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  • Southwest Liturgical Conference brings in 400 Visitors to Cheyenne - KGWNSouthwest Liturgical Conference brings in 400 Visitors to Cheyenne - KGWN

    KGWNSouthwest Liturgical Conference brings in 400 Visitors to CheyenneKGWNCheyenne's local economy will see a quarter million dollar shot in the arm thanks to a large conference hosted by the Diocese of Cheyenne in cooperation with Visit Cheyenne. Little America will host more than 400 priests, deacons and lay people in the ...

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  • Cheyenne Man Bound Over on Kidnapping, Assault ChargesCheyenne Man Bound Over on Kidnapping, Assault Charges

    A 48-year-old Cheyenne man accused of kidnapping and punching his pregnant girlfriend has been bound over to Laramie County District Court. Continue reading…

    KGAB / 1 h. 5 min. ago
  • 'Wyoming Airmail Pioneers' Flies into Modern History'Wyoming Airmail Pioneers' Flies into Modern History

    The book "Wyoming Air Mail Pioneers" chronicles the men who were legends, heroes and celebrities of their time. Continue reading…

    KGAB / 1 h. 42 min. ago
  • Northern Cheyenne Tribal president says court order to keep him from office is moot - KTVQ Billings NewsNorthern Cheyenne Tribal president says court order to keep him from office is moot - KTVQ Billings News

    Northern Cheyenne Tribal president says court order to keep him from office is mootKTVQ Billings NewsLAME DEER -- The newly elected president of the Northern Cheyenne Tribe was inaugurated Monday, but on Tuesday, he was served with an order that prevents him from taking office until a complaint filed about his opponent is resolved. L. Jace Killsback ...and more »

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  • KGAB Is Now Available On Amazon Alexa-Enabled DevicesKGAB Is Now Available On Amazon Alexa-Enabled Devices

    KGAB is now available on Amazon devices with Alexa. Continue reading…

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  • Cheyenne Man Bound Over on Sex Abuse ChargeCheyenne Man Bound Over on Sex Abuse Charge

    A 37-year-old Cheyenne man has been bound over to Laramie County District Court on a charge of second-degree sexual abuse of a minor. Continue reading…

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  • Wyoming Hoops Insider Robert Gagliardi Talks Cowboy Basketball on the SportsZone [AUDIO]Wyoming Hoops Insider Robert Gagliardi Talks Cowboy Basketball on the SportsZone [AUDIO]

    by Keith Kelley–16 Jan ’18 The Wyoming Cowboy basketball team has dropped two straight, as they head into this weekends game at Utah State.  Robert Gagliardi covers Cowboy hoops for the Laramie Boomerang and WyoSports, and he was on the SportsZone Monday evening. https://www.kfbcradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/1.15.18-GAGS.mp3  

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  • MLB Insider Tracy Ringolsby Talks Rockies Caravan, Plus MLB, on the SportsZone [AUDIO]MLB Insider Tracy Ringolsby Talks Rockies Caravan, Plus MLB, on the SportsZone [AUDIO]

    by Keith Kelley–16 Jan ’18 The Colorado Rockies Caravan came through Wyoming last Saturday, with a stop in Laramie.  Our MLB Insider Tracy Ringolsby was on the SportsZone Monday afternoon to talk Rockies baseball, and MLB news. https://www.kfbcradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/1.15.18-TRACY-RINGOLSBY.mp3  

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  • Nelson Installed as Head of Mormon ChurchNelson Installed as Head of Mormon Church

    He succeeds Thomas S. Monson, who died Jan. 2. Continue reading…

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  • Wyoming Authorities Want Tougher Penalties for EludingWyoming Authorities Want Tougher Penalties for Eluding

    Wyoming Highway Patrol Administrator Col. Kebin Haller says tougher penalties could improve safety. Continue reading…

    KGAB / 5 h. 24 min. ago
  • Hageman Throws Hat In Ring For Wyoming Governor's RaceHageman Throws Hat In Ring For Wyoming Governor's Race

    Hageman told her supporters on Tuesday ''Our rights don't come from the government but from God." Continue reading…

    KGAB / 5 h. 42 min. ago
  • Halladay Subaru gives $10,000 to LCCC Foundation for student scholarshipsHalladay Subaru gives $10,000 to LCCC Foundation for student scholarships

    LCCC 1-16-18 A local business is committing to support students with their higher education. Working with the LCCC Foundation, Halladay Subaru is giving scholarships of $2,000 to five Laramie County Community College students. This $10,000 gift will benefit students pursuing any field of study at LCCC’s main campus in Cheyenne. This scholarship opportunity is made possible with the support of Jim Casey and Tim Joannides, who are using this gift to also honor longtime Cheyenne philanthropist John Clay. This money is provided as part of The Subaru Love Promise Community Commitment. “Halladay Subaru is a great community partner, and we appreciate all they do to help the college and our students,” said Lisa Murphy of the LCCC Foundation. For the upcoming academic year, the Foundation expects to provide nearly half a million dollars in scholarships for LCCC students.

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  • Consultants Recommend More Money for Wyoming K-12 SchoolsConsultants Recommend More Money for Wyoming K-12 Schools

    The Legislature convenes its budget session on Feb. 12 in Cheyenne. Continue reading…

    KGAB / 7 h. 4 min. ago
  • WyoLotto transfers $1,001,963 to State Treasurer’s OfficeWyoLotto transfers $1,001,963 to State Treasurer’s Office

    WyLotto 1-16-18 On Friday, Jan. 5, WyoLottoTM transferred $1,001,963 to the State Treasurer’s Office, where the funds will be distributed to Wyoming cities, towns and counties. This is the second of four quarterly transfers that will occur this fiscal year [July 1, 2017-June 30, 2018]. To date, the Wyoming Lottery has transferred a total of $6,539,300.94 to the State of Wyoming since launching in 2014. Committed to giving back to Wyoming, quarterly revenue transfers are a critical part of WyoLotto’s mission. “Thanks to our dedication to paying off our start-up loan early, we were able to start making transfers to the state in April 2016, making this our eighth transfer,” said Jon Clontz, WyoLotto CEO. Clontz added that he is very excited for 2018 and expects it to be the most successful year yet. “We have been working hard to get our brand recognized by players throughout the state, and as such have set a goal to be in as many communities as possible focusing on relationships with retailers and smaller communities. We’re thrilled about giving back to Wyoming with this most recent transfer and the positive impact it will have on our counties and municipalities. Overall, it is far-reaching and meaningful—to residents, to businesses, to winners—celebrating keeping money in Wyoming that, without the Lottery, would have been spent elsewhere,” Clontz said. Not only are Wyoming communities winning, but players and retailers are also winning. • Since launch, the Wyoming Lottery has seen 2,269,922 WyoLotto players take home $33,505,280 in winnings. • There are approximately 450 WyoLotto retailers around the state. • According to the Wyoming Lottery’s 2017 Governor’s Report, retailers have earned over $5 million in commissions from August 2014-October 2017. Small businesses around the state have been able to realize the benefit derived from a new revenue source that didn’t exist before the Lottery was formed. A young corporation, the WyoLotto continues to increase revenue and decrease expenses. Large jackpots, like the recent Jan. 6 of nearly half a billion in Mega Millions and over half a billion in Powerball, hugely impact sales forecasts on a positive note. By state statute, at least 45 percent of net proceeds from lottery sales must go to the prize pool. In 2015 and 2016, approximately 55 percent each year went to the prize pool. This number rose to 57 percent in 2017. To receive updates and notifications about Cowboy DrawⓇ , Mega MillionsⓇ , PowerballⓇ or Lucky for LifeⓇ visit info.wyolotto.com/signup.

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  • Univ. of Wyoming Trustees Consider $245M Housing PlanUniv. of Wyoming Trustees Consider $245M Housing Plan

    The trustees have the matter on their agenda Thursday in Laramie. Continue reading…

    KGAB / 7 h. 6 min. ago
  • Wyoming Governor Matt Mead announces the 2018 Magpul Governor’s MatchWyoming Governor Matt Mead announces the 2018 Magpul Governor’s Match

    Gov  1-14-18 Governor Matt Mead is pleased to announce the second annual Magpul Governor’s Match, August 4-5 in Cheyenne, Wyoming. The Wyoming Office of Outdoor Recreation will work with match director Strategic Match Design (SMD) to create a festive atmosphere for the Governor’s Match – a nationally recognized “multi-gun” competition and spectator event. Top athletes will compete for thousands of dollars in prizes and recognition as the best. “We have a strong firearms tradition in this country,” said Governor Mead. “In Wyoming we value hunting, shooting sports and those events that promote excellence and appreciation of these skills. The event highlights our heritage through elite level competition.” The 2018 match features United Multi-Gun rules – allowing shooters to compete in traditional “3-gun”, “2-gun” or pistol caliber carbine divisions. The format allows new enthusiasts to be competitive while still challenging top tier shooters. “We listened to competitors and talked with Governor Mead to develop our plans,” said Charles Sole of Strategic Match Design. “We’re excited to be working with this team, the firearms industry and the competitive shooting community to build a fair and exciting event. Shooters want a fast paced, fun and friendly competition. We’re going to give them that and more,” added Strategic Match Design’s’ Rob Romero. “This event will be great for shooters, spectators and their families,” said Domenic Bravo, Director of the Wyoming Office of Outdoor Recreation. “We are going to make sure this is a fun, festive event that everyone involved can enjoy.” The Governor’s Match will take place on August 4th-5th, 2018, at Otto Road Shooting Range in Cheyenne, Wyoming. For more information, go to: https://strategicmatchdesign.com/wyoming-governors-match

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  • Northern Cheyenne man praised for his work on western film at ... - Billings GazetteNorthern Cheyenne man praised for his work on western film at ... - Billings Gazette

    Billings GazetteNorthern Cheyenne man praised for his work on western film at ...Billings GazetteWhile Hollywood director Scott Cooper visited Billings for a private screening of his film Monday, he wasn't the guest of honor.and more »

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  • The Coldest Temperatures Ever Recorded In WyomingThe Coldest Temperatures Ever Recorded In Wyoming

    Here's a frigid fact: four of the ten coldest temperatures ever recorded in the continental United States were here in Wyoming. Continue reading…

    KGAB / 8 h. 49 min. ago
  • Wyoming Lawmakers To Consider Increasing Fines For Animal CrueltyWyoming Lawmakers To Consider Increasing Fines For Animal Cruelty

    The bill would not change the maximum jail sentences for animal cruelty but would increase the potential fines. Continue reading…

    KGAB / 8 h. 49 min. ago
  • The Cheyenne seed library teaches you how to garden - KGWNThe Cheyenne seed library teaches you how to garden - KGWN

    KGWNThe Cheyenne seed library teaches you how to gardenKGWNThe Cheyenne Seed Library began last year, they saw a successful summer and are requesting more flower seeds this year. There are educational programs that help people learn how to garden, the next one is Saturday, January 20 from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm ...

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  • Cheyenne Fire and Rescue: precautions you should take in the winter - KGWNCheyenne Fire and Rescue: precautions you should take in the winter - KGWN

    KGWNCheyenne Fire and Rescue: precautions you should take in the winterKGWNCHEYENNE, Wyo - In our monthly series with Cheyenne Fire and Rescue Byron Mathews stopped by to give us some advice on keeping our home safe in the cold. When it starts to get really cold and snowy, it's a good idea to check on your elderly neighbors ...

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  • Cheyenne celebrates Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy - Wyoming TribuneCheyenne celebrates Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy - Wyoming Tribune

    Wyoming TribuneCheyenne celebrates Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacyWyoming TribuneOn a cold and blustery afternoon Monday, Tyler returned to his old stomping grounds to take part in Cheyenne's 36th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day march and celebration, and to deliver a forceful speech honoring King's legacy and exhorting people to ...Cheyenne honors Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.KGWNall 4,689 news articles »

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  • Cheyenne Elliott, Dionne Warwick's granddaughter from Westchester, on 'The Four' - The Journal News | LoHud.comCheyenne Elliott, Dionne Warwick's granddaughter from Westchester, on 'The Four' - The Journal News | LoHud.com

    The Journal News | LoHud.comCheyenne Elliott, Dionne Warwick's granddaughter from Westchester, on 'The Four'The Journal News | LoHud.comDionne Warwick knows how to work a room. The legendary singer elicited screams when she appeared in the audience of the new Fox show, "The Four," last week. She was there to show support for her granddaughter, singer and Westchester native, Cheyenne ...

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  • Cheyenne honors Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.Cheyenne honors Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

    Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is revered throughout the country not only for his work with civil rights, but for his message of unity in America. Cheyenne is no exception in this regard.

    Cheyenne News / 17 h. 49 min. ago
  • Bear Carving Stolen from South Cheyenne NeighborhoodBear Carving Stolen from South Cheyenne Neighborhood

    Cheyenne police are asking for the public's help in finding whoever stole a hand-carved wooden bear. Continue reading…

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  • Cheyenne Marchers Honor Martin Luther King Jr. [PHOTOS, VIDEO]Cheyenne Marchers Honor Martin Luther King Jr. [PHOTOS, VIDEO]

    Monday's frigid weather didn't keep Cheyenne marchers from honoring the life, work and legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. Continue reading…

    KGAB / 1 d. 1 h. 30 min. ago
  • We Interrupt This ProgramWe Interrupt This Program

    If you think that the recent ballistic missile false alarm in Hawaii was scary, it actually transpired to our entire nation and here locally on February 20th, 1971. The only difference then was it happened on a Saturday morning and most TV and radio stations had their weekend staff in place and few took the steps to confirm the "official" warning of emanate doom.

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  • New License Plate Proposed For WyomingNew License Plate Proposed For Wyoming

    AP 1.15.18 CASPER, Wyo. (AP) – A Wyoming lawmaker wants the state to issue a new license plate that would fund efforts to prevent vehicle-animal collisions. Democratic Rep. Stan Blake of Green River says the wildlife plate would cost $100 for those who want it. The Casper Star-Tribune reports the proceeds would fund overpasses, underpasses, fencing and signs along wildlife migration corridors. Bill Panos, director of the state transportation department, has said that animal-related collisions account for one in 15 fatal auto crashes in Wyoming. The Legislative Service Office estimates the bill could generate $50,000 for wildlife conservation efforts over the next three years.

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  • Daylight Savings Time Bill Comes Up AgainDaylight Savings Time Bill Comes Up Again

    AP 1.15.18 WORLAND, Wyo. (AP) – A proposal to keep Wyoming on daylight saving time year-round is back before the state Legislature. Republican Rep. Dan Laursen of Powell has pre-filed a bill that would keep Wyoming from reverting to standard time from November through February. Laursen tells the Northern Wyoming Daily News that he doesn’t like changing the clocks. Republican Rep. Mike Greear, of Worland, opposed a similar proposal last year. Greear says if Wyoming adopted Laursen’s idea it would be isolated four months of the year unless neighboring states also made the switch. But Laursen argues neighboring states might make a change if Wyoming does. Laursen’s bill will require two-thirds vote for introduction during the upcoming budget session of the Wyoming Legislature in Cheyenne. The session begins Feb. 12.

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  • Oil Production Up Means More Revenue For WyomingOil Production Up Means More Revenue For Wyoming

    AP 1.15.2018 CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) – New revenue forecasts predict increasing oil patch activity in Wyoming will generate more tax revenue for the state’s depleted coffers. But the bump in oil tax revenue isn’t near enough to counter the current and expected continued decline in coal and natural gas revenue. The Wyoming Legislature meets next month to craft a new state budget while facing a huge revenue shortfall brought on by the downturn in the state’s mainstay fossil fuels industry. Wyoming’s public K-12 education system alone faces a more than $400 million deficit over the next two years. The new revenue forecast was presented Monday at the Legislature’s Joint Appropriations Committee in Cheyenne. Committee co-chairman Republican Rep. Bob Nicholas, of Cheyenne, says the state still has a long way to go to cover its budget deficit.

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  • Air Guard Members Return From Middle EastAir Guard Members Return From Middle East

    CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) – Forty-four members of the Wyoming Air National Guard’s 153rd Airlift Wing have returned home from a deployment overseas. Gov. Matt Mead and Wyoming Adjutant General Maj. Gen. Luke Reiner were among those on hand Saturday in Cheyenne to welcome the service members back. The Wyoming Tribune Eagle reports that the airmen returned to the U.S. after a little more than two months of operations out of Ali Al Salem Air Base in Kuwait. Wing commander Col. Justin Walrath says their work focused on support operations throughout the Middle Eastern theatre, including Iraq, Afghanistan and the fight against the Islamic State.

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  • Old Z’s Building First Choice For Municipal CourthouseOld Z’s Building First Choice For Municipal Courthouse

    By Staff 1.15.18 CHEYENNE – The Carey Building site (17th St. and Carey Ave.), commonly referred to as the “former Z’s” building, received the recommendation as the preferred location for the new City of Cheyenne Municipal Court by the Municipal Court Site Selection Committee. The committee met Wednesday and voted unanimously to accept the report by Noel Griffith and Associates for full City Council consideration, and further recommended support of the conclusion that the Carey Building/Site is the most appropriate for the municipal courthouse. The Carey Building was one of four proposal evaluations presented to the Municipal Court Site Selection Committee. Other proposal sites included: The Hynds Building (1608 Capitol Ave.), Mayflower Building (112 West 17th St.), and a vacant lot located at West 18th St. between Bent Ave. and O’Neil Ave. The next steps for the Carey Building location include a presentation of the findings to City Council during a work session scheduled for Monday, January 29th from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. in Committee Room 104 at 2101 O’Neil Ave. Buyer Affinity Ventures along with Chuck West — a representative for the current owner – each submitted a proposal for the Carey Building location. The current site has an estimated 14,520 square-footage sitting on 0.33 acres. A total of six project objectives for the new court location were utilized during the proposal review process: 1. Usable Space The facility should have 10,000 to 11,000 square-feet of useable space – preferably on one level -to maximize workflow efficiency. 2. Parking The location should provide adequate parking for 40 to 50 vehicles (including both staff and customers who will access the court Monday through Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.) Parking should ideally be able to be separated into two areas, one for judges and court staff and another for public for security purposes. 3. Security The facility must meet the security requirements of a Municipal Court 4. Project Budget Cost of the facility must be fiscally reasonable ($9M has been approved by the voters). 5. Site Location Preferably the site should be located within the downtown area, but other options will be considered. 6. Benefit And Impact The proposal for the site should consider benefit of new construction or renovation to the community and impact on the Historic District. Cheyenne Mayor Marian Orr applauded the work done to evaluate the proposals. Orr said “I’m pleased with the process so far, and look forward to consideration by the full council. We have the opportunity to bring life to a long-blighted corner of our downtown, while providing proper space and needs for our municipal court well into the future.” Members of the Municipal Court Site Selection Committee are Mayor Orr, Councilman Bryan Cook, Del Lummis representing the Downtown Development Authority, Cheyenne Planning and Development Director Robert Briggs, Judge Mark Moran, and City Attorney, Sylvia Hackl.

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  • State Senate Leader Wants to Address Wyoming Opioid AbuseState Senate Leader Wants to Address Wyoming Opioid Abuse

    The Republican from Riverton says he believes Wyoming needs to start addressing the problem before it grows. Continue reading…

    KGAB / 1 d. 5 h. 13 min. ago
  • Cheyenne DA files to dismiss charges in murder case - Casper Star-Tribune OnlineCheyenne DA files to dismiss charges in murder case - Casper Star-Tribune Online

    Cheyenne DA files to dismiss charges in murder caseCasper Star-Tribune OnlineCHEYENNE - The Laramie County District Attorney's Office filed a motion Friday afternoon to dismiss charges against a woman accused of killing her 16-month-old son in an effort to restart the clock on a legally mandated time period for a defendant to ...

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  • Martin Luther King Jr. Day Closures In Cheyenne - KgabMartin Luther King Jr. Day Closures In Cheyenne - Kgab

    KgabMartin Luther King Jr. Day Closures In CheyenneKgabCity buses in Cheyenne are not running today. The Cheyenne/Laramie County Public Health Department is closed today, as is the Cheyenne VA Medical Center, except for the emergency department. Laramie County Community College and Laramie County School ...Cheyenne activists protest private immigration detention centerWyoming Business Reportall 3 news articles »

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  • Conference to bring hundreds to downtown Cheyenne - Wyoming TribuneConference to bring hundreds to downtown Cheyenne - Wyoming Tribune

    Wyoming TribuneConference to bring hundreds to downtown CheyenneWyoming TribuneCHEYENNE – Hundreds of Roman Catholic Church members, priests and deacons are expected in Cheyenne this week for the annual Southwest Liturgical Conference. Known as “study week” for the liturgical organization, the conference provides faith-based ...

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    Chelsea Brownlee of Cheyenne, Wyo., has a smoke while waiting for a bus at the corner of 17th Street and Carey Avenue on Thursday in Cheyenne. Smoking in Wyoming is down by more than 5 percent, but tobacco-related health problems are still a factor in the state, according to the Wyoming Department of Health's most recent data.

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  • Cheyenne private school offers online high school programCheyenne private school offers online high school program

    It's an online program, in which students attend St. Mary's but do their coursework through an online provider. Talia Frausto, a freshman at St. Mary's, said, "St.

    Cheyenne News / 4 d. 5 h. 12 min. ago
  • Recent sentencings in U.S. District Court of WyomingRecent sentencings in U.S. District Court of Wyoming

    Christopher Lee Martinez, 27, of Cheyenne, Wyoming, was sentenced by Chief Federal District Court Judge Nancy D. Freudenthal on January 10, 2018, for attempting to entice a minor in illegal sexual activity. Martinez was arrested in Cheyenne, Wyoming.

    Cheyenne News / 4 d. 17 h. 3 min. ago
  • Kids are missing school due to a stomach virusKids are missing school due to a stomach virus

    At schools around Cheyenne, a virus is going around. Nurses are seeing an increase in a stomach virus accompanied by lot of vomiting.

    Cheyenne News / 5 d. 19 h. 6 min. ago
  • Halladay Subaru gives $10,000 to LCCC student scholarshipsHalladay Subaru gives $10,000 to LCCC student scholarships

    Working with the LCCC Foundation, Halladay Subaru is giving scholarships of $2,000 to five Laramie County Community College students. This $10,000 gift will benefit students pursuing any field of study at LCCC's main campus in Cheyenne.

    Cheyenne News / 5 d. 23 h. 35 min. ago
  • State exhibit to highlight successes of women in lawState exhibit to highlight successes of women in law

    Wyoming Supreme Court Justice Kate Fox talks about important women in Wyoming's legal history during an interview Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2018, at the Wyoming Supreme Court in Cheyenne. A new exhibit in the Wyoming Supreme Court aims to raise awareness about that fact and celebrate the accomplishments of women in the state.

    Cheyenne News / 6 d. 6 h. 40 min. ago
  • Cheyenne Boys and Girls Club announces Youth of the YearCheyenne Boys and Girls Club announces Youth of the Year

    The Boys & Girls Club of Cheyenne is celebrating youth art and leadership. The club is announcing the 2018 Youth of the Year for Cheyenne.

    Cheyenne News / 6 d. 16 h. 24 min. ago
  • Charges dismissed in Cheyenne homicideCharges dismissed in Cheyenne homicide

    On Tuesday , Laramie County Circuit Court Judge Denise Nau dismissed charges against Armando Ramirez-Serna, 21. He's accused of the November death of Justin Robinson, 19, whose body was found in a reservoir near the Hereford Ranch after deputies responded to a burning vehicle. Serna had been charged with first-degree murder, aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon, first-degree arson and concealing a felony.

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  • Why you should wear blue on January 11Why you should wear blue on January 11

    January is Human Trafficking and Slavery awareness month. On January 11 is awareness day.

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  • Multi-gun shooting competition brings world's top shooters to WyomingMulti-gun shooting competition brings world's top shooters to Wyoming

    Wyoming Governor Matt Mead is pleased to announce the second annual Magpul Governors Match, August 4-5th in Cheyenne, Wyoming. The Wyoming Office of Outdoor Recreation along with match director Strategic Match Designs will bring a fun, festival atmosphere to the Governors Match - a nationally recognized "multi-gun" competition and spectator event.

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  • Immigration Prison in Wyoming? #WyoSayNo launches the anti-campaignImmigration Prison in Wyoming? #WyoSayNo launches the anti-campaign

    There's a move afoot to house a private immigration prison in Uinta County. This would be accomplished by a partnership between the Federal Government and a private prison company.

    Cheyenne News / 8 d. 2 h. 2 min. ago
  • The Zonta Club in Cheyenne is raising awareness for human traffickingThe Zonta Club in Cheyenne is raising awareness for human trafficking

    The Zonta club works to empower and advance women through service in Cheyenne. On Human Trafficking Awareness day they will be showing art work done by local artists.

    Cheyenne News / 8 d. 21 h. 1 min. ago