The Wyoming Net website is now more secure. SSL has been installed – yeah. What does this mean for the visitor to the site? You will notice a small padlock in your browser’s address bar (URL), meaning all communication between your browser and the web site is now encrypted. If you have recently visited the site and do not see the padlock, refresh the page in your browser to replace any pages that may be in your browser’s cache. On most browsers pressing the F5 key will cause a removal of old cached files and refresh with the new page.
In October of 2015, the City of Casper burned the Kroekers’ home down, only the foundation remained.
Kendell and Christine Kroeker, and their two boys lost everything, but they had their faith. They handled the situation with grace and dignity, praising God all the way.
Within a week of losing their home, and everything in it, they found a rental in the district that Kendell represented in the Wyoming legislature.
The rental was to be a temporary solution while they moved forward by rebuilding their home on the same property as before, overcoming the terrible circumstances that caused so much devastation to their community. (The Cole Creek area in Natrona County)
It has come to my attention that certain groups or entities have been using my name to try and get donations from seniors. Some of these solicitations imply that folks won’t get their Social Security benefits unless they pay $10 and sign a petition addressed to me. These letters are misleading and aim to prey on those who are vulnerable and worried. No one has to pay anyone in order to share their views with me and these professional petition organizers are not as effective as they may claim. I am working to make sure Social Security benefits remain available for the future to the hard-working Americans who have paid into the system and earned them. Signing a petition or sending money to an unknown agency will not affect your Social Security benefits. Reforming Social Security to make sure it remains solvent will.
Numbered bills for the 2017 General Session are now available on the Legislature’s Website.
Additional bills will be added to this page as they are numbered, so check back often.
Final column in the weekly Jackson Hole News and Guide, published Sept 21, 2016, entitled, “Common Sense rides away into the sunset” http://www.jhnewsandguide.com/opinion/columnists/cowboy_common_sense/common-sense-rides-away-into-the-sunset/article_cae7afe6-78b0-5b75-8ebc-e8a0ff539993.html
This is my final column. The newspaper Editorial Board has decided to go a different direction with page A7 therefore opinion columns have been discontinued there. This cowboy is riding off into the sunset hoping that common sense will eventually prevail.