The post-pandemic LCSD-1 Lunch program changes from free lunches back to reduced and free lunches based on home income, but it seems not everyone is aware. This week’s outstanding lunch debt balance is close to $8,000 dollars.
As news splashes headlines about the Biden administration tapping Venezuela for oil, we spoke with Wyoming mineral authorities about what this might mean for Wyoming. Wyoming state mineral sector leaders are at a loss about the recent federal decision to resume limited drilling for Venezuelan oil. This news comes after a federal limit on national digging for additional resources due to environmental concerns.
After Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Small Businesses Saturday, Giving Tuesday is a global campaign focusing on giving back during the holidays.“Its a huge opportunity to for us to support things in our community and thats what giving tuesday is about,” said Bryan Pedersen, Co-Chair of United Way of Laramie County.
Cheyenne city planners gear down the 2022 construction season, but that doesn’t mean that building has stopped completely. As weather permits, they still work on current housing units and anticipate next spring’s projects.
Mark is one of our friendly neighborhood sanitation workers, working hard to empty our garbage bins and doing it all with a friendly personality and a smile on his face. As we head into the cold, winter months... It might be worth it to give your garbage truck drivers and sanitation workers a little bit of thanks.