• Legislature wanting to fix something that’s not broken

    House Bill 201, introduced by Rep. David Burkhart, Jr. (R) of Carbon County, would change the current state statute which dictates that municipalities and county governments must select a paper of record and publish the minutes to all regular and special meetings or the governing body. If the bill passes, it would become optional for the governing bodies to name an official paper of record, and the bodies would have the choice to post the minutes on their own websites or physically in their respective clerks’ office.

  • World Tap Champion to Perform for Dance Wyoming this Weekend

    A special performance will be presented by current world tap champion, Kyle Van Newkirk.

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Rookie movie maker inspired by Spiderman

Local student filming his own Spiderman movie

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Gillette schools study social media monitoring

More than 400 school districts in the nation are monitoring social media messages for possible threats from students, residents and parents through a service called Social Sentinels.

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Cheyenne residents question sale of hemp products

Natural Wellness CBD has drawn attention with bright flags advertising its hemp-based products, including tinctures, creams and vape cartridges, for sale in Cheyenne.

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Hometown runner qualifies for Nationals

Local runner qualifies for collegiate nationals.

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Drivers Of Collision Avoid Major Injuries Due To Seat Belt Use

The WHP would like to remind motorists using a seat belt is the easiest step you can take to ensure a better chance of surviving a serious motor vehicle collision

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Lip Sync Contest held over the weekend

The WHS Drama Club held a fundraiser to help them get to State Drama in Nebraska