CHEYENNE — A group of Wyomingites came together Friday at the state Capitol to voice their frustration with restrictions placed by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services on breakthrough Alzheimer’s medications.
CHEYENNE — They say never to mix family with business, but at Westby Edge Brewing Co., it’s in the name.
Drug overdoses are estimated to have killed more than 100,000 Americans in 2022 — more than any year before — and the driving force behind the…
CHEYENNE — First-graders at Jessup Elementary read aloud the Little Miss Muffet nursery rhyme. Rather than feeling familiar nerves associated …
CHEYENNE — Before the 2023 season started, Cheyenne Central forward Logan Custis wasn’t expecting to be a large part of the offense.
He might have been a generational voice of sports broadcasting, but Curt Gowdy never forgot where he came from.
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I can’t believe it is already June. Where has the time gone?? I drove to Cody this week to attend the Wyoming Association of Municipalities’ annual conference. I have lived in Wyoming for a very long time, and I have never seen it so green. F…
CHEYENNE – The Historic Boyd Building, located at 1720/1722 Carey Ave. in downtown Cheyenne, will salute to service and raise the American flag on top of the building for the first time in over a decade on June 26.
CHEYENNE – On Monday, the Cheyenne Board of Public Utilities will begin valve repair work on East Carlson Street that will result in a full closure between Powderhouse Road and Sycamore Road.
CHEYENNE – The BLM Wyoming Oil and Gas lease sale originally scheduled for June 21-22 will now be held on June 28-29.
Experts are sounding alarms about the frightening risks artificial intelligence (AI) poses to humankind. Real possibilities include the extinction of humankind through global calamities such as climate change, pandemics and hate.
Some wisdom doesn’t come from a book, a teacher or a classroom. It comes from parents, grandparents and other significant adults in your life. One such tidbit is the old adage “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”
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After years of criticizing mail voting and so-called ballot harvesting as ripe for fraud, Republicans at the top of the party want to change course. They are poised to launch aggressive get-out-the-vote campaigns for 2024 that employ just those strategies, attempting to match the emphasis on early voting Democrats have used for years to lock in their supporters well ahead of Election Day. The goal is to persuade voters who support GOP candidates that early voting techniques are secure and to make sure they are able to return their ballots in time to be counted. It marks a notable shift from rhetoric surrounding the 2020 election.
A bronze statue of renowned American author Willa Cather has been unveiled in the National Statuary Hall of the U.S. Capitol. Political leaders from Nebraska and Washington noted the author's reputation as a writer who captured the pioneer spirit of those who lived on the open plains of the Heartland. The statue was created by Littleton Alston, a professor of sculpture at Creighton University, the first Black artist to have a statue in the collection. The statue shows the author holding a walking stick in one hand and writing paper in another, while taking a step forward. Cather's most popular works include “My Antonia” and “O Pioneers.” She died in 1947.
MANCHESTER, N.H. — Republican former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie kicked off his presidential campaign Tuesday evening, promising to be the only candidate in a crowded GOP primary field willing to directly take on former President Donald Trump.
World War II veterans, officials and visitors are commemorating D-Day on the beaches of Normandy to honor those who fought for freedom in the largest naval, air and land operation in history. Many reenactors came to Omaha Beach at dawn Tuesday to mark the 79th anniversary of the assault that led to the liberation of France and Western Europe from Nazi control. A ceremony was to be held at the American Cemetery in Colleville-sur-Mer which is home to the graves of 9,386 U.S. soldiers. Most of them lost their lives in the D-Day landings and ensuing operations. An international ceremony is scheduled to take place later at the nearby British Normandy Memorial in the presence of officials from the nine main Allied nations.