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The University of Nebraska Extension and USDA Farm Service Agency will host a series of farm bill educational meetings over the next two months to... [Read More]
The community took tours of the first responder vehicles, enjoyed cinnamon rolls with hot cocoa and received free movie tickets. [Read More]
Commissioners approved the contract with Anderson and Shaw for the new building of the Kimball County Transit Service Tuesday night. [Read More]
Professional Bull Riders returns to Cheyenne Frontier Days in July 2020 at CFD in Cheyenne, Wyoming. PBR. [Read More]
Faith Meredith's right foot was golden for Laramie County Community College Tuesday morning. [Read More]
The rain was falling in sheets. The wind was howling. And although the temperature was 40 degrees, I could see my breath. My raincoat was... [Read More]
They show up when it rains and when it snows. They proudly brave the heat and the bitter cold. They feel how hard the Wyoming... [Read More]
The bell at St. Mark's Episcopal Church is particularly well-traveled for an 800-some pound instrument. [Read More]
At various points throughout the 2019 season, the University of Wyoming men's basketball team had found itself on the wrong end of scoring runs that... [Read More]
The Bureau of Land Management is currently accepting applications for seasonal fire jobs for the summer of 2020. [Read More]
Recently arrested by the Cheyenne Police Department:... [Read More]
A local man accused of endangering his infant child by having them around meth was found guilty Monday by a jury in Laramie County District... [Read More]
The first half was littered with missed opportunities for the Laramie County Community College men's soccer team. [Read More]
A presentation called "A Conservative Solution to Climate Risk," hosted by the Citizens Climate Lobby Conservative Caucus, will take place from 2-4 p.m. Saturday, Nov.... [Read More]
More than six months ago, racist and homophobic flyers were spread around McCormick Junior High that rattled the school and the wider community. Now, some... [Read More]
Brian Derrick Larson, 64, passed away Oct. 17 at Poudre Valley Hospital in Fort Collins, Colo. [Read More]
A Wyoming legislative committee has decided against legislation to change the state's net-metering law. [Read More]
Gering's Taylor Philbrick signs to become a student athlete at the University of Nebraska Kearney to play soccer. [Read More]
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Lawmakers narrowly rejected a pair of bills that would have overhauled the state's net metering system - and critics argued would have effectively killed the... [Read More]
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