CHEYENNE – A right-wing state lawmaker announced his intention Wednesday to run against U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., in the 2022 primary election, a week after the state’s representative made national headlines – and drew some local ire – by voting to impeach President Donald Trump.
CHEYENNE – A move similar to refinancing your home will cut interest rates for debt related to the 2012 expansion of Cheyenne Regional Medical Center.
CHEYENNE – A man was sentenced Tuesday afternoon in Laramie County District Court to four years of supervised probation for felony aggravated assault and battery with serious bodily injury.
CHEYENNE – The Wyoming Legislature’s House Revenue Committee advanced a bill Tuesday that would increase the state’s tobacco tax by 24 cents per pack of cigarettes, a proposal that would mark the first tax hike on cigarettes and other tobacco products since 2003.
The following totals are as of 3 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 19:
CHEYENNE – Local health officials struck a hopeful, but measured tone as they addressed the media Monday morning regarding the status of the coronavirus vaccine rollout.
CHEYENNE – Martin Luther King Jr.’s world-altering career of activism is perhaps best remembered for his “I Have a Dream” speech during the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom in August 1963.
CHEYENNE – After the first case of COVID-19 was confirmed in Wyoming on March 11, state leaders and health officials knew the state’s large elderly population would be most at-risk. That’s why one of the first statewide health orders restricted any outside visitation to nursing homes and lon…
- Maybe it's time for politicians on both coasts to refocus
- Liz Cheney is the only possible future for Republicans
- Cheney has failed us, and should be voted out
- President Trump didn't get a trial by a jury of his peers
- Modern-day Pharisees/Sadducees working to tear down Trump
- Trump is a threat to our country and our safety
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There are many variables affecting the number of birds and bird species seen on the Christmas Bird Count. Weather is a big one. Dec. 19, the Cheyenne counters met up with strong winds that put a damper on small bird numbers. None of us were mean enough to shake them out of the bushes. Read more
January is always a strange time for new movie releases, which are usually eclipsed by the crush of awards season. Although the Oscars aren’t planned for several more months, it’s still a slow month for new movies, especially after the flurry of qualifying runs and best of the year lists tha… Read more
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Showing his artwork in Jackson would be an honor at any point of his career, but during this pandemic, Cheyenne painter Steve Knox is particularly grateful for exposure. Read more
Prince Harry and Meghan are now podcast hosts. They teased listeners Tuesday with a sample of their upcoming Archewell podcast, and they're already getting a lot of flack for it. Read more
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