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Wolves' return to Oregon brings conflict and opportunity | Wyoming News Wolves' return to Oregon brings conflict and opportunity
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Wolves were once so plentiful in the abundant forests that would become Oregon that the earliest settlers gathered from far and wide to discuss how to kill them.
Wyoming News | November 24, 2017
Holiday closures 11-24-17 | Wyoming News Holiday closures 11-24-17
The following closures are related to the Thanksgiving holiday:
Wyoming News | November 24, 2017
Salvation Army takes Thanksgiving meals to Cheyenne residents in need | Wyoming News Salvation Army takes Thanksgiving meals to Cheyenne residents in need
CHEYENNE – It was around 10:30 a.m. Thursday morning when the Salvation Army Cheyenne Corps’ Thanksgiving assembly line kicked into high gear.
Wyoming News | November 24, 2017
Chamber of Commerce considers light rail system for Cheyenne | Wyoming News Chamber of Commerce considers light rail system for Cheyenne
CHEYENNE – The local chamber of commerce wants to find out if passenger rail service from Cheyenne to cities up and down the Front Range would succeed.
Wyoming News | November 24, 2017
Thanksgiving holiday closures 11-23-17 | Wyoming News Thanksgiving holiday closures 11-23-17
The following closures are related to today’s Thanksgiving holiday:
Wyoming News | November 24, 2017
Charitable Laramie County tradition to kick off Friday | Wyoming News Charitable Laramie County tradition to kick off Friday
CHEYENNE – A decades-old Laramie County charitable tradition will kick off Friday as the Wyoming Tribune Eagle partners with American Legion Post 6 to provide meals to needy families.
Wyoming News | November 24, 2017
Cheyenne firefighters kick off bike drive | Wyoming News Cheyenne firefighters kick off bike drive
CHEYENNE – City firefighters are already exceeding expectations in their first bicycle drive.
Wyoming News | November 24, 2017
U.S. Forest Service weighs changes to protections for sage grouse | Wyoming News U.S. Forest Service weighs changes to protections for sage grouse
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — The U.S. Forest Service is rethinking protection plans for sage grouse in six Western states after a U.S. court agreed with mining companies and others that the agency illegally created some safeguards in Nevada.
Wyoming News | November 24, 2017
To our readers: Reporter sex case handled poorly | Wyoming News To our readers: Reporter sex case handled poorly
WTE readers,
Wyoming News | November 24, 2017
Klaassen sworn in as U.S. Attorney for Wyoming, leaves vacancy on school board | Wyoming News Klaassen sworn in as U.S. Attorney for Wyoming, leaves vacancy on school board
CHEYENNE – Wyoming has a new chief federal law enforcement officer, which also means there’s a vacancy on a local school district’s board of trustees.
Wyoming News | November 24, 2017
Man Wanted in Laramie County for Forgery [VIDEO] | KGAB Man Wanted in Laramie County for Forgery [VIDEO]
The Laramie County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help in finding 32-year-old Vincent Ward. Continue reading…
KGAB | November 23, 2017
Police blotter 11-21-17 | Wyoming News Police blotter 11-21-17
Recently arrested by the Cheyenne Police Department:
Wyoming News | November 23, 2017
Everyone gives, Everyone gains 11-20-17 | Wyoming News Everyone gives, Everyone gains 11-20-17
We believe everyone can give something to those in need, and when that happens, everyone benefits. That’s why we created “Everyone gives, Everyone gains,” a way to highlight how you can help people in need. To get your item listed…
Wyoming News | November 23, 2017
U.S. Rep. DeGette says ex-congressman Filner tried to kiss her | Wyoming News U.S. Rep. DeGette says ex-congressman Filner tried to kiss her
DENVER (AP) — U.S. Rep. Diana DeGette alleges that former California congressman Bob Filner tried to kiss her in an elevator while they were serving in Congress together.
Wyoming News | November 23, 2017
Local briefs 11-22-17 | Wyoming News Local briefs 11-22-17
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Wyoming News | November 23, 2017
Temporary outdoor ice rink returns Dec. 1 to downtown Cheyenne | Wyoming News Temporary outdoor ice rink returns Dec. 1 to downtown Cheyenne
CHEYENNE – The temporary outdoor ice rink that became a popular gathering place last year soon will return to the Cheyenne Depot Plaza.
Wyoming News | November 23, 2017
Cheyenne’s COMEA House to open for daytime hours, relax alcohol policy | Wyoming News Cheyenne’s COMEA House to open for daytime hours, relax alcohol policy
CHEYENNE – People living in homeless situations will soon have another option for daytime shelter in Cheyenne.
Wyoming News | November 23, 2017
Cheyenne MPO puts forward plan to connect southeast Greenway projects | Wyoming News Cheyenne MPO puts forward plan to connect southeast Greenway projects
CHEYENNE – There are plans to add many miles of Greenway southeast of town.
Wyoming News | November 23, 2017
UW to raise student fees, hire 20 advisers | Wyoming News UW to raise student fees, hire 20 advisers
LARAMIE – The University of Wyoming is raising and reorganizing its program fees, in part to support roughly 20 new advisers the university plans to hire.
Wyoming News | November 22, 2017
Wind gusts top 60 mph, trucks topple on I-25 | Wyoming News Wind gusts top 60 mph, trucks topple on I-25
CHEYENNE – With wind gusts topping 60 miles per hour Monday, semitractor-trailer combinations were tottering and tipping on highways near Cheyenne.
Wyoming News | November 22, 2017
City Council committee recommends larger employee bonuses | Wyoming News City Council committee recommends larger employee bonuses
CHEYENNE – The City Council’s Finance Committee on Monday recommended using more of the last fiscal year’s $1.8 million budget surplus on employee bonuses after hearing from the employee association president.
Wyoming News | November 22, 2017
Cheyenne man sentenced to probation for causing an injury crash | Wyoming News Cheyenne man sentenced to probation for causing an injury crash
CHEYENNE – A local man was sentenced Monday in Laramie County District Court to probation after speeding away from law enforcement officers last year and causing an injury crash on Yellowstone Road.
Wyoming News | November 22, 2017
U.S. Rig Count Up By 8 This Week To 923; Wyoming Up 4 | KGAB U.S. Rig Count Up By 8 This Week To 923; Wyoming Up 4
The weekly tabulation, normally released on Friday, was distributed early this week because of the Thanksgiving holiday. Continue reading…
KGAB | November 22, 2017
UW students demand improved campus safety | Wyoming News UW students demand improved campus safety
LARAMIE – Amid a surge of sexual assault allegations, confessions and discussions across the nation, many at the University of Wyoming are examining – and questioning – the way UW handles sexual assault.
Wyoming News | November 22, 2017
Cheyenne Firefighters Selling Christmas Trees For Charity | KGAB Cheyenne Firefighters Selling Christmas Trees For Charity
Proceeds from the sale of the trees will go to a pair of local charities. Continue reading…
KGAB | November 22, 2017
Cheyenne church to discontinue Thanksgiving Day meal after 33 years | Wyoming News Cheyenne church to discontinue Thanksgiving Day meal after 33 years
CHEYENNE – After 33 years of serving free Thanksgiving Day meals to the community, a Cheyenne church has called it quits.
Wyoming News | November 22, 2017
WyoSports writer pleads guilty to third-degree sexual assault | Wyoming News WyoSports writer pleads guilty to third-degree sexual assault
Sisco Molina, 25, of Cheyenne has pleaded guilty to one count of third-degree sexual assault in Albany County District Court in Laramie.
Wyoming News | November 22, 2017
Casper Police Deny Involvement in Disappearance of Thomas Gobbles | KGAB Casper Police Deny Involvement in Disappearance of Thomas Gobbles
Federal authorities have not commented on his disappearance. Continue reading…
KGAB | November 22, 2017
Cheyenne BOPU Issues 'FOG Clog' Warning | KGAB Cheyenne BOPU Issues 'FOG Clog' Warning
Pouring melted grease and oils down the drain could cause big problems with your sewer system. Continue reading…
KGAB | November 22, 2017
Forest Service Weighs Changes to Protections for Sage Grouse | KGAB Forest Service Weighs Changes to Protections for Sage Grouse
But the government did impose restrictions on land use. Continue reading…
KGAB | November 22, 2017
Cheyenne Man Charged with Murder Waives Speedy Hearing | KGAB Cheyenne Man Charged with Murder Waives Speedy Hearing
A 21-year-old Cheyenne man accused of shooting and killing his roommate has waived his right to a speedy preliminary hearing. Continue reading…
KGAB | November 22, 2017
Cheyenne Man Gets Probation in Crash That Injured Nephew | KGAB Cheyenne Man Gets Probation in Crash That Injured Nephew
A Cheyenne man who led authorities on a chase down Yellowstone Road last year that resulted in an injury accident has been sentenced to four years of probation. Continue reading…
KGAB | November 21, 2017
Riverton Student Survives Rollover Crash Thanks to Seat Belt | KGAB Riverton Student Survives Rollover Crash Thanks to Seat Belt
Muehler had been southbound on Wyoming 789 when a deer walked into the roadway, Wyoming Highway Patrol Trooper Eli Miller told WYDOT. Continue reading…
KGAB | November 21, 2017
Mark Klaassen Sworn In As New Wyoming U.S. Attorney | KGAB Mark Klaassen Sworn In As New Wyoming U.S. Attorney
The U.S. Attorney's Office is responsible for prosecuting federal crimes including crimes related to public corruption, child exploitation, firearms, and narcotics. Continue reading…
KGAB | November 21, 2017
Cheyenne Residents Needed For City Boards | KGAB Cheyenne Residents Needed For City Boards
Volunteers are needed for a wide range of city boards. Continue reading…
KGAB | November 21, 2017
Jackpot: Men Arrested In Teton County Charged With ATM Thefts in Utah, Colorado | KGAB Jackpot: Men Arrested In Teton County Charged With ATM Thefts in Utah, Colorado
Malicious software, "malware," was installed in the ATMs to withdraw cash in a computer attack called "jackpotting." Continue reading…
KGAB | November 21, 2017
Wyoming Jobless Rate Increases Slightly In October | KGAB Wyoming Jobless Rate Increases Slightly In October
Wyoming's unemployment rate is quite a bit lower than it was this time last year, but the state labor force is also 2.6 percent smaller. Continue reading…
KGAB | November 21, 2017
Cheyenne Fire Urges Cooking Safety This Thanksgiving [VIDEO] | KGAB Cheyenne Fire Urges Cooking Safety This Thanksgiving [VIDEO]
Thanksgiving is fast approaching and Cheyenne Fire and Rescue is encouraging people to add fire safety to their turkey day menus. Continue reading…
KGAB | November 21, 2017
Denver woman speaks about coming out LGBT in a religious family | Wyoming News Denver woman speaks about coming out LGBT in a religious family
CHEYENNE – Coming out as LGBT could be the most frightening thing a person does in life.
Wyoming News | November 20, 2017
Unions: N.M. power plant contractors violating Navajo labor laws | Wyoming News Unions: N.M. power plant contractors violating Navajo labor laws
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — Unions that represent Navajo workers in New Mexico say tribal members are being passed over for jobs at a power plant on the reservation in violation of Navajo labor laws.
Wyoming News | November 20, 2017