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Members of the Wyoming Legislature's Joint Revenue Interim Committee rejected a bill to raise the state's property tax during their meeting Monday in Cheyenne. [Read More]
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The Alzheimer's Association Wyoming Chapter will present a free workshop next weekend for those caring for anyone with a chronic condition, including Alzheimer's or another... [Read More]
Though the celebration of the 150th anniversary of suffrage in Wyoming has been going on all year, the party truly kicks off Dec. 10. [Read More]
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Frankie L. Jones, 89, of Cheyenne died Nov. 4 at her home surrounded by her family. [Read More]
Dolores F. Duran, 83, of Cheyenne passed away Nov. 7 at Cheyenne Regional Medical Center. [Read More]
Danny M. Brammeier, 77, of Cheyenne, formerly of Carpenter, died Nov. 3 at Life Care Center of Cheyenne. [Read More]
It's a story we all know well. A young girl's nutcracker (an interesting Christmas present for a pre-teen, but that's a whole other conversation) comes... [Read More]
Every show has its challenges. This one's happened to be an enormous piece of fruit. [Read More]
First Christian Church will be open an hour before, during and after the Cheyenne Christmas Parade for parade participants and spectators. [Read More]
Having access to doctors and specialists is an important part of maintaining a healthy life. For women, health care often extends beyond the annual primary... [Read More]
Celebrating 150 years of women's suffrage is occasion for real celebration! It is a time of reflection and a time to evaluate the future of... [Read More]
History matters, and during this year's celebration of the 150th anniversary of women's suffrage, we find inspiration in the women and men who made sure... [Read More]
As teammates and coaches from Cheyenne's Meadowlark Elementary looked on, their Lego robot slowly rolled forward and stacked blocks on top of each other. [Read More]
Wyoming ranks 43rd in the nation for the number of children with health insurance coverage, according to a report recently released by Georgetown University Center... [Read More]
Community members gathered Saturday morning at Elks Lodge 600 to put together care packages for the 340 deployed members of the Wyoming Army National Guard. [Read More]
As new restrictions loom against LGBTQ+ persons in The United Methodist Church, the five active bishops in the Western Jurisdiction are offering a safe harbor... [Read More]
A century and a half after becoming the first U.S. territory or state to give women the right to vote, Wyoming is lagging behind its... [Read More]
'Tis the season! That is, the season of holiday parties, potlucks, get-togethers and – for a lot of us – weight gain. [Read More]