CHEYENNE – Wyoming’s number of active coronavirus cases increased Friday as the state Department of Health reported 529 new laboratory-confirmed cases.
The following totals are as of 3 p.m. Friday, Dec. 4:
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CHEYENNE – Getting extra practice and one-on-one coaching opportunities is invaluable for high school debaters who want to compete at a high level.
CHEYENNE – A man accused of assaulting two men in a bank parking lot pleaded not guilty Thursday morning in Laramie County District Court.
CHEYENNE – After the announcement earlier this year that F.E. Warren Air Force Base would be the first to have its nuclear missiles replaced in the coming decade, base officials have started initial preparations for the project, which could begin as soon as 2022.
CHEYENNE – The building on Carey Avenue in downtown Cheyenne that once housed City News and Pipe Shop is getting a second life – this time as a bakery and coffee shop.
CHEYENNE – Another 27 Wyoming residents have died of causes related to the coronavirus, the Wyoming Department of Health announced Thursday.
CHEYENNE – The owner of the former Hitching Post Inn is gearing up to submit a loan application to the Brownfields Revolving Loan Committee in order to assist with abatement and demolition of the infamous Cheyenne hotel’s two southern buildings.
POWELL – A group of conservation organizations are recommending changes to the current grizzly bear conservation policy in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, asking wildlife managers to enact legal measures to prevent conflicts rather than relying on volunteer programs.
CHEYENNE – A Laramie County District Court judge ordered District Attorney Leigh Anne Manlove to give a legal basis as to why a case should be dismissed, calling language mentioning state budget cuts to her office “improper” in a motion for dismissal.
CHEYENNE – After representing Wyoming for more than two decades, four-term U.S. Sen. Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., gave his goodbye speech on the chamber floor Wednesday afternoon, stating it’s been “an honor of a lifetime” to serve the state in Washington, D.C.
CHEYENNE – Following Mayor-elect Patrick Collins’ decision to replace the city’s police and fire chiefs, Cheyenne Police Chief Brian Kozak has penned a letter to members of the City Council that asks them to intervene in the decision, citing the department’s concerns about the selection process.
CHEYENNE – With two drug companies now seeking emergency authorization from the Food and Drug Administration for their COVID-19 vaccines, Gov. Mark Gordon was optimistic Tuesday about the vaccine’s progress, stating he expected initial doses to arrive in Wyoming “in the coming weeks.”
CASPER – It is again the time when Wyomingites can apply for health care through the federal marketplace established by the Obama-era Affordable Care Act. The state has put new resources toward helping residents apply, and those looking for coverage will have a new option this year.
CHEYENNE – In his first public comment on the matter, Gov. Mark Gordon said Tuesday that the Wyoming Republican Party Central Committee’s approval of a resolution calling on him to rescind his declaration of a state of emergency was “a very unfortunate choice.”
CHEYENNE – The annual adopt-a-child for Christmas campaign is collecting donations for some of Cheyenne’s neediest children.
CHEYENNE – A man accused of vandalizing his ex-girlfriend’s vehicle on two separate occasions pleaded guilty Monday afternoon in Laramie County District Court.
CHEYENNE – The deaths of 15 more Wyoming residents have been linked to the coronavirus, the Wyoming Department of Health announced Tuesday.
CHEYENNE – The Wyoming Department of Transportation is facing an annual funding gap of about $354 million, a substantial portion of which is needed to maintain the state’s roads, according to a new report reviewed by a legislative committee Monday.
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