CHEYENNE – After pioneering downtown development projects and creating collaboration between downtown businesses, Vicki Dugger announced Thursday she will step down as the Downtown Development Authority’s executive director, effective Dec. 31.
CHEYENNE – The pumpkins Andy Corbin grows at his home in east Cheyenne are so big and so heavy that he needs a handmade tripod to move them.
CHEYENNE – The Cheyenne Downtown Development Authority can breathe a sigh of relief.
CHEYENNE – In the event of an emergency, interagency cooperation is key for safety and efficiency. At an airport emergency exercise Wednesday, first responders, airport directors and agency representatives ran through a plane crash scenario to prepare their response.
CHEYENNE – A former F.E. Warren Air Force Base employee is being sued in U.S. District Court for wrongfully accepting more than $30,000 that was accidentally put in his paycheck.
LARAMIE – The University of Wyoming’s Board of Trustees has approved a guaranteed maximum price of $74.4 million for the construction of the Science Initiative building at the northeast corner of Lewis and Ninth streets.
CHEYENNE – The former Cheyenne travel agent accused of stealing thousands from his clients has been arrested by Cheyenne Police and is currently in the Laramie County jail.
LARAMIE – In a public records dispute between the University of Wyoming and Wyoming news organizations, an attorney for former UW President Laurie Nichols has asked Albany County District Court Judge Tori Kricken to show Nichols the records related to her ouster that are currently being cons…
CHEYENNE – A motion for jointure was proposed in the two cases stemming out of a high-speed chase shootout in downtown Cheyenne in May.
CHEYENNE – It’s hard to keep up morale on military bases, especially among those working in the kitchen. But when there’s an event that allows servicemen and women to face off in teams named The Startled Koalas, Kitchen Regulators and Chop It Like It’s Hot, fun is unavoidable.
- After DDA mill levy passes, Executive Director Dugger steps down
- Cheyenne man breaks state record with 1,491-pound pumpkin
- DDA mill levy approved by commercial property owners downtown
- Airport staff, local first responders practice airport emergency response
- Former F.E. Warren employee sued for paycheck errors
- $74.4M price approved for UW Science Initiative construction
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