WASHINGTON (AP) - Just before a mob unleashed a deadly rampage on the U.S. Capitol last week, President Donald Trump told tens of thousands of supporters that "we got to get rid" of Rep. Liz Cheney.
The Wyoming Supreme Court today issued an order of immediate suspension of Casper attorney, Donald L. Tolin. The Court’s order was issued pursuant to a court rule that provides for immediate suspension of attorneys who fail to cooperate with an investigation conducted by the Wyoming State Ba…
Governor Gordon emphasized the need for Wyoming to live within its means, defend its energy industry and revitalize education during a message to the legislature delivered during today’s one-day virtual legislative meeting.
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The Wyoming Legislature convenes Jan. 12, but no bills will be considered. The legislature will hear Gov. Mark Gordon’s State of the State Address, elect its leadership and adopt rules, and adjourn without any further action.
Chief Master Sgt. Charles Hoffman, the command chief of Air Force Global Strike Command, visited F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyoming, Jan. 4, 2020, to speak with Airmen from the 90th Missile Wing.
Cheyenne’s new ruling group has officially been installed. Mayor Patrick Collins and the newest group of city council members were sworn in during the Sine Die ceremony at the Cheyenne Civic Center last week.
Vaccinations continue for Phase 1A, and second doses have begun for those who registered for the Pfizer vaccine three weeks ago, Cheyenne-Laramie County Health Department reported on Jan. 8.
Cheyenne Council’s work session will occur remotely at 12 p.m. tomorrow, Jan. 13. Information and links for public access are on the city’s electronic conference meeting webpage, at www.cheyennecity.org/ecm, and also below.
Chadron (NE) State College announced Cheyenne residents Kelsey Crock, Treyven Gallegos, and Rebecca Monahan were named to the Fall 2020 President's List. Named to the 2020 Dean’s List are Cheyenne residents Colton Bell, Baylor Hayes, Logan Kasten, and Mia MacDonald.
Laramie County School District 1’s English Language Arts Department is conducting an elementary-level curriculum materials adoption, and the public can help in the adoption process.
In response to a waiver released by the United States Department of Agriculture, Laramie County School District 1 will continue to provide free meals for students pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade through the end of the school year. Meal service will be provided for remote learners and …
All LCSD1 schools and offices will be closed on Mon,, Jan. 18, in observance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Schools and offices will resume a regular schedule on Tuesday, Jan. 19.
On Sat., Jan. 23, Laramie County School District 1 hosts the 47th annual Science Fair for fourth-grade through eighth-grade students. Due to government mandates for COVID-19, the Science Fair will occur virtually.
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GILLETTE, Wyo. (AP) — For more than 25 years, generations of children enjoyed the carousel at NZ Shoes, opened in July 1969 by a recently married, 20-something Mike Enzi new to Gillette. They rode slow circles on colorful wooden horses named Beauty, Flicka, Furry, Ginger, King and Silver.
Every health care provider in the state of Wyoming is required to report all vaccinations to the Wyoming Immunization Registry. The Registry holds the records of every vaccination given to every Wyoming resident for any illness.
As of Tuesday, Wyoming had received, 25,775 doses of vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna (8,775 Pfizer/17,000 Moderna), but only 8,928 Wyoming residents had been vaccinated.
The fast-attack submarine named after the City of Cheyenne has returned to its home base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii after a six-month deployment, the US Navy said this week.
Among Wyoming residents who’ve tested COVID-19 positive, 26 more deaths are confirmed, the Wyoming Department of Health recently reported. There have now been 464 COVID-related deaths, 38,954 lab-confirmed cases and 6,615 probable cases reported.
Wyoming students in grades 4-12 still have time to enter the 2021 Wyoming Letters About Literature reading and writing contest. The contest’s postmark submission deadline for entries is Jan. 9, and both individual entries and classroom collections are welcome.
Cheyenne Regional Medical Center is asking the community for positive messages encouraging local health care workers. The hospital requests that people to send a photo or video with a thank you message to workers, which will be shared internally with employees, as well as on their social med…
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - A Utah man has pleaded guilty after authorities said he was caught digging in a Yellowstone National Park cemetery in search of hidden treasure.
New U.S. Senator Cynthia Lummis (R– WY) has signed a letter saying she will object to the Electoral College count taking place on Wednesday, January 6. 10 other Republican Senators and Senators-elect also signed the letter.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - A deepening divide among Republicans over President Donald Trump's efforts to overturn the election runs prominently through Wyoming, the state that delivered Trump's widest prevailing margin by far.
Wyoming’s phased approach to providing free, safe and effective vaccinations intended to help prevent future COVID-19 infections is continuing across the state, according to the Wyoming Department of Health (WDH).
The first woman to serve as mayor in the history of Cheyenne leaves office on Monday. Marian Orr was elected in 2016, defeating Amy Surdam, in the first runoff involving two female candidates for mayor.
As we approach the end of a year unlike any other, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department is proud to reflect on some of our top accomplishments over the year. Notably, the Department worked tirelessly to conserve more than 800 species of fish and wildlife that call Wyoming home.
Cheyenne Council members and the public recently heard details of a possible revamping of Cheyenne Civic Center—a project that will cost at least $38 million, if it begins this year.
A program granting funds for energy-related expenses is taking applications from Wyoming residents. Several Wyoming energy companies, and cities, have collaborated to present the thirty-first annual Energy Share of Wyoming, an effort which helps individuals who have energy-related emergencie…