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Out-of-state Democrat announces U.S. House bid in Wyoming

CHEYENNE – Carol Hafner has only read about Wyoming. The only Democratic candidate so far to announce her intent to run for Wyoming's sole seat in the U.S House of Representatives plans to officiall... Full story


School accountability report reveals statewide improvement

CHEYENNE – A statewide school performance report released Monday revealed notable improvements among Wyoming schools, although little has changed in Laramie County. The Wyoming Department of Education’s 2018-19 school accountability report found... Full story


Experts say McCormick report should be made public

CHEYENNE — Experts in Wyoming public records law say Laramie County School District 1 officials have no legal basis for denying public access to McCormick Junior High's report on bullying. The district announced it had wrapped up its investigation... Full story

 By Chrissy Suttles    News    May 2, 2019

Investigation finds bullying, policy violations at McCormick Junior High

CHEYENNE – McCormick Junior High administrators didn’t always follow district policy when addressing bullying and harassment at the school, according to a statement sent out Friday afternoon by Laramie County School District 1. The statement... Full story


Principal out at Cheyenne school troubled by bullying

CHEYENNE – Laramie County School District 1 officials announced Friday that McCormick Junior High Principal Jeff Conine was no longer in charge of the school. The decision comes exactly one month after homophobic and racist flyers were found at... Full story

 By Chrissy Suttles    News    April 4, 2019

New initiative aims to use clean wastewater in dry states

CHEYENNE — Statewide leaders in agriculture recently launched an initiative to clean oilfield wastewater for use in arid Western states, hoping to reduce the region's carbon footprint and improve the lives of ranchers and farmers. "Just Add Water"...

 By Chrissy Suttles    News    March 28, 2019

Cheyenne United Methodists combat LGBTQ decision

CHEYENNE – Bishop Karen Oliveto was first drawn to ministry as a child, eagerly sitting on the damp floor of her church’s musty basement during Sunday school. She found the biblical stories, hymns and lessons enchanting, and others took notice.... Full story


Family planning clinics continue despite cuts, Planned Parenthood closure

CHEYENNE - Family planning agencies want to remind Wyoming residents that low-cost reproductive health services are still available in the state - despite talk of federal funding cuts.  After the Trump administration announced proposed changes to...


Proposed tip rule change may affect Wyoming servers

CHEYENNE – As a single father of an eighth-grader, Mark Miller relies on the generosity of his parents and neighbors to help out during long work weeks. Miller, who has had full custody of his son, Cody, since he was 19, is a server at a local...


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