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Coronavirus is a type of virus consisting of numerous strains that have been seen in animals including dogs, cats, cattle and chickens. These strains can cause gastrointestinal or respiratory illness, including Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP) in cats. Vaccinations have been used to preve…

With coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) now affecting many aspects of daily life, Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) representatives want residents to recognize the need to take care of their mental health along with protecting themselves from disease.

The Cheyenne Laramie County Health Department has received notification of an additional three individuals who have tested positive for COVID-19. The individuals are all located in Cheyenne and are not family members. The addition of these new cases brings the total in the city to 11. The ne…

On Tuesday March 24, 2020 the Cheyenne Laramie County Health Department received notification of an individual testing positive for COVID-19. The individual is in their late 40’s and lives in Cheyenne. The individual has had contact with another patient who previously tested positive. Larami…

On Saturday, March 21, 2020 the Cheyenne Laramie County Health Department received notification of an individual testing positive for COVID-19. The individual is in their 20’s and lives in Cheyenne. The individual has no known close contact with any others who previously tested positive and …

Camp Guernsey will not allow general public access to post due to concerns surrounding the recent national COVID-19 threat. This includes, but is not limited to: the gym, dining facility, general store, and the all ranks club. Business deliveries will continue as scheduled.

As a friendly reminder, we ask residents to flush only the 3P’s down the toilet: pee, pooh and TP (toilet paper). Flushing baby wipes, cleaning wipes, paper towels, napkins, tissues, or any other paper products may result in a sewer backup in your home and/or your neighbors’ home. 

You can tell that Sgt. 1st Class Sarah Spieker loves her job. The smile on her face when she talks about her life in the military and working as an intelligence analyst for the counterdrug program is unmistakable. She’s assigned to the Division of Criminal Investigation (DCI) south enforceme…

 In light of the recent order by City County Health to close specified dining, entertainment, and recreational venues for two weeks, I am calling on brick and mortar business owners throughout the community to respect the spirit of this order and do your part to help. Curtail your hours. Lim…

As of March 19, 2020, the Cheyenne Police Department’s front lobby will be closed until further notice. We want to assure our community that if there is a crime in progress or something that requires emergency response, that officers will still be responding.

Due to the evolving nature of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the City of Cheyenne has created a webpage specific to COVID-19 related information.

In light of the pandemic case of COVID-19 and in response to the Center for Disease Control’s (CDC) recommendations to limit social contact, the City of Cheyenne is taking the following measures as broken down by department.  This will continue through the end of the month and re-evaluated a…

The Chamber is canceling all gatherings scheduled through April 3rd.  We will evaluate the climate at that time and let you know how we will proceed.  Here at the Chamber our first priority is your health.  Beyond the health concerns we know that businesses will be challenged by financial is…

All public meetings or tours scheduled or unscheduled at Cheyenne Fire Rescue Stations and the department’s Training Complex have been cancelled until further notice because of the ongoing threat of COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.

We are currently working to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus as much as possible. With this comes closures and deviations to our everyday operations, although there are no cases of COVID-19 at F.E. Warren AFB.

Lab testing at the Wyoming Public Health Laboratory has identified the second known case in the state with coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), according to the Wyoming Department of Health (WDH).

Laramie County School District 1 Superintendent Boyd Brown has issued a statement concerning the school district's response to the Coronavirus.  Please click here.

Governor Mark Gordon signed an Executive Order declaring a State of Emergency in Wyoming today in response to the nationwide coronavirus pandemic. The proactive measure allows the Governor to more quickly activate the Wyoming National Guard in the event it is necessary and also makes state b…

The Cheyenne Animal Shelter announced Thursday that in an effort to prevent the further spreading of COVID-19, they have made the very difficult decision to postpone the Fur Ball: The Great Catsby that had been scheduled for this Saturday, March 14th to take place at the Little America Hotel…

With the concerns rising over the Coronavirus (COVID-19), we would like to assure you that Cheyenne Little Theatre Players is committed to the safety and health of everyone who visits our theatre, from our patrons, actors, volunteers, and employees.

While the current risk of transmission in Wyoming is still low, the overall situation surrounding coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) continues to become more concerning, according to the Wyoming Department of Health (WDH).

The Wyoming Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association is canceling an event scheduled for Wednesday, March 11, because of concerns about the Coronavirus.  The association had planned to host an Alzheimer’s and Dementia Community Forum.  It was going to be a town hall type of discussion, to be h…

Parking is a controversial subject in downtown Cheyenne. As the DDA (Downtown Development Authority) works with downtown merchants to bring more shoppers to the area, the City of Cheyenne is at work on a proposed parking ordinance, which some merchants fear could work against them, as the or…

Jordan Lampus, a missing 22-year old woman from Pennsylvania who mysteriously disappeared last week, February 21, has been found in Seattle, according to family members, and CBS2 Pittsburgh. 

Cheyenne Fire Rescue responded to a fire at a residence in the 1200 block of Monroe Avenue Monday evening

While the number of reported cases of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) continues to grow around the world, the current risk of an outbreak is still low in Wyoming, according to the Wyoming Department of Health (WDH).