Carr, CO

Candidate Rex Rammell’s plan for Wyoming includes seizure of 30 million acres of federally managed land

Rex Rammell is no stranger to running for statewide elected office. Wikipedia describes the 61-year-old veterinarian as a “perennial candidate for public office in Idaho and Wyoming.” Rammell ran for Wyoming’s congressional seat in 2016, coming in seventh behind Liz Cheney. He ran for governor as a Constitutional Candidate in 2018. He’s running this year as a Republican.
Picture for Candidate Rex Rammell’s plan for Wyoming includes seizure of 30 million acres of federally managed land

Cheyenne Police Ask for Help Identifying Woman

Cheyenne police say the woman has been identified. Cheyenne police are asking for the public's help in identifying the woman pictured above. The department said in a Facebook post early Wednesday morning that they're trying to identify her "in reference to a welfare check." Anyone who recognizes the woman or...

PetDine Earns Excellent Safe Quality Food Rating

(PRESS RELEASE) FORT COLLINS, CO — The Safe Quality Food Institute (SQFI) has awarded PetDine’s recently expanded Harvard, IL, pet food manufacturing facility a 97 out of 100 Excellent Safe Quality Food (SQF) audit rating. The 210,000 square foot facility’s Excellent SQF food safety certification achievement demonstrates PetDine’s commitment to producing the safest, highest quality pet supplements, treats and food for clients to bring to market.

Babbitt/Baxter Home getting Cheyenne Historic Preservation Board

CHEYENNE – A local home dating to 1882 is getting a historic preservation honor from this city. The Cheyenne Historic Preservation Board said Tuesday that it will give the annual LeClerq Jones Award to the owners of the Babbitt/Baxter Home. This will "recognize their efforts to preserve this historic Cheyenne structure." Cathie Tabor-Douglas from TownSquare Title of Wyoming will get the award, said Lonnie Olson, who works for the city's...

Planning Commission votes against condemning Hynds Building

CHEYENNE – Cheyenne’s Planning Commission voted Monday night to move the urban renewal plan forward – without recommending condemnation of the Hynds Building and the adjacent “hole,” which was left after the previous location for Mary’s Bake Shoppe burned down in 2004. Although City Council members can consider other action at their meeting next Monday, commissioners listened to the argument made by Hynds Building Realtor Jim Weaver and voted in agreement. This aligns with the vote by Urban Renewal Authority board members last week, when...

Cheyenne Hospital Verified As Level III Trauma Center

Cheyenne Regional Medical Center has been verified as a Level III Trauma Center by the American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma, according to a CRMC news release. According to the release "Level III Trauma Center verification means that a team of trauma experts has completed a site review of the hospital and reviewed over 300 measures focusing on trauma-related resources, patient care, performance improvement, commitment and team readiness. The surveyors reviewing CRMC’s trauma program found no deficiencies."

Wellington Fire Protection District names new fire chief

Michael Patterson has been selected as the Wellington Fire Protection District's new fire chief, according to a news release from the department.  Patterson has spent more than 30 years working in public safety, with the previous two and a half years as the executive chief and training academy manager for the Front Range Fire...

2022 Neighborhood Night Out Scheduled

Neighborhood Night Out Scheduled for July 14 - Block Captain Meeting Coming up Soon. Thursday, July 14 the Cheyenne Police Department is hosting the 13th Annual Neighborhood Night Out; a community-building event designed to bring neighbors, businesses, and police together in partnership against crime in Cheyenne. The CPD will kick...
KPVI Newschannel 6

Novel energy technologies at center of 'all-of-the-above' Wyoming energy strategy

Wyoming is pinning its hopes for the future on a new era of energy technologies — but is not giving up on the industries that sustain it today. It’s been nearly two years since the Wyoming Energy Authority formed, and close to a year since it unveiled an “all-of-the-above” strategy that has proven popular among leaders across the state.

Huskers make cut for Colorado offensive tackle

Nebraska made the cut for one of Colorado’s top prospects in 2023 on Tuesday, as Rocky Mountain (Colo.) offensive tackle Ethan Thomason named his final eight schools. Thomason released a list of Vanderbilt, Utah, Nebraska, Colorado, Iowa State, BYU, Oklahoma State and Stanford. The 6-foot-8, 315-pound Thomason visited Nebraska...