Steenbergen Calls For Review of Business Regulations
Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce President and C-E-O Dale Steenbergen says the city of Cheyenne should take a hard look at the regulatory hurdles it places before local businesses.
Rainfall Dents Corn Denting [AUDIO]
Recent rainfall has put a dent in corn denting, but the same can’t be said for corn condition, according to USDA Meteorologist Brad Rippey. A former State Senator says the city of Torrington will pay him $25,000 to settle his first amendment lawsuit for city officials banning him from city bui…
Westby Named New Cheyenne Frontier Days Chairman
41 year old Darin Westby was named the new General Chairman of Cheyenne Frontier Days Tuesday morning.
Cheyenne Police, Comea Shelter Launch Homeless Program
The Cheyenne Police Department and the Comea Shelter have announced a new program known as operation HEAT (Homeless Empowerment Action Team).
12 States Have Very High Obesity Rates [AUDIO]
A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows 12 states now have very high obesity rates. Amy Richards reports. Wyoming’s unemployment covered payroll increased by $78.2 Million in the fourth quarter of 2011, according to David Bullard, Senior Economist with the Research and…
Hill Applauds Third Grade Math Scores
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill says she is very pleased with the latest Wyoming third grade math scores on the PAWS–or Proficiency Assessment of Wyoming Students–test.
Jurors Needed for Mock Trials at U.W. [AUDIO]
The driver of an SUV involved in a crash with a covered wagon that injured three people and killed two horses has been charged. Kevin Koile has a report. Volunteers are needed to serve as jurors for mock trials which get underway Friday at the University of Wyoming College of Law. Amy Richards has a…
Runners, Walkers Turn Out to Battle Breast Cancer
The 17th Annual Wyoming Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure drew somewhere around 2200 walkers and runners to downtown Cheyenne Saturday morning, according to Race Director Rick Bishop.
Consultation Workplace Safety Inspections Available
An official with the state Department of Worker’s Compensation says employers in Wyoming can now have voluntary inspections done to identify possible workplace safety hazards as well as possible solutions.
Kaysen Says UDC Reflects Public Input
Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says that while it is true the city’s new Unified Development Code does increase costs for some local businesses, many of the changes from the old city code reflect what members of the public told the city they would like to see in terms of development in Cheyenne.