues Wyoming is facing and how she will take on these important issues.  She also spoke about why she is running as a Democrat in a very red state.  

Stefanie Bell, Vice Chair of Park County School Board Number 6, spoke about the Big Horn Avenue project that is affecting traffic.  What is the project accomplishing, what’s the next step and how is being evaluated.  She also talked about issues the school board is facing right now.  

Bob Barry, running for Park County No 6 school board spoke about what he would want to accomplish if he were elected.

Billy Struemke, running for Park County School Board Number 6, talked about how he would fine tune the school board, the importance of parents in the education of their children, and what’s really beneath the WYTOPP scores.  He also spoke about teacher retention and if he were elected to the school board, have more communication…

Vince Vanata and Martin Kimmet from the Park County Republicans spoke about Harriet Hageman receiving a threatening letter from Wyoming attorneys and how this is the new “lawfare” tactic in politics.  Also, they talked about choosing a Secretary of State candidate and the process it will take as well as the last state GOP meeting…

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — President Joe Biden declared at the United Nations Wednesday that Russia has “shamelessly violated the core tenets” of the U.N with its “brutal, needless war” in Ukraine. He said the war is an affront to the heart of what the international body stands for as he looked to rally allies to…

Wyoming Republican Senators John Barrasso and Cynthia Lummis are joining other members of the Senate in introducing legislation to simplify and expedite the permitting process for energy and infrastructure projects. Titled the Simplify Timelines and Assure Regulatory Transparency Act, the START Act includes comprehensive federal regulatory permitting and project review reform. The proposed legislation also…

Amid a wave of partisan political conflicts, Cody’s City Administrator Barry Cook reminds residents that local government tends to be neutral, solution-oriented, and trustworthy. Always a hot-button issue, politics is hotter than ever in 2022. Between a divisive primary season and the upcoming midterm election, people across the nation are arguing – loudly and sometimes…

Karen Schipfmann-Nielson is running for re-election to the Park County School Board Number 6 and spoke about how the school board is working together for the benefit of students, how they are updating the mission and vision plan for the school board and the 13th Year Program for seniors that gives them options after earning…


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