- THE FOODIE FILES: Centenarian secrets
- THE BUZZ: Teewinot claims two
- REDNECK PERSPECTIVE: Hog Island economics
- FEATURE: The Center of the Universe
- GUEST OPINION: Five times the feces?
- GET OUT: Ode to Delta
- MUSIC BOX: Euphoria meets Canyon
- THE BUZZ: The Faces of Blair
- WELL, THAT HAPPENED: Trumped up comedy
- MUSIC BOX: Heroes can’t stand still
Laurie Goodman Editorial in CST on Sunday
Some lawmakers are in workers’ corner LAURIE GOODMAN – Perspective | Posted: Sunday, November 29, 2009 12:00 am Legislators who sit on the Joint Judiciary Committee recently spoke their truth, and while dismaying, it may have created...
- Posted November 29, 2009
It’s seems all to clear in these Orwellian times that significant improvements in improving social services for “we the people” are slim. Bipartisan bickering between parties has become an endless tug of war. Now is the time,...
- Posted November 21, 2009
Coal in Wyoming
The Joint Judiciary Committee has been in Laramie for the past few days meeting on a myriad of issues. Today we spent most of the day working on the carbon sequestration financial assurance bill. One of the...
- Posted November 18, 2009
Some passages that I found interesting in Sarah Palin’s new book “Going Rogue”. Some are just trivial that just caught my attention. Sarah Palin is supposed to give her first State of the State address as...
- Posted November 18, 2009
Article from Billings Gazette on Duty of Care bill
Below you will find an article from the Billings Gazette on the Duty of Care bill. Same article was in the Casper Star Tribune Workplace liability re-examined By DUSTIN BLEIZEFFER Casper Star-Tribune | Posted: Sunday, November 15,...
- Posted November 15, 2009
War of Words with Petroleum Association of Wyoming
Dustin Bleizeffer, the energy reporter for the Casper Star Tribune posted this blog earlier this week about my frustrations with some comments made by the Petroleum Association of Wyoming (PAW). http://tribtown.trib.com/post/DustinBleizeffer/blog/war_of_words.html War of words...
- Posted November 13, 2009
No External Cost Adjustment for Education This Year
The Wyoming Legislature’s Joint Appropriation Committee recommended this past week that there be no External Cost Adjustment to education funding. It is only a recommendation, but their recommendation usually holds. The External Cost Adjustment is sort of...
- Posted November 7, 2009
Them on Us: 11/4/09
Where the jobs at? Experts say Wyoming lags about a year behind the national economic trends. It did take the state a little longer to recognize the rest of the country’s woes and now there is evidence...
- Posted November 4, 2009