“I study the forecasts like every day two or three different sites it looks like maybe next Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday we may get a round of snow making in so if we get anywhere from 10 to 12 hours, we will start making snow,” said Smith.
Wyoming Equality is making sure the LGBTQ+ community has a place to belong during this holiday season.“The holidays can be a rough time for LGBTQ, particularly the very young and the very old. Wyoming Equality is trying to offer some state-wide resources for folks who maybe dont have a safe and loving place to be,” said Sara Burlingame, Executive Director for Wyoming Equality.
Hanukkah festivities kicked off at the Capitol on Dec. 1st, with a Menorah lighting ceremony.“Its a fantastic celebration that brings together people of all backgrounds and all faiths for a gathering of unity, light, warmth, and the story of the jewish celebration of Hanukkah, ”said Rabbi Chabad Zakman Mendelsohn. Wednesday marked the second day of Hanukkah. Governor Mark Gordon, elected leaders and the Jewish community gathered today to celebrate the season.
Tuesday the Wyoming Game and Fish Commission took the first step in the process to address the court’s concerns to delist grizzly bears in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. The Commission approved a revised tri-state Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) regarding the management and allocation of discretionary mortality of grizzly bears in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.
"Today’s action by the Wyoming Game and Fish Commission is a crucial step in Wyoming’s efforts to regain management of grizzly bears. The updated Memorandum of Agreement between Idaho and Montana continues a long tradition of working together with our sister states. "
Multiple Wyoming energy companies have joined together to kick off the thirty-second annual Energy Share of Wyoming season. The program which begins accepting applications on December 1, 2021 was started to assist individuals with energy-related emergencies when unusual circumstances create financial needs not met through existing energy assistance programs. Voluntary contributions from sponsors and individuals support the program that runs through the spring of 2022.
On December 1st, the Legislative Corporations Committee will have a statewide meeting at the Capitol. It is to align plans for redistricting. After each census, redistricting takes place to account for the change in populations.
There was a Medical Freedom Coalition rally at the Capitol on Tuesday. Demonstrators showed their support with hand-made signs touting slogans against the vaccine mandate and federal regulations that are coming into effect. As the OSHA vaccine deadline approaches, all Federal workers must be vaccinated by the beginning of the year or face termination.
The Salvation Army wants to break the cycle of poverty, addiction, and behavior that leads to incarceration. WyStepUp’s focus is to help women find strength in themselves, their community, and their approach to life, so they have a better chance to transition into a self-sufficient way of life.
Kinder says each clinic has seen over 300 people, with those numbers increasing due to kids being eligible. Now that all adults over the age of 18 can receive their booster dose, CNCHD is prepared to see more people.
Own It! strives to recognize women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) at UW. The celebration serves to help increase the visibility of an often-overlooked group in STEM, which can be fundamental in encouraging women to participate in science. Own It! strives to recognize women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) at UW. The celebration serves to help increase the visibility of an often-overlooked group in STEM, which can be fundamental in encouraging women to participate in science.
Governor Gordon announced on Nov. 19 that there are more than $3 billion in proposals that the Strike Team is evaluating. Many of these proposals will not qualify for the $1 billion of ARP funds, but could qualify for other one-time funds or be funded through the new Infrastructure funding package.
t’s the holiday season at the Capitol, and it’s starting to get decorative. The State of Wyoming Ground Workers have started to put up the holiday decorations in the Capitol. The Menorah for Hanukkah, which has been at the Governor’s mansion, will be lit entirely and brought to the Capitol for a lighting ceremony on Dec. 1st.
“What we hope to do is just expand the amount of science that we can infuse within our community whether that means having more opportunities to go into schools and do field trips or opportunities for more families to come here,” said Education Specialist Colleen Burridge.