Although made of fiberglass to reduce weight and cost, the huge blades that rotate the turbines can be longer than the wing of a large jumbo jet and weigh more than 5 tons each. As the industry adds thousands of new turbines a year, the problem of disposing of worn-out parts and blades has escalated, especially for local municipalities.
Sabita Shrestha says she was knocked into netting last June along with her daughter and a Snow King Mountain Resort employee after the employee failed to stop a moving chairlift to allow Shrestha and her daughter to board.
The driver failed to notice traffic was being detoured to an exit and collided with the back of a slow-moving 2020 Freightliner Penske truck. At the time of the crash, the road conditions were ice and snow-covered from snow blowing across the roadway.
Lamb was arrested on unrelated charges. Cheyenne Police Detectives have now forwarded an affidavit of probable cause to the Laramie County District Attorney supporting additional charges of Aggravated Child Abuse and Murder.
Western Vista Credit Union recently obtained office space in the City Center Building located at 1920 Thomes Avenue, in downtown Cheyenne. This comes as a necessary move for expansion from the company which has seen exceptional growth over the last few years.
Cheyenne city council approved of two resolutions Monday evening that create a pathway for Cheyenne in the technology and entrepreneurship field. The resolutions are to create a technology, innovation and entrepreneur advisory council.
"As of this week during the dark winter of the COVID-19 pandemic, more than 500,000 Americans have now died from the virus. That is more Americans who have died in a single year of this pandemic than in World War I, World War II, and the Vietnam War combined."
"Four of the five attackers leveraged anonymous VPN services physically located in the U.S. and Germany to hide their true locations. The attacker who did not use a VPN service appears to have connected from a residential broadband connection on the East Coast."
CSO continues the 2020-21 Season with Capricious Classics on Feb. 27, 2021 with performances at 2:00 PM and 7:30 PM, at the Cheyenne Civic Center. Social distancing measures will be in place and patrons will be required to wear masks, in compliance with the Laramie County mask mandate. The concerts will be performed without intermission and last about 90 minutes. The 7:30 PM performance will also be livestreamed for those who prefer to watch from the comfort of home.
This program, which is an extension of PUA established by the CARES Act, provides an additional 11 weeks of Unemployment Insurance benefits for those who are self-employed, independent contractors, gig economy workers, those who have exhausted their regular and extended benefits and others.
Dr. Elsey’s, a veterinarian-owned cat product brand, has finished completion on a production facility in the state capital of Wyoming. Located at Swan Ranch in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the brand’s new facility offers closer access to the source of silver sodium bentonite clay and better access to the railroad system used for product transportation.
Array’s seventh technology and design boot camp focusing on web and mobile application development will begin on March 1st. The Spring 2021 boot camp will run until the end of June, with over 500 instructional and project hours built into the curriculum.
The Department of Family Services collaborated with other state agencies and partners, including the Department of Workforce Services, to initiate the planning phase for the Emergency Rental Assistance Program.
Teton County – then part of Lincoln County – was considered too poor and had too few people to qualify for county status under the normal requirements in 1921, but it was considered too far, 200 miles, from the County seat in Kemmerer for residents in the Teton area to conduct business and take care of legal matters.