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Wyoming added to national addiction resource database | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | December 16, 2018
CHEYENNE – A national nonprofit focused on fighting addiction has created a database for Wyomingites looking to start a path to recovery.
N.D. company to pay back wages to Cheyenne employees | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | December 16, 2018
CHEYENNE – More than two dozen Cheyenne employees will be paid back wages following a U.S. Department of Labor investigation.
Laramie County Community Christmas ramps up | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | December 16, 2018
CHEYENNE – One of Laramie County’s largest efforts to provide holiday meals has seen a record-breaking number of requests for assistance.
Western Colorado cities expect big savings from solar power | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | December 16, 2018
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (AP) — Don't let the chilly air and shorter days fool you: Hundreds of solar panels located off Interstate 70 near Palisade are working just fine.
Cheyenne natives pen official city song | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | December 16, 2018
CHEYENNE – If there’s anyone who knows about hometown pride, it’s the four songwriters behind the new city song, “Cheyenne Anthem.”
Legislature starts ball rolling on replacing mainframe used by WYDOT, secretary of state | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | December 15, 2018
CHEYENNE – Wyoming is faced with a $68 million price tag to replace an aging computer system used by multiple state agencies including the Wyoming Department of Transportation. This week, lawmakers started getting the ball rolling on the long journey…
Cheyenne, Wheatland receive bomb threats in nationwide scare | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | December 15, 2018
CHEYENNE – At least seven local businesses and an elementary school in Wheatland received emailed bomb threats Thursday believed to be part of a nationwide scare.
Union Pacific still clearing October crash wreckage | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | December 15, 2018
CHEYENNE – Union Pacific officials have no definitive timeline for clearing the remainder of wreckage following a 56-train-car derailment Oct. 4.
Cheyenne MPO suggests stoplight at Whitney-U.S. 30 intersection | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | December 15, 2018
CHEYENNE – Local transportation planners are recommending an overhaul of a Whitney Road intersection where two deadly accidents sparked outrage this fall.
Mead appoints agency head, former county attorney as new district judge | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | December 15, 2018
CHEYENNE – Gov. Matt Mead on Thursday appointed a former Laramie County attorney and current director of the state Office of Administrative Hearings as the next Laramie County district judge.
Miranda Lambert added to 2019 Frontier Nights lineup | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | December 14, 2018
CHEYENNE – Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Miranda Lambert will join the Cheyenne Frontier Days 2019 night show lineup, officials announced Thursday.
Cheyenne splash pad fundraisers reach $300K goal | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | December 14, 2018
CHEYENNE –Supporters of a downtown Cheyenne splash pad have raised enough money to move forward with the project.
Teton County commissioners won’t oppose Cheney land bill | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | December 14, 2018
JACKSON – U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney won’t receive written pushback from Teton County about a bill that would loosen land protection in the Snake River Range and prevent the Bridger-Teton National Forest from inventorying new wilderness.
What you need to know about CPD’s new body cameras | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | December 14, 2018
CHEYENNE – Cheyenne police started using body cameras about 10 weeks ago, but on Wednesday, members of the media got a tutorial in how they’re going to be used and what footage could be released to the public.
Wyoming looking to use “rainy-day” fund in stock market | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | December 14, 2018
CHEYENNE – In an effort to bring more money into the state’s coffers, Wyoming’s state government could soon be using a part of its “rainy-day” fund to invest in the stock market. A proposed bill being worked on by the…
Historic Preservation Board may soon have airport fountain flowing again | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | December 14, 2018
CHEYENNE – This time last year, saving an old fountain outside a soon-to-be vacant airport terminal was almost out of the question.
Rock Springs Company Donates 50,582 Meals to Food Bank of the Rockies | KGAB
KGAB | December 14, 2018
This summer, the Food Bank consolidated its area operations at its warehouse in Evansville. Continue reading…
Cheyenne Hosts The Best Coffee Shop In Wyoming | KGAB
KGAB | December 14, 2018
In a time where coffee shops are a must in every city, which one is the best? Paramount Cafe in Cheyenne is the best coffee shop in the state, according to The Daily Meal. Continue reading…
Cheyenne's Critter Of The Week: Edgar | KGAB
KGAB | December 14, 2018
This week for your Cheyenne Critter of the Week is Edgar the kitten. Continue reading…
​Burns Bank Robbery Conspirator Wanted for Probation Violation | KGAB
KGAB | December 14, 2018
The Laramie County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help in finding 25-year-old Cory Dysart.​ Continue reading…
Firefighters Injured Battling House Fire North of Cheyenne | KGAB
KGAB | December 14, 2018
According to Laramie County Fire District #2, crews were called to 1875 Road 224 at 9:19 a.m. after the homeowner reported smoke and flames coming from the home. Continue reading…
Cheyenne Police Looking for Porch Pirates [PHOTOS] | KGAB
KGAB | December 14, 2018
Officer Kevin Malatesta says the thefts occurred around 2:30 p.m. Monday and involved a black Lincoln MKX. Continue reading…
Wyoming News | December 14, 2018
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…
Enzi stops vote on benefits for Vietnam Navy vets | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | December 13, 2018
CHEYENNE – U.S. Sen. Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., blocked an expedited vote Monday on a bill to restore benefits to a group of Vietnam War Navy veterans who say they’re suffering the effects of Agent Orange.
Wyoming farmers, senators applaud proposed water rules | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | December 13, 2018
CHEYENNE – The Trump administration proposed rollbacks on federal wetland protections Tuesday, a move some say will help Wyoming farmers, developers and miners do business.
Effort to let military spouses use out-of-state professional licenses fails | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | December 13, 2018
CHEYENNE – A bill to allow spouses of military servicemen and women stationed in Wyoming to use licensure from another state to start work immediately failed to move out of committee Tuesday.
Buffalo picked for potential new veterans’ skilled nursing facility | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | December 13, 2018
CHEYENNE – Lawmakers have named Buffalo as the site for a potential subsidized long-term treatment facility for veterans in Wyoming. The home of the Veterans’ Home of Wyoming beat out Sheridan and Casper for the potential new facility after hours…
Rawlins Elementary School student brings a handgun to campus | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | December 13, 2018
RAWLINS – A Rawlins Elementary School student was apprehended by local authorities Tuesday after bringing a handgun to campus.
Wyoming AG declares electronic “skill games” illegal gambling | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | December 13, 2018
CHEYENNE – Attorney General Peter Michael declared some video “skill games” illegal under Wyoming gambling laws Tuesday.
Wheatland School Reported Bomb Threat; No Device Was Found | KGAB
KGAB | December 13, 2018
The Platte County Sheriff’s Department assisted the Wyoming Highway Patrol. Continue reading…
Continuance Granted in Cheyenne Murder Case | KGAB
KGAB | December 13, 2018
Richmond is charged with first-degree murder in the Dec. 5 shooting death of 41-year-old John-Paul Birgenheier. Continue reading…
Froelicher Named New Laramie County District Court Judge | KGAB
KGAB | December 13, 2018
In a statement, Froelicher says he's committed to working diligently for the people of Laramie County and the State of Wyoming. Continue reading…
Cheyenne Man Gets 41 Months for Meth | KGAB
KGAB | December 13, 2018
Eric J. Ream, Jr. was arrested on May 13 after Cheyenne police caught him with 50.6 grams of methamphetamine. Continue reading…
Cow Elk Poached Near Lovell; Wyoming Authorities Seek Information | KGAB
KGAB | December 13, 2018
The carcass and remaining edible portions were thrown over a guardrail and abandoned. Continue reading…
Cheyenne Police Respond to Bogus Bomb Threats | KGAB
KGAB | December 13, 2018
Police say there's no evidence to suggest the threats, which have been reported nationwide, are credible. Continue reading…
The History Of Cheyenne's Hitching Post Inn | KGAB
KGAB | December 12, 2018
For nearly a century, The Hitching Post Inn was a Cheyenne icon, hosting movie stars, musicians, politicians, and four United States Presidents. Continue reading…
Cheyenne Has The Best Chinese Restaurant In The State | KGAB
KGAB | December 12, 2018
Right on E. Lincolnway in Cheyenne sits the best Chinese Restaurant in Wyoming, Good Friends, according to the Daily Meal. Continue reading…
60+ mph Wind Gusts Blasting Southeast Wyoming | KGAB
KGAB | December 12, 2018
A High Wind Warning is in effect for the area until 8 p.m. this evening. Continue reading…
Community Steps Up, Raises $300K for Cheyenne Splash Pad | KGAB
KGAB | December 12, 2018
Visit Cheyenne and its economic development partners announced Wednesday that they've raised the funds needed to construct a splash pad on the Depot Plaza. Continue reading…
Mead presents supplemental budget to lawmakers | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | December 11, 2018
CHEYENNE – Gov. Matt Mead laid out his last supplemental budget request Monday to members of the Legislature’s Joint Appropriations Committee.
Council delays vote to allow time for deal on sprinklers | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | December 11, 2018
CHEYENNE – City Council members on Monday postponed a final decision on controversial fire sprinkler requirements to allow time for a last-ditch effort at compromise.
City leases eastern Belvoir to NextEra Energy for wind farm | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | December 11, 2018
CHEYENNE –Renewable energy company NextEra Energy now has an additional 4,700 acres of eastern Belvoir Ranch land to use for wind energy development.
Gov.-elect Mark Gordon names more members of leadership team | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | December 11, 2018
CHEYENNE – Wyoming Gov.-elect Mark Gordon announced six new additions to his administration Monday, bringing together a team of seasoned policy advisers and experienced administrators.
Rawlins Student Takes Gun to School; No Direct Threat Made | KGAB
KGAB | December 11, 2018
The lockdown was subsequently lifted and normal school activities resumed. Continue reading…
Free Oil Changes With Canned Goods At Big O Tires In Cheyenne | KGAB
KGAB | December 11, 2018
If you bring in $25 worth of canned goods to Big O Tires, you will receive a voucher for one free oil change. Continue reading…
Cheyenne Officials Order Demolition of Hitching Post Inn | KGAB
KGAB | December 11, 2018
If the owner fails to comply with the order within 30 days, the city will begin the demolition process at the owner's expense. Continue reading…
Florida Man Arrested After Car Chase In Fremont County | KGAB
KGAB | December 11, 2018
The chase started when a Wyoming Highway Patrol trooper saw the vehicle with expired license plates. Continue reading…
Wyoming Attorney General Declares 'Skill Games' Illegal Gambling | KGAB
KGAB | December 11, 2018
Similarly, the opinion does not affect tribal gaming operations on the Wind River Indian Reservation. Continue reading…
'Cheyenne Anthem' Named Capital City's Official Song [VIDEO] | KGAB
KGAB | December 11, 2018
The tune celebrates the railroad's role in building Cheyenne, the military's ongoing patriotic presence and the city's western culture. Continue reading…
Would You Like Cheyenne To Adopt A New Alcohol Ordinance? [POLL] | KGAB
KGAB | December 11, 2018
Just last week in Riverton, the city council denied a proposal for a new alcohol ordinance, according to Billings Gazette. Continue reading…