CHEYENNE – Students in McCormick Junior High’s Gay Straight Alliance club were told Wednesday afternoon they were no longer allowed to have or wear any LGBTQ paraphernalia on school grounds, including flags, shirts, pins and bracelets.
CHEYENNE – The Wyoming state economy continued the positive trajectory of 2018 with a good first-quarter 2019 report. Year-over-year increases in sales and use tax collection, severance taxes and a 1.6% increase in job growth were some of the brightest spots in the state’s MACRO Report relea…
CHEYENNE – Black Hills Energy kicked off a multiyear, multi-million-dollar project to replace aging underground electrical cables in Cheyenne this month.
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LARAMIE – The public comment period of the Albany County Commission’s Tuesday meeting was eventful as several expressed dismay over an officer-involved shooting from November.
CHEYENNE – A 16-year veteran of the Cheyenne Police Department known to his peers for his humility and thoroughness was named 2018 Officer of the Year during an awards ceremony at the Cheyenne Public Safety Center on Wednesday.
CHEYENNE – A Cheyenne woman died Tuesday from injuries suffered in a crash at the intersection of Hayes Avenue and U.S. Highway 30.
CHEYENNE – The city and Cheyenne Frontier Days announced this week a new partnership to increase security at this year’s rodeo and related events through additional funding, and a task force to analyze potential safety improvements at future events.
CHEYENNE – Laramie County School District 1 officials say they are waiting for the conclusion of an investigation into racist and anti-gay flyers found at Cheyenne’s McCormick Junior High last month before taking next steps on the issue.
CHEYENNE – Mayor Marian Orr sent an email late Sunday to all city employees, asking for suggestions for how to plug a $40,000 hole in the proposed fiscal year 2020 budget.
- McCormick GSA students told no more rainbows, LGBTQ paraphernalia
- Wyoming, Cheyenne continue steady economic growth
- Black Hills Energy begins electrical equipment upgrades in Cheyenne
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- Commission meeting sees protest over shooting incident
- Cheyenne Police Department officers, employees, volunteers recognized in annual ceremony
- McDaniel is a Christian in every sense of the word
- Thanks to woman who paid for circus tickets
- The tale of King Coal and the land of Erstwhile
- Boner: U.S. should stay the course in the War on Terror
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- Wolfe: Age-old demand to cut spending not a solution to Wyoming’s fiscal woes
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