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 By Zach Spadt    News    July 12, 2018 

Wyoming Air Guard sends crew to help fight Colorado wildfires

CHEYENNE - Airmen with the Wyoming Air National Guard's 153rd Airlift Wing were hard at work preparing for a deployment last week. They weren't going to a combat zone, nor were they training for it....

 
 News    July 12, 2018 

Cheyenne man seeking to unseat U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney in August Republican primary

A Cheyenne man is looking to unseat Wyoming’s sole U.S. Representative. Rod Miller, a Rawlins Native, says he’s confident he can defeat Republican U.S. Representative Liz Cheney in the August 21 primary. He says Cheney is seldom in Wyoming and...

 
 By Zach Spadt    News    July 12, 2018 

Donald and Vernida Anderson named Albin Day grand marshals

Donald Anderson has called the Albin area home since 1929. Saturday, along with his wife, Vernida, he will take part in the annual Albin Day parade as grand marshal. “He has deep roots here,” Vernida said. “I guess that’s why they asked us...

 
 News    July 12, 2018 

Allens celebrate 50 years

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Allen west of Albin celebrated their 50th anniversary recently with a family trip hosted by their three children and their families. They stayed at a cabin in Idaho Park, ID and...

 
 News    July 12, 2018 

Sample Ballots now available

Laramie County voters can now look up their Primary Election sample ballot on the County Clerk’s website, as well information about their election districts. To access the sample ballot, a voter will enter his Laramie County residential address...

 
 News    July 12, 2018 

Honors Students Spotlight

University of Wyoming President’s Honor Roll: Laramie County: Burns Mallory J. Ickes Laraine E. Kopetzky Holbie Lynn Oakley Eylisch Bradlie Porter Kaylee M. Taylor Pine Bluffs Jaclyn D. Davison Taylen Fornstrom Caleb E. Pachel Garcia Receives...

 
 By Penny Merryfield    News    July 12, 2018 

Farmers Markets still going strong

Growing our own food, raising our own meat animals and poulty has been around for hundreds of years. The general population relies on the farmers and ranchers to supply the food we eat. With this...

 
 News    July 12, 2018 

Governor Mead proclaims July as Month of the Army Warrant Officer

CHEYENNE, Wyo. - Governor Matt Mead named July, 2018 "The Month of the Army Warrant Officer in Wyoming," to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the U.S. Army Warrant Officer Corps. In attendance, at...

 
 By Penny Merryfield    News    July 12, 2018 

Honoring our Veterans

Honoring our military veterans is done in many ways, and shown in many different forms. Flags, ribbons, patches and stickers display a form of thank you, pride in and a legion to our veterans. This...

 

Fun in the park, fireworks and more on 4th of July

Activities for the 4th of July - Independence Day Celebration was found happening in Pine Bluffs, Cheyenne and Kimball. An array of fireworks could be seen in the distant skies. At the Pine Bluffs...

 

AWARD RECIPIENTS LOBBY CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION FOR 28TH AMENDMENT

LARAMIE, WY, June 27 – Volunteers for the cross-partisan group, Wyoming Promise were recognized nationally over the weekend for their citizen leadership and for their efforts to get a citizen...

 

Wyoming Public Radio wins two national PRNDI awards

Wyoming Public Radio has won two national first-place awards from Public Radio News Directors Incorporated (PRNDI). Reporter Melodie Edwards won first place for Best Use of Sound in Division B which...

 

Public meetings to discuss veterans' skilled nursing

CHEYENNE, Wyo. - A representative from MOA Architecture, in coordination with the director of the Wyoming Veterans Commission and members from the Wyoming Department of Health and State Construction Department will hold public meetings in the...

 

Farmers can reduce extreme weather impacts, say extension educators

Farmers can’t change the weather, but two management practices can help buffer the effects of heavy rains, drought and other weather extremes, according to new guides from a team of extension educators at University of Wyoming, University of...

 

Enzi: Farm bill is a victory for Wyoming farmers, ranchers and rural communities

Washington, D.C. – The Senate passed the Agriculture and Nutrition Act of 2018 today, most commonly known as the farm bill, which U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., said would help Wyoming’s farmers, ranchers and rural communities. According to Enzi...

 

USDA Reports Highlights Benefits of Tax Cuts and Jobs Act for Farmers

(Washington, D.C., June 28, 2018) – U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue today highlighted a new report showing the positive impacts of President Trump’s Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) on American farms. Six months after the President signed...

 
 By Penny Merryfield    News    July 5, 2018

Nina Radcliffe A Veteran's Story

Born into a military family, Nina Radcliffe was bound to be in the military. She was born in 1980 at Francis E. Warren Air Force Base, Cheyenne, Wyoming. Although she was born to Chuck Radcliffe, reti...

 
 By Zach Spadt    News    June 28, 2018

GOP pie social draws big crowd

Republican candidates for federal, statewide and local offices had a chance to meet Laramie County residents and give their reasons to be elected to office last week during the Lawrence Anderson...

 

Former Denver cop, ranch hand, joins Pine Bluffs Police Dept.

Cody Quick has had an interesting life so far. After serving as a machine gunner in the United States Marine Corps, he found himself in downtown Denver working as a police officer. Then he found himself working as a ranch hand in Chugwater before hea...

 

Golden Prairie Church, northeast of Burns to celebrate their 100th anniversary

Golden Prairie Church is celebrating its 100th Anniversary Sunday, July 8th. A program of worship and memory sharing is scheduled from 10:00 a.m. till twelve noon. Former Pastor Jim Brown, who led...

 

Wyoming awarded USDA Grant to expand farm to school programs

CHEYENNE - The Wyoming Department of Education has been awarded a Farm to School Grant by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Food and Nutrition Service to expand and evaluate Farm to School Programs in Wyoming. “Farm to School programs...

 

North Platte NRD receives $150,000 for PRECIP Partnership from NET

The North Platte Natural Resources District (NPNRD) would like to announce a $150,000 grant from the Environmental Trust for the Panhandle Region Evaluation & Conservation Irrigation Partnership (PRECIP) project. The partnership is between the...

 

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