BOPU officials say the fire poses a potential threat to the reservoir and in turn Cheyenne’s drinking water as ash, sediment and debris from the fire could be added to the water at the source, making it harder to treat or even clogging pipes.
307 First held their free BBQ in Cheyenne Tuesday afternoon. The event welcomed Wyoming-based businesses and invited community members to a social setting with free BBQ made by the award-winning Swine & Stein Team. Businesses set up booths in the parking lot as community members enjoyed BBQ and engaging with Cheyenne’s local businesses.
The Wyoming Association of Municipalities (WAM) President Mayor Scott Dellinger of Mountain View announced today the commencement of a statewide effort by WAM to educate Wyoming citizens about Constitutional Amendment A, a critical ballot measure that will help ensure safe and reliable infrastructure in communities across the state.
The prospect that President Donald Trump and Senate Republicans will fill Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Supreme Court seat before the year is out has ignited a call for major changes on the court, including expanding the number of justices.
he Department of Family Services is one of the many agencies that will be receiving budget cuts in efforts to balance the state budget. They have laid out their step 2 budget reduction plan that outlines all the operational and personnel adjustments they will be making in response of the financial cut.
The Mullen Fire has burned 14,000 acres, and is rapidly approaching the Keystone Area. Albany County Emergency Management Agency requested the evacuation of the area to better allow firefighters to focus on mitigation.
“The location of the fire is by our main drinking water reservoir, Rob Roy,” stated Clint Bassett, Water Treatment Manager. “We do not know the impact of the Mullen Fire at this time, but the location suggests there may be some adverse effects to the City of Cheyenne’s water collection system and water quality.”
Governor Mark Gordon, pursuant to a directive from the White House reflecting the U.S. Flag Code, has ordered both the U.S. and State of Wyoming flags be flown at half-staff statewide immediately on Friday, September 18, 2020, for the death of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
The new facility, which is expected to be completed in the fall of 2021 according to Wyoming Rescue Mission Executive Director Brad Hopkins, will be located across the street from the Mission’s Park Street facility.
A former Democratic North Dakota House minority leader who lost his legislative seat to a Republican newcomer four years ago is asking the state Supreme Court to remove the lawmaker from the November ballot.
The University of Wyoming administration will develop a $42.3 million biennial budget reduction plan for the Board of Trustees to consider at its November meeting, following action by the board Thursday.
The Wyoming Republican Party has voted to censure a member of the Natrona County delegation for her role in founding a nonpartisan political action committee that gave money to some Democratic candidates.