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Senator Cynthia Lummis

After sustaining serious injuries on July 23, the 77-year-old former senator died in a Colorado hospital, ending a long career of public service for Wyoming. The unfortunate news was released on Senator Enzi’s Facebook page around midnight on Tuesday, July 27. Former Wyoming Senator Mike Enzi died due to injuries sustained in a bicycle accident…

Closure finally comes to the community that lost 1st Lieutenant Alva Ray Krogman, laid to rest in his hometown of Worland this week after 54 years lost in Laos. Over a hundred people gathered at Worland Middle School for the memorial of Alva Ray Krogman, Worland native and war hero. Krogman, a 1st Lieutenant in…

Senator Lummis’s latest endeavor in the U.S. Senate is the SAME Act, which argues if 18-year-olds can vote and serve in the military, they can buy a handgun. United States Senator Cynthia Lummis (R-WY) has introduced legislation to reinstate the right of adults between the ages of 18 and 20 to purchase a handgun from…

Senator Cynthia Lummis is a party-line Republican, but she’s not afraid to call out colleagues and get territorial – especially when it involves Yellowstone. Senator Lummis took to Twitter to correct her colleague, U.S. Representative Matt Rosendale of Montana. The content of the correction is which state Yellowstone National Park calls home. The correction started…

The man sent threatening voicemails to several Wyoming politicians, saying they would be killed if they let Florida representative Matt Gaetz come to Wyoming. MSN reports that 51-year-old Laramie resident Christopher Podlesnik faces seven counts of transmitting threats with interstate violence. This is a result of calls he left with Wyoming politicians. Podlesnik called both…

Both Wyoming’s Democratic and Republican Parties released statements on the riots at the U.S. Capitol – and their perspectives couldn’t be more different. The discourse over last Wednesday’s events – which saw the U.S. Capitol under siege, congresspersons hiding under desks, and five people dead – continues, as both sides of the political spectrum try…

Cody’s Mayor Matt Hall has the same message for everyone –regardless of opinion, it’s time to move forward. Like many Americans, Mayor Hall was transfixed by everything that occurred in the nation’s capital during the certification of the state’s electoral college votes from the 2020 Election. A protest against election fraud turned into a violently…


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