Laramie’s free clinic flooded with support following WashPo story

Katie Klingsporn

My family and I recently moved back to my hometown of Lander, Wyoming. After 15 years of reporting on small town events, politics and happenings in Colorado, I dug into my first Wyoming story — a political piece for the non-profit news site WyofileIt was a great way to toe my way into the issues, people and landscapes of this beautiful state. 

Laramie’s free clinic flooded with support following WashPo story

National publicity surrounding a well-known Wyoming family’s political infighting has resulted in an unexpected windfall for Laramie’s free clinic.

According to its director, the Downtown Clinic has received more than $20,000 in donations of cash and medical equipment since a prominent article ran in the Washington Post on Jan. 12. Donations have poured in from across the country and beyond, along with notes of support.

The lengthy piece by Greg Jaffe tracked the story of how the Gosar siblings, originally of Pinedale, came to be at odds with…

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