The Air Force plans to begin military construction activities as early as 2023 at F.E. Warren AFB, Wyoming, as it moves forward in the process of replacing the aging Minuteman III ICBMs with the Ground Based Strategic Deterrent.
we had the chance to speak with the Attorney General, prompt him with questions regarding the current relationship between law enforcement and the American public. Adding how the U.S. Justice Department means to reassure the public the police are there to protect & serve the american people.
A rabbit recently found in the town of Hillsdale, WY has tested positive for Tularemia. Tularemia is a disease from the bacteria Francisella tularensis and is typically found in animals, especially rabbits, rodents and hares.
The recently completed Judge Joseph M. Carey Cheyenne City Center (300 W. 17th St.) will host all Municipal Court proceedings beginning Monday, August 31st. Business hours remain the same: 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
The Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) has issued a warning about the rising dangers of a blue-green algae bloom in the City of Cheyenne Board of Public Utilities’ (Board) Lower North Crow Reservoir which is located at the John and Annie Woodhouse Recreation and Wildlife Habitat Area 27 miles northwest of Cheyenne.
Cheyenne Local Anna Cothren is bringing a ‘Fine Art Gallery’, to the City of Cheyenne. The grand opening for the Powder River Art Gallery will be August 14th from 4-7 p.m. The opening will have displays of local and national artists with a variety of wondrous paintings of Western, Native American and Contemporary Native American genre’s.
The Laramie County Conservation District (LCCD) teamed up with Rotary Clubs of Cheyenne to improve water quality in Crow Creek by installing multiple Gutter Bins® stormwater filtration systems in May 2019.
Taco John’s is showing its support for local youth and families with a three-year commitment to donate $10,000 annually to The Friends of Youth Alternatives Endowment, which supports The Office of Youth Alternatives.
Wyoming Main Street along with other other local Main Street organizations kicked off the Wyo Wednesday with the theme, “Be a Tourist In Your Own Town.” The movement is aimed to have people support small businesses in this town. The first shop the Downtown Development Authority (DDA) made for #WyoWednesday was the Diamond Horseshoe Cafe off of Central Avenue.
Musical Director William Intriligator for the Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra is excited to inform the community with the phrase, “We’re back”. After a long few months, the pandemic has thrown a wrench in the concert performance plans of the Orchestra. Cancelling almost all of their plans.
Three options voters can take this year are Absentee voting which has grown in popularity. Early voting which many Cheyenne citizens have opted to doing now. Then of course in-house voting on election day.
The Wyoming High School Activities Association (WHSAA) announced that fall sports was scheduled to happen this upcoming school year. According to Cheyenne Central Athletic Director, Chad Whitworth, the decision was made through a partnership between the school districts, the WHSAA, the county and state department.