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Keep Burning Fossil Fuels, Says Wyoming Climate Change Skeptic

***For All Things Wyoming, Sign-Up For Our Daily Newsletter***. Cheyenne author, geologist, engineer, computer scientist, educator, and self-described environmentalist Tony Heller said he’s studied climate change eight hours a day for 15 years. “It’s a complicated topic,” Heller said. Outlier With Credentials. His works can be seen...
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Laramie County Circuit Court Arraignments (12/9/22)

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Provided below are the defendants and charges from appearances in Laramie County Circuit Court. All persons cited are presumed innocent until convicted or pleading guilty. Official charges are subject to change by the Laramie County District Attorney’s Office. Initial Appearances:. Jason Edward Degen, 45 –...

Laramie County Divorce Filings (12/2/22–12/6/22)

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Here is a list of those who have filed for divorce from Nov. 7 through Nov. 16. All filings are reported to Cap City News by the Laramie County District Court. The log is not a comprehensive document and may not represent all of the divorces...

Local historian to speak on women’s suffrage

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — A local historian will speak at the Laramie County Library on Saturday to commemorate the anniversary of women’s suffrage in Wyoming. Kylie McCormick, a historian from Casper, will discuss how the state made history in 1869 as the first U.S. territory to give women the right to vote, 51 years before the nation passed the 19th amendment.

Cheyenne Rotary to distribute bikes to children with special needs

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — On Dec. 10, the Rotary Club of Cheyenne will give out 36 adaptive tricycles to students with special needs in Laramie County School District 1. The bikes are adaptive tricycles which allow children with various disabilities to ride them. The giveaway will take place at Cheyenne Fire Station, 7222 Commerce Circle. Students and parents can pick up tricycles from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Wyoming non-profit gets national award

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Release) - My Front Door, a non-profit devoted to helping low-income Wyoming families become self-sufficient home owners, recently won the national 2022 Becker Social Justice Award. The award, sponsored by the Kentucky-based JustFaith Ministries, recognizes the faith-based efforts of organizations in making real social change in their community....

Could commuter transit be in Wyoming and Colorado’s future?

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - According to officials at the Wyoming Department of Transportation, there are about 30,000 vehicles that travel between Wyoming and the front range every day. So the Departments of Transportation for Wyoming and Colorado are looking for a way to make that commute easier. ”We...

Laramie County Library System seeks community input

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — The Laramie County Library System is inviting community members to participate in a variety of online surveys to help the organization better meet the needs of Laramie County and successfully reach its strategic goals for fiscal years 2022 and 2023. The organization is seeking community input...

Wyoming-Based Visionary Broadband Announces $100 Million Expansion

***For All Things Wyoming, Sign-Up For Our Daily Newsletter***. The little town of Lusk in the eastern part of Wyoming is among communities that have made the short list for the latest expansion of fiber optic internet in the West. To that end, Gillette-based Visionary Broadband has announced a $100...

Do-Gooder Award: Carl Munoz

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - Each week Blue Federal Credit Union and Wyoming News Now are teaming up to salute our community helpers with our Do-Dooder award. This week’s recipient is Carl Munoz. Carl is our second trash collector to be nominated for a Do-Gooder award in three...

City Council announces president and vice president nominations

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — At Tuesday night’s Annual Straw Poll Dinner, Councilmembers Richard Johnson and Ken Esquibel were nominated as president and vice president, respectively, for the Cheyenne City Council. Both Johnson and Esquibel are Ward III councilmembers. The selections that were made will go into effect in 2023.
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Wyoming Aeronautics Commission to meet with WYDOT staff later this month

The Wyoming Department of Transportation has announced the Wyoming Aeronautics Commission will meet Dec. 13-14, 2022, at the Wyoming Department of Transportation Headquarters, 5300 Bishop Boulevard, in Cheyenne. The business meeting and workshop will take place in the I-80 Room of the WYDOT-U Training Building. Commissioners will meet for a...