Our Cheyenne news staff. Amy Richards is news director, with reporting from Doug Randall, Kari Eakins, Karen Snyder, Daniel Sandoval, Sharon Fain and Ahren Broad.
Cheyenne News Staff
BTNF Opens Several Areas Along Greys River Road for Day Use [AUDIO]
A special house committee to investigate Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill's management of the Wyoming Department of Education over the last two years will hold its first meeting in Cheyenne on August 7th. The Bridger-Teton National Forest has reopened Lynx Creek along the Greys R…
Wyoming Supreme Court Will Decide on Grizzly Bear Records [AUDIO]
The Wyoming Supreme Court must decide on whether Governor Matt Mead was justified in withholding documents pertaining to grizzly bear management. Doug Randall reports. The University of Wyoming is losing faculty members at an accelerating rate and is falling behind average pay levels at other public…
Gas Prices Still Climbing [AUDIO]
If you expected the USDA's cattle on fed report to show lower numbers across the board you were right, according to Livestock Analyst Shayle Shagum. Gas prices continue to climb both in Wyoming and nationally. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
Second Cheyenne Frontier Days 2013 Parade Tuesday
The 2nd of two Cheyenne Frontier Days Grand Parades steps off Tuesday morning.
Forest Service Agrees To Sale [Audio]
Five Wyoming companies have completed a customized export training program.to help expand their global markets. Amy Richards reports. The U.S. Forest Service has agreed to sell 10 acres at the Bridger-Teton National Forest Headquarters to the town of Jackson. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Rad…
Committee Appointed For Hill Investigation [Audio]
House Speaker Tom Lubnau has appointed the house Rules and Resources Committee to investigate Superintendent Cindy Hill's management of the state Education Department. Amy Richards has details. World mil production is up for 2013. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
CAEDA, UW Sign Incubator Agreement [Audio]
The Casper Area Economic Development Alliance and the University of Wyoming have singed an agreement for UW to operate Casper's new business incubator. Amy Richards reports. A new report from Transportation for America finds that over 11 percent of highway bridges in the U.S. are classifi…
Behind The Chutes Tour at Cheyenne Frontier Days 2013
If you ever wanted to get a first-hand look at what goes on during the rodeo from behind the scenes at Cheyenne Frontier Days, than you can take a free Behind the Chutes Tour. The tours follow the path of the bulls and broncs as the animals are rounded up and threaded through the gates on their…
Senate Declares July 27th As National Day of the Cowboy
U.S. Senator Craig Thomas started the tradition of naming the fourth Saturday in July “National Day of the American Cowboy” in 2005.
Legislative Committee Endorsed Two Bills to Help Those Wrongfully Convicted [AUDIO]
A Wyoming legislative committee has endorsed two bills that could help state convicts who say they are innocent of the crimes that sent them to prison. Doug Randall has th details. Wyoming Game and Fish officials arrested four people for boating under the influence at Alcova Reservoir over the July …