Magic City celebrates 50 years. -VoSot- Cheyenne News Now at 5:30 pm - VOD - clipped version
Updated: Oct. 12, 2021 at 10:40 PM CDT
Magic City is celebrating its 50th anniversary Friday.
The workforce organization is celebrating with members from the last 50 years, after 18 months of pandemic lockdown.
Former board and staff members will be in attendance. About 150 former and current staff are expected for tonight’s company celebration.
The crowd at Harriet Hageman’s election watch party was ready for a win, and boy did Hageman deliver, with a lead of over 30 percent over the incumbent. The crowd was electric, cheering and clapping for Hageman’s speech on Wyoming values and American ideals. In a landslide vote, Hageman, the new congressional leader, now becomes Wyoming’s GOP Nominee for the U.S. House Representative and will take on Democrat Lynette Greybull in the general elections.
As the voting season heats up, many may ask about where and how to vote, but others are asking if their votes are secure and counted.
Voter security has found itself under the spotlight in recent times. The need to verify voters is a real focus.
Teton County District Judge Melissa Owens granted a preliminary junction Wednesday that delays the enforcement of Wyoming’s abortion ban. In the wake of the decision, abortion access advocates have noted their positive feelings over the decision.