Gray is running for Secretary of State, and has been a supporter of Trump’s claims of the 2020 election. His campaign ads include promising to make “insecure ballot drop boxes used to commit fraud” and to make ballot manipulation and cheating a felony. Gray, a Republican state legislator representing House District 57, is running against fellow republicans Tara Nethercot, and Mark Armstrong.
While the program is not a rehabilitation center, patients work with staff during their stay to create a personalized discharge plan based on their needs. After being discharged the patient will be ready to move into the recovery phase of addiction.
In the filing, the plaintiffs argue that the abortion ban violates the Wyoming Constitution’s guarantee of right to health care access. They are also arguing the ban would cause “irreparable harm” to residents and abortion providers in the state.
The Wyoming Breast Cancer Initiative will host its annual Pink Ribbon Run in Cheyenne on August 6th. The event raises money for grants to help those battling breast cancer with treatments and early detection. The organization has already surpassed their initial goal of 30 thousand dollars and hopes to raise five thousand more by Saturday.
Imagine playing softball, and not being able to hear much. Well, you’ve put yourself in Branden’s shoes. He’s partially deaf in his left ear, which means once he leaves the dugout, there’s another challenge awaiting him on the field.
The idea for the sculpture was sparked after Navarro saw news coverage of wind turbine blades being disposed of at the Casper Solid Waste Facility. Navarro is known for his large bronze sculptures, and wanted to use the blades to create in a new medium.
“Casper’s centrally located in the state, it’s a very good place to put a tanker base to help support everywhere in the state of Wyoming,” said U.S. Forest Service Rocky Mountain Region Air Tanker Specialist Robby Cline.
Candidates are required to file the report, regardless of whether or not they accept contributions or spend money on their campaigns. Persons found guilty of violating campaign finance statutes are subject to criminal charges. State law provides a civil penalty of up to $200 per day for candidates and their campaign committees who fail to file the report.
We sat down with Superintendent dr. Margaret Crespo to address the concerns some parents are voicing regarding books in the LCSD1 school system. During the last LCSD1 board meeting, community members took issue with some titles with “concerning text” they had found from a Facebook message post about books in school libraries.
With its iconic engine, billowing smoke and loud hoots, the big boy steam engine is off.It pushed off from Cheyenne this morning, making its way down south to Denver. Thursday marks the 160th anniversary of the Union Pacific.Big Boy steam engines like this one were used to carry services and goods across this nation while it was being built.
One of the best parts of going to Cheyenne Frontier Days is the food! From the classic favorites of turkey legs to corn dogs and lemonade. There’s something familiar and something new every year. This year folks can look forward to new sweet and savory sandwiches, to even a donut grilled chicken sandwich. If you’re feeling like something more exotic, there’s Chinese food, spicy corn Elote.
The Sugarloaf Mountain fire remains active this afternoon near Laramie Peak, in the Medicine Bow National Forest. The fire is around 400 acres in size as of this afternoon, it was first reported yesterday, and according to Albany County Emergency Management, it prompted evacuations late last night.
It’s a piece of local flavor and history for all to enjoy. Cheyenne Frontier Days had its Parade Tuesday morning. Families and locals were out to see the festivities alongside visitors from out of state.” I planned. I bought tickets for the rodeo in January, so I’m staying here for 3 days... I fell in love with rodeos,” said John McKinney, visiting from Massachusetts.
Women of all ages, or rather cowgirls, were celebrated today. At the kick-off brunch and fashion show at Little American Monday morning.“To come in and keep the history of women in the west alive. We hear a lot about the cowboys. But actually, it was the women who tamed the west,” said Sharon Russell, former President of Cowgirls of the West.
Pro-choice advocates in Wyoming are now trying to halt Wyoming’s pending abortion ban, through the courts. Governor Gordon certified Wyoming’s abortion trigger bill Friday. The bill is anticipated to go into effect on Wednesday according to authorities. A lawsuit filed in Teton county aims to slow or stop the process.
“If we keep continuing to keep seeing the drying tend that we have now we’ll definitely start seeing stage two then a full fire ban might take effect before too long if we continue down this same road,” said Oliver.
There are a variety of ways these fires can start, but the best way to prevent them is with regular service checks. Many mechanic shops are in the practice of checking over a vehicle when it is brought in for oil changes.
A large part of Cheyenne Frontier Days is the military. Its history here in Wyoming and involvement in the community. With Fort D.A. Russell Days, visitors can get a glimpse of that commitment.As CFD kicks off their festivities this week, so does the military, with historical re-enactment and displays. Fort D.A. Russell is one of the oldest continuously operated bases of national defense.
We contacted all of the candidates filing for Mills Mayor via email to learn more about them. Below are the candidates running for mayor. The information was written by the candidates and unedited by Wyoming News Now.
"I have certified House Bill 92 following the Attorney General’s analysis. I believe that the decision to regulate abortion is properly left to the states. As a pro-life Governor, my focus will continue to be on ensuring we are doing all we can to support Wyoming mothers, children and families." - Governor Mark Gordon
The threat of zebra and quagga mussels to Wyoming’s waters is closer than ever before. Last week zebra mussels were discovered in Pactola Reservoir, located 13 miles west of Rapid City, South Dakota, in the Black Hills. The reservoir is only 27 miles from the Wyoming border and is a popular boating destination for Wyoming and South Dakota residents.