Creighton University Economist Ernie Goss says his March survey of supply managers in Wyoming is forecasting continuing growth for the state economy.
Goss says his survey shows healthy growth among firms dealing in non-durable goods such as chemicals and food products was more than enough to offset slowdowns among durable goods companies and energy-related firms
Laramie County Assessor Brenda Arnold says preliminary figures show overall property valuations assessed by her office are up by about 3 percent this year, although she says that tabulation is not final.
Cheyenne Police Chief Brian Kozak is urging the Cheyenne City Council to reconsider it's recent decision not to purchase the former Dinneen's Car Dealership.
The Chief says a construction engineer has told him the appraiser hired by the city didn't attach enough value to the building on the property, leading to an artificially low estimate of the true value
Laramie County Sheriff Danny Glick says his agency is starting to see more people abusing methamphetamine again.
Glick says for a time his agency was seeing fewer meth cases, particularly after state officials cracked down on people's ability to obtain some of the chemicals used to make meth and law enforcement made headway against the mobile labs manufacturing the drug
Cheyenne Police Chief Brian Kozak says local police arrested 7 people on Monday in connection with a regional methamphetamine investigation in southeast Wyoming and Colorado.
Kozak says both the federal Drug Enforcement Administration as well as the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation and a number of local law enforcement agencies across the two states cooperated in the investigation
Laramie County School District#1 Superintendent Mark Stock says a new statewide task force studying school safety will focus on three different areas.
Stock, who is a member of the task force, says the first area will be building safety itself, including such things as cameras, door buzzers and general monitoring of who is coming and going from school buildings. He notes local schools added a n
The Administrator of the Wyoming Attorney General's Consumer Affairs Division says her phone has "been ringing off the hook" the last couple of days with reports of a telephone scam in the Cheyenne area
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