Longtime Casper Newspaper Editor Dies
Casper, Wyoming – Long-time Casper Star-Tribune opinion editor Charles Levendosky has died after a long battle with cancer. He was 67 years old.
Levendosky helped launch the Star-Tribune's widely known letters section, encouraging writers of all stripes to contribute.
He was a vigorous defender of the First Amendment and devoted many of his weekly columns to that topic.
He was syndicated by the New York Times, and his work appeared in many newspapers across the country.
He also served as the Wyoming State Poet.
Services are pending.