Laramie County School District 1′s Nutrition Services will continue to provide free meals for children ages 18 months to 18 years from Monday, June 21 through Friday, Aug. 13. Each bag will contain a breakfast and a lunch.
The Cheyenne Police Department received the Public Sector Excellence Award at Tyler Technologies’ Conference in April. The department was acknowledged for utilizing the Records system in their Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion (LEAD) Program.
70 years ago reverend Billy Graham stood on the U.S. Capitol steps and challenged Congress to set a day of prayer every year to encourage people to pray for the nation. Days later that was signed into law under President Truman.
Acting United States Attorney Bob Murray announced today that Holli Telford Lundahl, age 64 of Oelrichs, South Dakota was convicted by a jury on charges of three counts of health care fraud and two counts of aggravated identity theft after a one-week trial in the United States District Court for the District of Wyoming.
Rebecca Murray has been a teacher at Johnson Junior High School since 2005. On Wednesday, surrounded by a state leader, Laramie County School District 1 leaders and her students, she was named LCSD1's Teacher of the Year.
The owner of Sprouts Greenhouse, Griffin Sprout said the pandemic created something of a perfect storm for gardening, with many first time gardeners showing up ready to try their hand at growing their own food.
At the Lincoln theatre resides the stage used by Cheyenne’s finest in musical and artistic talents. There, they display their gifts and share their passion with the world. Cheyenne’s very own ballet group, Reformation Dance Company, will be center stage this Saturday May 8th, at 7pm presenting the community with their new performance which, you may find oddly appealing. However, it is “Strangely Beautiful”.
as a part of our economy development role here, we feel like working with our partners at the Greater Cheyenne Chamber, the DDA and also Visit Cheyenne. We really need to reinvest and reinvigorate the downtown.”
Weather permitting, work will begin Wednesday near Albin on Wyoming Highway 216 between mile markers 12.6-13. After crews wrap up there, work will begin on WYO 214 near Carpenter between mile markers 6.3-7.1.
The Cheyenne Veterans Affairs Health Care System announced Friday that hundreds of doses of both the Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) and Moderna vaccines are available at a May 15 vaccination clinic for Veterans, their spouse and caregivers.
The Oregon Trail Community Foundation (OTCF) in conjunction with the City of Gering, Scotts Bluff National Monument and Rural Radio Network are proud to announce, “IGNITE GIVING” Monument Laser Light Show as the Official Kickoff Event for WyoBraska GIVES on Saturday, May 1, 2021 at 8:30 pm.
From 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 pm Friday night, the Delbert Anderson Trio will be performing at the Cheyenne Frontier Days Old West Museum for “Jazz Night.” But those aren’t the only opportunities the Cheyenne community has to be involved with the musicians.
As more Wyoming State Parks and Sites begin to re-open for summer, Quebec 01 formally announced their open date as May 1. Quebec 01 is a missile historic site north of Cheyenne, and has only been open for a short time.
Visit Cheyenne announced the results of its fall campaign Thursday showing at least 7,700 people visited Laramie County spending more than $1.3 million between September and February as a direct result of being exposed to Visit Cheyenne’s marketing messages.
"Offering exciting opportunities for anyone around Casper, Cheyenne, Evanston, Pinedale, and Rock Springs to gain access to best-in-class tech tools that can take their creative projects to the next level."
Congresswoman Liz Cheney spoke to Wyoming reporters ahead of President Joe Biden’s address to Congress on Wednesday night. Beginning with criticisms of the Biden Administration’s policies on the border, environment and foreign policy.
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is proud to announce that Williams is the 2020 recipient of the Industry Wildlife Stewardship Award. The award honors companies whose primary mission is not wildlife-related and make a positive impact through development/improvement for the benefit of fish, wildlife or habitat.
Registrations are now being accepted for entry into the 3rd Annual Corgi Derby, hosted by Pine Bluffs Distilling and the Cheyenne Animal Shelter on Saturday, May 1 from 2-4 p.m. Join us on the day of the Kentucky Derby for our very own races at Pine Bluffs Distilling (322 North Beech Street) – with corgis!