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.
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.
For the very first time, a Cheyenne student has been named one of the nation’s top Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) finalists. 13-year-old Shelby Hoobler from Carey Junior High School joins the top 30 in the nation with her project: Leave it to Beaver Dam Analogs...to Change Soil Moisture.
The Cheyenne City Council says there are issues with the Cheyenne Splash Pad and the city may not be paying for it until it’s fixed.At a meeting earlier this week, the council discussed withholding the final payment to Vortex, the company constructing the aquatic play area, until the pad is functioning properly.
This week will be the official launch of the Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion (LEAD) Program.LEAD is a collaborative pre-arrest diversion program between the community and law enforcement that diverts arrests for misdemeanor nonviolent offenses that occur due to substance use, mental health, and poverty.
“Our daughter had an adverse reaction, so we did a lot of research and decided to have her be vaccine free, a decision that we didn’t come to lightly,” emphasized Miller. Although some would steer clear of controversial topics, this mom and author thought the importance of it outweighed her fear of criticism.
The Community Recreation & Events (CRE) Department “Reflections” Photo Contest & Exhibit will be held Thursday, January 7th through Tuesday, February 16th, 2021 at the Cheyenne Civic Center (510 W 20th St.).