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The Governor Will Testify Before the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee on April 27
Governor Mark Gordon signed legislation today that officially launches the federal Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP) in Wyoming. The program will utilize $200 million in federal funding to cover rent and utility costs for Wyomingites struggling financially due to the impacts of the …
A few months ago, the arrival in Wyoming of the first vaccines meant to prevent infection with COVID-19 was exciting. We’d been through some tough times with high case counts, hospitalizations and deaths due to the pandemic. But we now could see a positive path forward.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Organizers of a $20 million contest to develop products from greenhouse gas that flows from power plants announced two winners Monday ahead of launching a similar but much bigger competition backed by Elon Musk.
Tickets for the Garth Books concert at Cheyenne Frontier Days sold out in 30-40 minutes, according to Tom Hirsig, CEO of Cheyenne Frontier Days. That left fans who couldn’t get tickets unhappy.
The City of Cheyenne Brownfield Revolving Loan Coalition and Preserve Historic Wyoming are excited to announce the successful clean-up of the Bell Building, located at 1605 Central Avenue, in the heart of the Historic Downtown core.
Governor Mark Gordon Gordon signed six bills into law on Thursday, April 15, including three that reflect the Governor’s support for Wyoming’s energy sector.
As the COVID 19 pandemic continues, the two remaining related statewide public health orders are being extended for two more weeks, according to the Wyoming Department of Health (WDH).
The Seed Library of Laramie County is open and ready to grow! Community members are invited to check out up to 20 packets of seeds from the Seed Library, located at Laramie County Library, and take them home to begin planting their own gardens. There are over 150 varieties of flowers, herbs,…
A lucky smack with a flyswatter turned a meek tailor into a hero for the entire kingdom. That's the idea behind the Cheyenne Little Theatre's production of The Brave Little Tailor.
This week starts our meetings with department heads to discuss the upcoming budget. It is an opportunity for them to share their vision for how the departments should look in the next budget year. I so appreciate the great group of directors we have and wish I could grant all their requests.…
You know Spring is in the air when you see the golf discs flying at local parks around Cheyenne. This past Saturday, April 10, was perfect weather for the 3rd annual Wyoming Classic Disc Golf Tournament hosted by The Laramie County Disc Golf Club. The competition was held at both Dry Creek a…
The Laramie County Library System welcomes Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra's Maestro William Intrilligator and piano soloist Michael Roll, Friday, April 16, from 11 a.m. until 12 p.m. for an entertaining discussion, including musical insights about the April 17 concert that will be live-streamed…
With Superday set for June 26, City staff spent April 6 preparing for the event. A community-wide event requires collaboration across several City departments to ensure it's "all systems go" when the day arrives.
The next Cheyenne City Council Meeting will take place in person at 6 p.m. Monday, April 12, inside Council Chambers at the Municipal Building (2101 O'Neil Ave.). Free parking is available at the George Cox Parking Facility.
The City of Cheyenne enlisted the help of Mayor Patrick Collins and Alley Manager Randy Hickman, Tuesday, April 6, and spent an afternoon filling pothole across the city.
Mayor Patrick Collins threw the ceremonial first pitch on Opening Day for the Cheyenne Post 6 baseball team Friday, April 9, to dedicate the new artificial turf at Powers Field. The City recently secured funding to upgrade the playing surface, ensuring the blue-ribbon ballpark remains a gem …
The Greater Wyoming Chamber of Commerce will hear from Representative Liz Cheney and U.S. Chamber President and CEO Suzanne Clark, Greater Cheyenne Chamber President and CEO Dale Steenbergen, and Wyoming State Chamber Executive Director Heidi Peterson at 2 p.m. Friday, April 16.
From Friday, March 26 through Thursday, April 8, the district reported that seven students and one staff member tested positive for COVID-19 at Central High, Fairview/Lebhart Elementary, Johnson Junior High, and Triumph High.
Beginning Monday, April 12, district high schools will start classes at 7:30 a.m., 15 minutes early. This change makes up for snow days March 15-19. and continues through the school year.
The Laramie County Sheriff’s Office is requesting assistance from the community with a cold case investigation to help identify a newborn child found deceased in a culvert near Happy Jack Road and McKinney Drive during February 1988.
Laramie County Senior Services invites seniors to attend special events this week. Please wear a mask, and we also have social distancing in place. Please RSVP to 307-635-2435 for the activities you want to attend or for further information. Located at 2101 Thomes Ave., Cheyenne, Wyoming 82001.
Weather permitting, crews with Simon Contractors and the Wyoming Department of Transportation will be resuming work today on an Interstate 80 bridge replacement project located east of Cheyenne.
One day after announcing that the popular "Daddy of 'em All" rodeo event will indeed take place this summer, Cheyenne Frontier Days (CFD) today announced the 2021 Frontier Nights entertainment series. The Professional Bull Riders (PBR) will return with its exclusive Last Cowboy Standing seri…
Amelia joined Olivia at the pinnacle of Wyoming’s most common names for newborn girls in 2020, while Liam remained at the top for boys, according to Vital Statistics Services (VSS), part of the Wyoming Department of Health (WDH).
Follow up analysis of positive samples has shown four different COVID-19 variants recognized by national and international experts as “variants of concern” have been found in Wyoming over the past several months, according to the Wyoming Department of Health (WDH).
Laramie County Library System to Reopen Three Meeting Rooms at Limited Capacity and Eliminate Three-Hour Time Limit for All Visitors While Maintaining Mask Requirement