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Laramie woman arrested on drug, child endangerment charges at campground

A 28-year-old Laramie woman is facing a felony drug and child endangering charges after the Carbon County Sheriff’s office was called to investigate an incident at a campground in the Miracle Mile on May 21. According to a release Monday from Sheriff Roybal’s office, Sergeant John Moore and Deputy...
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Halligan Fire spreads to 125 acres, 0% containment northwest of Fort Collins; no threats reported

LARIMER COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) — The Halligan Fire was sparked by lighting strikes Monday evening in the area of the Halligan Reservoir outside of Livermore and northwest of Fort Collins. As of Tuesday just before noon, the fire was at about 125 acres and remained at 0% containment. There were no threats to people or structures. (credit: Livermore Fire) On Tuesday, Larimer County Sheriff’s Office tweeted it had taken command and increased air and ground resources responding to the fire. #HalliganFire2022 update: MMA mapping shows the fire is 125 acres. Ground resources and two helicopters are engaged. @FireLivermore @LarimerOEM — Larimer Sheriff (@LarimerSheriff)...
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Legerski to join UW athletic fund raising efforts

June 28, 2022 — University of Wyoming Director of Athletics Tom Burman has announced that former Cowgirl basketball coach and Sweetwater County native Joe Legerski is joining the fundraising efforts for UW Athletics’ “Difference Makers Campaign.” The campaign’s goal is to raise more than $20 million in private gifts to help fund the renovation of War Memorial Stadium’s West Side and to renovate and construct a new Corbett Pool.

'We will not go back': Laramie protests 'Roe' decision, trigger bill

LARAMIE – As the potential for an abortion ban looms over Wyoming, local abortion-rights advocates have made it clear they won’t accept it quietly. “We all love someone who has had an abortion or could need one. I think its bulls--t they’re taking it away,” said Brie Squires. She was one of about 200 protestors who filled the sidewalk along the north side of Grand Avenue outside the Albany County...

Republican Laramie County Sheriff Candidates hold public discussion

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - Cheyenne citizens filled the Good Egg Restaurant Tuesday Morning to have breakfast and listen to discussions with all three Republican Sheriff Candidates in the upcoming primary election. Former Cheyenne Police Chief Brian Kozak prioritized the need for a culture change within the sheriff’s department....

Cheyenne Police Department Announces Job Openings

Do you want to be a part of something incredibly exciting and rewarding?. We are actively hiring multiple full-time positions within the police department. If you are interested in applying or receiving more information, please email, call (307) 633-8080, or visit the links below:

Cheyenne is getting another McDonald's!

"Now Hiring" sign as seen in a recent live stream -Optopolis, within Chapter 3:06:15. If you've been on the south side of town recently, you may have noticed a sign indicating that McDonald's is building a new location... Perhaps, you may even have seen the "now hiring" banner at the site of the soon-to-be McDonald's. Here's some McD history as well as what's known so far!

TRAFFIC ALERT: Laramie Roadwork to Cause I-80 Delays

Construction season is in full force in Laramie and Albany County. The Wyoming Department of Transportation has announced the arrival of seasonal paving operations in Albany County. So naturally, the construction will result in travel delays around the Gem City and the surrounding areas. Seasonal Paving Operations Begin in Laramie.

Chamber Forum Hosts Three Sheriff Candidates

Three of the candidates for Laramie County Sheriff participated in a Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce forum this morning. The event was advertised as a focus group style of discussion. Only the three Republican candidates for Sheriff participated. Brian Kozak, Boyde Wrede, and Don Hollingshead answered questions and outlined their...

Cheyenne Regional Medical Center to reopen the main doors of the hospital

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Cheyenne Regional Medical Center has announced that beginning at 6 a.m. on July 5, the hospital’s front entrances will be reopened. Along with this, the hospital’s valet service will be moving from the south parking garage to the main drive-through, which is located at the intersection of 23rd Street and House Avenue.

Natrona County Sheriff’s Office Assists in Child Abuse and Drug Possession Case

The Natrona County Sheriff's Office recently assisted other agencies in a child abuse case involving a 28-year-old Laramie woman. That's according to a press release from the Carbon County Sheriff's Office, who wrote that on May 21, 2022 at approximately 4:00 p.m., the CCSO received a report from the Natrona County Sheriff's Office about a child abuse incident that occurred in the Miracle Mile area, north of Seminoe Dam.

Nonprofits rally to support community at time of greater need

Wyoming Tribune Eagle CHEYENNE – Area nonprofits are seeing increased need for their services as local communities feel the impact of inflation. Many nonprofit employees in Laramie and Albany counties said they are serving more people than they ever have before, and the number keeps growing. They have also felt the impact of supply chain issues on top of inflation, and some worry they might not be able to keep...

Gordon to ratify Wyoming abortion ban

The Supreme Court’s overturning of the landmark opinion on Roe v. Wade set off protests throughout Wyoming where abortion could become illegal in as little as 30 days. A sizable gathering on town square was noted Friday afternoon as commuters honked in approval of the grassroots effort. At least...

Fallen Wyoming Marine to pass through Cheyenne

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — The body of a Wyoming Marine killed earlier this month is scheduled to pass through Cheyenne this afternoon on the way to Buffalo, where he will be buried. Cpl. Seth Rasmuson, who graduated from Buffalo High School in 2019, was among the five Marines killed on June 8 after an Osprey aircraft crashed in southern California. Rasmuson’s family confirmed his death with the Buffalo Bulletin in the days after the crash.